...Avenzohar [Abu Marwan 'Abd al-Malik, ibn Abi'l-'Ala ibn Zuhr] a Moorish physician of the Western Caliphate, served the rulers of Spain and Morocco. His Kitab al-Taysir, which concerned the treatment of particular diseases, was written...
...Second edition (first, 1490, p[er] Joannem de Forlivio [et] Gregorius fratres), the issue with the corrected register. The "al-Taysir" was edited by Hieronymus Surianus and magister Paravicinus Patavinus, together with Averroes...
...This is the fourth edition, the first having appeared in Venice in 1490, and has the distinction of having been printed by the same press as produced the first book entirely printed in Arabic, the famous Fano Book of Hours...
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