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...Geographical findings of an expedition in 1927–8 in central Asia. Volume 1, by Emil Trinkler, describes the research in western Central Asia and the Karakoram and Himalayas; Trinkler died in April 1931, the year before the book...
...Translation by Hermann of Carinthia of: Al-Mudkhal al-kabīr ilā ʻilm ahḳām al-nujūm. With woodcuts of planetary and zodiacal signs, and astrological diagrams...
...Second edition of Cronberg's letter to Pope Adrian VI. Hartmut von Cronberg, from a family of free imperial knights and a Lutheran, advised the Pope to divide the Papal States among the warring parties of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor...
...Rhazes, a Persian philosopher and physician, was one of the most important writers on medicine in the medieval Islamic world and ranks with Hippocrates and Galen as one of the founders of clinical medicine. A follower of Galen, whose works...
...An account of the audience given to Süleyman Müteferrika, the Turkish Ambassador, by Hugues de Lionne, the French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs from 1663 to 1671. The account is dated 23 June 1670...
...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...