Loading

Results

  • diagram Close
Sort By:  1-5 of 5 (1 page)
Results per page:
         
...Al-Tusi's work is not a translation of Euclid's Elements, but a rewriting, based on older Arabic translations. This edition circulated in two forms, a larger and a smaller. The larger is said to survive in Florence only (Pal. 272 and 313...
...First edition of a fundamental work on optics, and Alhazen’s work. Known as the father of optics, Alhazen (Ibn al-Haytham) is considered the greatest Muslim physicist and one of the great scientists of the Middle Ages unmatched in his field...
...1. Ibn Buṭlān, Tacuini sanitatis (Takwīm al-ṣiḥḥa). This, Ibn Buṭlān's (d. c.1068) major work, treats in six parts of the 'Maintenance of Hygiene'; it is highly original both in content and organization. The use of tables is borrowed from...
...The complete eleven-volume Latin edition of Aristotle and Averroës published by the Giunti press of Venice in 1550/2, edited by Gerolamo Bagolino (1470/80–1535) and, after his death, his son Giovanni Battista Bagolino and Marco Oddi (d...