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Avicennae principis, et philosophi sapientissimi libri in re medica omnes, qui bactenus ad nos peruenere, idest, libri canonis quinque, de viribus cordis, de remouendis nocumentis in regimine santitatis, de sirupo acetoso, et cantica, omnia nouissimè post aliorum omnium operam à Ioanne Paulo Mongio Hydruntino, & Ioanne Costæo Laudensi recognita, accessere autem in hac editione præter magnam in emendando contextu diligentiam, & lectionum ex vetustissimis codicibus animaduersam varietatem, præter arabicarum vocum interpretationem passim ex optimis authoribus adhibitam, annotationes eorundem Coasæi et Mognii in libros canonis, quibus consensus & dissensus principum tum philosophorum tum medicorum inter se, breuissimè quantum fieri potest, suo loco explicantur, adiecti etiam postremo loco sunt Indices quatuor, duo quidem veluti arabicæ linguæ promptuaria, antiquum vnum à Gerardo Cremonensi, vt videtur, alterum verò postea à Bellvnensi editum, duo autem præterea, quibus res omnes in his libris, & in contextu, & in annotationibus memorabiles, copiosè, multa side, atque ordine colliguntur, vt nihil tandem in postrema hac editione sit prætermissum, quod studiosis medicinæ prosuturum, sit animaduersum, cvm privilegiis [electronic resource] .

Author/Creator:
Avicenna, 980-1037 Author.
ابن سينا, ٩٨٠-١٠٣٧, Author.
Publication:
Ventetiis: Apud Vincentium Valgrisium, 1564.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (2 volumes)
Series:
Bloomsbury Arcadian Online Library: History of Science and Medicine
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Other Title:
Avicennae Operum in re medica tomus secundus
Indices rerum memorabilium in Avicennae De re medica libris
Subjects:
Medicine, Arab -- Early work to 1800.
Notes:
Volume 2 has special title page.
Index has title page: Indices rerum memorabilium in Auicennae De re medica libris ...
Adams A2323; Bird 1303; Durling 389 (incomplete); IA 110.68; Parkinson & Lumb 106; Wellcome I 579; see Horblit 7 and PMM 11 (1473 Strasbourg edition). (NUC NBV and apparently (because the entry ends before imprint) MiU MsU CU CtY-MHi PPULC PBa MnU PU PPC
Local notes:
Contemporary limp vellum, lettered in ink on the spine.
Contributor:
Costeo, Giovanni, 1528-1603, Editor.
Gherardo, da Cremona, 1113 or 1114-1187, Translator.
Alpago, Andrea, active 16th century, Translator.
Arnaldus, de Villanova, -1311, Translator.
Blaise, Armengaud, approximately 1264-1312?, Translator.
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