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Clementii clementini amerini medicorvm nulli, quos Roma at[quam] adeòtota Italia habuit, secundi Lububrationes, in quibus nihil est quod no sit ex usu, quod[quam] non sittam probata side traditum quàm sapienti iudicio scriptum, siue theoricen siue praxim, quam uocant, spectemus, qua industria quo[quam] studio emendatæ sint, nostra hæc & quæ admodum pauca aliâs exemplaria extant, abunde testabuntur, praeterea adiecimvs, Richardum de signis febrium, Antonium de Gradis febres tractantem, Christopherum Barsisium de febrium congnitione & cura.

Clementii clementini amerini medicorvm nulli, quos Roma at[quam] adeòtota Italia habuit, secundi Lububrationes, in quibus nihil est quod no sit ex usu, quod[quam] non sittam probata side traditum quàm sapienti iudicio scriptum, siue theoricen siue praxim, quam uocant, spectemus, qua industria quo[quam] studio emendatæ sint, nostra hæc & quæ admodum pauca aliâs exemplaria extant, abunde testabuntur, praeterea adiecimvs, Richardum de signis febrium, Antonium de Gradis febres tractantem, Christopherum Barsisium de febrium congnitione & cura.
  • Shelfmark:
    15:05
  • DOI:
    10.24157/ARC_8115.01
  • Printer / Publisher:
    Excvdebat Henricvs Petrvs
  • Author(s):
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā Rāzī, 865?-925?; Galeatius, de Sancta Sofia, -1427; Marsilio Santa Sofia, -1405; Yaḥyá ibn ʻĪsá Ibn Jazlah, -1100; Clementius Clementinus; Richardus, Anglicus, -1252; Antonius de Gradius; Cristoforo Barzizza, approximately 1400-; Alban Thorer, 1489-1550
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā Rāzī, 865?-925?; Galeatius, de Sancta Sofia, -1427; Marsilio Santa Sofia, -1405; Yaḥyá ibn ʻĪsá Ibn Jazlah, -1100; Clementius Clementinus; Richardus, Anglicus, -1252; Antonius de Gradius; Cristoforo Barzizza, approximately 1400-; Alban Thorer, 1489-1550
  • Alternative Author(s):
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Rhazes, 865?-925?; Rasis, 865?-925?; Rhases, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Abubetrus Rhaza Maomethus, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Rāzī, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa Razi, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakariyā Ṣayrafī, 865?-925?; Ḥakīm Rāzī, 865?-925?; Mohammed Rhasis, 865?-925?; Mohammad Zachary Rhazes, 865?-925?; أبو بكر محمد بن زكريا الرازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكرياى رازى, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد بن زكريا رازى, 865?-925?; أبو بکر محمد بن زکريا رازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكريا رازي, 865?-925?
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Rhazes, 865?-925?; Rasis, 865?-925?; Rhases, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Abubetrus Rhaza Maomethus, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Rāzī, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa Razi, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakariyā Ṣayrafī, 865?-925?; Ḥakīm Rāzī, 865?-925?; Mohammed Rhasis, 865?-925?; Mohammad Zachary Rhazes, 865?-925?; أبو بكر محمد بن زكريا الرازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكرياى رازى, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد بن زكريا رازى, 865?-925?; أبو بکر محمد بن زکريا رازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكريا رازي, 865?-925?
  • Date:
    1535
  • Place:
    Basileae
  • Keywords:
    10th century, 13th century, 14th century, 15th century, Basel, Disease, Medical practice, Medicine, Medieval medicine
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1) First Edition, scarce, of this important commentary upon Rhazes' Liber ad Almansorum , by members of the Santa Sofia family, the dominant force in the medical circle of Padua throughout the fourteenth Century. 2) First Edition of this 11th-century text, not printed in the original Arabic until 1914, the first of any of Ibn Jazla's works to be printed. Following the introduction there are 44 synoptic tables on the pathology and therapeutics of numerous diseases, including leprosy, elephantiasis, ulcers, epilepsy, melancholy, infections of the eye, herpes, tooth-aches, tooth-decay, asthma, kidney and bladder stones. There is an extensive section on female diseases and obstetrical problems. The two works are fine reproductions of respectively Kobian's and Schott's presses. Bound first in this imposing folio volume are the works of Clemente Clementino (died 1512), physician to Pope Leo X. Also included are two short tracts by other writers, one by Antonio de Gradibus on fevers, which is an exposition of Avicenna's doctrine. Little seems to be known about Antonio de Grado, but this little tract was several times reprinted, the last time in Gruner's 1790 compendium of works on smallpox and other diseases by "Arabist" authors.

  • Shelfmark:
    15:05
  • DOI:
    10.24157/ARC_8115.01
  • Printer / Publisher:
    Excvdebat Henricvs Petrvs
  • Author(s):
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā Rāzī, 865?-925?; Galeatius, de Sancta Sofia, -1427; Marsilio Santa Sofia, -1405; Yaḥyá ibn ʻĪsá Ibn Jazlah, -1100; Clementius Clementinus; Richardus, Anglicus, -1252; Antonius de Gradius; Cristoforo Barzizza, approximately 1400-; Alban Thorer, 1489-1550
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā Rāzī, 865?-925?; Galeatius, de Sancta Sofia, -1427; Marsilio Santa Sofia, -1405; Yaḥyá ibn ʻĪsá Ibn Jazlah, -1100; Clementius Clementinus; Richardus, Anglicus, -1252; Antonius de Gradius; Cristoforo Barzizza, approximately 1400-; Alban Thorer, 1489-1550
  • Alternative Author(s):
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Rhazes, 865?-925?; Rasis, 865?-925?; Rhases, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Abubetrus Rhaza Maomethus, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Rāzī, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa Razi, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakariyā Ṣayrafī, 865?-925?; Ḥakīm Rāzī, 865?-925?; Mohammed Rhasis, 865?-925?; Mohammad Zachary Rhazes, 865?-925?; أبو بكر محمد بن زكريا الرازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكرياى رازى, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد بن زكريا رازى, 865?-925?; أبو بکر محمد بن زکريا رازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكريا رازي, 865?-925?
    Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Rhazes, 865?-925?; Rasis, 865?-925?; Rhases, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Abubetrus Rhaza Maomethus, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abū Bakr Rāzī, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyāʼ al-Rāzī, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Mukhammed ibn Zakariĭĭa Razi, 865?-925?; Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Roziĭ, 865?-925?; Abu Bakr Ar-Razi, 865?-925?; Muḥammad ibn Zakariyā Ṣayrafī, 865?-925?; Ḥakīm Rāzī, 865?-925?; Mohammed Rhasis, 865?-925?; Mohammad Zachary Rhazes, 865?-925?; أبو بكر محمد بن زكريا الرازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكرياى رازى, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد بن زكريا رازى, 865?-925?; أبو بکر محمد بن زکريا رازي, 865?-925?; ابو بكر محمد ابن زكريا رازي, 865?-925?
  • Date:
    1535
  • Place:
    Basileae
  • Keywords:
    10th century, 13th century, 14th century, 15th century, Basel, Disease, Medical practice, Medicine, Medieval medicine
  • Edition:
    First edition
  • LOC Subject Headings:
    Medicine
  • Bibliographic References:
    (1) Adams R 255 (under Rhazes; BMSTC German Books (1465-1600) p. 634; Castrillo 14; Durling I 5748; Wellcome I 5748: (2) Adams A 68; Durling 4774; BMSTC German Books (1465-1600) p. 931; IA 127.130; Wellcome I 1148.
  • Language:
    Latin
  • Contributor(s):
    Hans Baldung, -1545
  • Contributor(s):
    Hans Weidlitz
  • Contributor(s):
    Johann Waechtlin
  • Content type:
    Single-volume work
  • Identifier:
    ARC_8115.01
  • Volumes:
    1
  • Format:
    Folio - over 12"
  • Collation:
    [32], 283 pages ; [3], 125, [1] leaves ; lix, 89, [1] pages
  • Additional Information:
    Opus medicinae: title printed in red and black with woodcut border. Tacuini Aegritudinum: title within woodcut border by Hans Baldung Grien or Johan Wechtlin, and woodcut ornaments in the lower margins of the Tabulae particulares. Further reading: [1] Baharvand-Ahmadi, B., Bahmani, M. and Zargaran, A., 2016. A brief report of Rhazes manuscripts in the field of cardiology and cardiovascular diseases. International Journal of Cardiology, 207, pp. 190–191. [2] Bos, G. and McVaugh, M., 2015. Al-Rāzī, on the treatment of small children (De curis puerorum): the Latin and Hebrew translations. Leiden: Brill. [3] Zohalinezhad, M. E., and Zarshenas, M. M., 2015. Rhazes and an Early Case With Possible Hypertensive or Reversible Encephalopathy. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 24 (4), pp. 408-410. [4] Mahmoudi Nezhad, G. S. and Dalfardi, B., 2015. Rhazes (865-925AD), the icon of Persian cardiology. International Journal of Cardiology, 177 (3), pp. 744-747. [5] Goodrich, J. T.,  A Medieval Approach to Head Injuries from the Golden Era of Islamic Medicine from the Writings of Abn Bakr Muhammad Ibn Zakariya al-Razi. World Neurosurgery, 82 (6) pp. 1045–1047. [6] Dalfardi, B., Mahmoudi Nezhad, G. S. and Ghanizadeh, A., 2014. Rhazes' description of a case with aortic regurgitation. International Journal of Cardiology, 172 (1), pp. 147–148. [7] Compier, A. H., 2012. Rhazes in the Renaissance of Andreas Vesalius. Medical History, 56 (1), pp. 3-25. [8] Kahl, O., 2011. The Pharmacological Tables of Rhazes. Journal of Semitic Studies, 56 (2), 367-399. [9] Shoja, M. M. et al, 2009. Facial Palsy and Its Management in the Kitab al-Hawi of Rhazes. Neurosurgery, 64 (6), pp. 1188-90. [10] Mahmoudian, M. and Rahimi-Moghaddam, P., 2008. The life and work of Abu ul-Ala Shirazi (d. 1001): a Persian pioneer in the treatment of malaria, in the style of Rhazes (865-925). Journal of Medical Biography, 16 (4), pp. 186-187. [11] Souayah, N. and Greenstein, J. I., 2005. Insights into neurologic localization by Rhazes, a medieval Islamic physician. Neurology, 65 (1), pp. 125-128. [12] Gracia, J. J. E. and Noone, T. B. (eds), 2003. A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [13] Ligon, B. L., 2001. Biography: Rhazes: His Career and His Writings. Seminars in pediatric infectious diseases, 12 (3), p. 266. 
  • Opvs medicinae practicae salvberrimum, antehacnusquam impressum Galeatij de sancta Sophia in nonū tractatum libri Rhasis ad Regem Almansorem, de curatione morborum particularium, huic seculo accommodatissismum, libellvs introdvctorivs in artem paruam Galent de principijs uniuersalibus iotias medicinæ tam theoricæ quam practicæ, ex doctrina Auicennæ & allorum philosophorum congestus, omnibus ad Hippocraticam disciplinam an helanubus summe necessarius, Quæ omnia perrara, paucis[quam] uifa, & iam ferme obliterata, restituit, correxit, & publicauit Georgius Kraut, Artium & medicinæ doctor.