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Mesue cum expositione mondini super canones vniuersales, ac etiā cum expositiōe Christophori de honestis in antidotarium eiusdem. Additiones petri apponi. Additiones Francisci de pedemontiū. Antidotarium Nicolai cum expositio ne platearii. Tractatus quid pro quo. Tractatus de sinonimis. Libellus bulcasis siue seruitoris. Lōpendiū aromatariorū Saladini. Joannes de sancto amando super an tidotarium nicolai.

Mesue cum expositione mondini super canones vniuersales, ac etiā cum expositiōe Christophori de honestis in antidotarium eiusdem. Additiones petri apponi. Additiones Francisci de pedemontiū. Antidotarium Nicolai cum expositio ne platearii. Tractatus quid pro quo. Tractatus de sinonimis. Libellus bulcasis siue seruitoris. Lōpendiū aromatariorū Saladini. Joannes de sancto amando super an tidotarium nicolai.
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Early edition (Venice, 1497) of works of Mesuë the Younger (Pseudo-Mesuë), with commentaries, and other pharmacological texts. Mesuë the Younger was said to have been an author in Arabic who flourished in Baghdad and died in Cairo in 1015, but it has also been suggested that the works credited to him were composed later, in Latin, in Italy. 1. Mesuë, Canones (Canones universales and De simplicibus), an influential text on purgatives, with commentary by Mondino de Luzzi (c.1270–1326) 2. Mesuë, Grabadin (Antidotarium), a popular compendium of compound medicines, with commentary by Christophorus de Honestis (c.1320–92) 3. Pietro d'Abano (c.1250–1316), In librum Joannis Mesue additio 4. Franciscus de Pedemontium, Additiones 5. Antidotarium Nicolai, a twelfth-century? collection of recipes for compound medicines, with commentary by Matthaeus Platearius 6. Johannes de Sancto Amando, Expositio supra antidotarium Nicolai 7. Tractatus quid pro quo 8. Sinonima 9. Abulcasis, Liber servitoris: the pharmacological part of al-Zahrāwī's (936–1013) encyclopedic Kitab al-Tasrif 10. Saladino Ferro (fl. 1441–63), Compendium aromatariorum

  • Author(s):
    Mesuë the Younger, -857 or 858; Mondino de Luzzi; Christophorus de Honestis; Pietro d'Abano; Franciscus de Pedemontium; Matthaeus Platearius; Johannes de Sancto Amando; Abū al-Qāsim Khalaf ibn al-‘Abbās al-Zahrāwī; Saladino Ferro
    Mesuë the Younger, -857 or 858; Mondino de Luzzi; Christophorus de Honestis; Pietro d'Abano; Franciscus de Pedemontium; Matthaeus Platearius; Johannes de Sancto Amando; Abū al-Qāsim Khalaf ibn al-‘Abbās al-Zahrāwī; Saladino Ferro
  • Date:
    1497
  • Place:
    Venetijs
  • Keywords:
    Medicine, Venice, Medical practice, Preparation, Herbalism, Early Printed Books, Incunable, 9th century, 15th century
  • Language:
    Latin
  • Content type:
    Single-volume work