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...Pierre Bon was Governor of Marseille and, in this letter to Monsieur de Foucquevaulx, Governor of Narbonne, he discusses the problem of the Turkish corsairs plying off the French coast. Like Marseille, Narbonne was another Mediterranean...
...Three works on astronomy and cosmography by Guillaume Postel. Postel was a French professor, linguist, astronomer, diplomat, geographer, classicist, and scholar of religion. During his travels in the East, Syria, the Holy Land and across...
...The Book of Medicine by al-Rāzī (d. 925/313 H), known to Europeans as Rhazes or Rasis, is one of the works fundamental to the organization of medieval medicine. It comprises nine chapters. Translated into Latin by Gerard of Cremona (d. 1187...
...Volume 1) Flores - The first edition to contain this epitome of the Canon, edited by Michael de Capella (the first was separately issued in 1508), together with the Flores de animalibus (apparently not published before) and the Cantica...
...Rare first edition of most of the major works of Gerard de Solo, with the text of the ninth book of Rhazes' Liber and Almansorem....
...This scarce work is the earliest European monograph on the history of Arabic medicine. The first half of the eighteenth century saw the appearance of the first large-scale histories of medicine, the works of John Freind and Daniel Le Clerc....