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...Very rare second edition of Concoregio's Practica noua medicine (the first was published in Pavia in 1485, under the title Opus de aegritudinibus), here with the first printing of De curis febrium. Born in Milan around 1380, Giovani de...
...Third edition of Abu 'l-Saqr al-Qabisi's tenth-century text al-Madkhal , ‘Introduction to the Art of Astrology’, translated to Latin in the twelfth century by Johannes Hispalensis, with the fourteenth century commentary by Johannes...
...This is the first printing of Haly Abenragel's De iudiciis astrorum (On the Judgements of the Stars), a comprehensive astrological summa. The Arab astrologer Abū al-Ḥasan ‘Alī ibn Abi al-Rijāl, active in Cordoba and Tunis, composed al-Bāri‘...
...One of the earliest printed editions of the famous Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum. Written in doggerel Latin verse, it was memorized by generations of doctors. Its sayings became popular maxims of hygiene some of which survive today...
...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...
...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...
...The ninth book of Rhazes' 'Liber ad Almansorem', which was popular as a therapeutic guide, circulated in independent copies or editions in addition to being found with the work of which it was a part. Excerpts from it first appeared...
..."The third of three incunable editions of Arcolani's commentary on the ninth book of Rhazes' Liber ad Almansorem (with the text). Arcolani was born in Verona c. 1390. He made rapid progress in medical studies and by 1412 was professor...
...Dated May 28, 1496. Second edition (first, Pavia, 1494) of ‘the official textbook of the apothecaries in some countries and cities’ (Johnston). Shortly after publication this work became a standard resource, and remained so for over...
...Dated 24th December, 1496. Second edition, of Dino's commentaries on Avicenna's work on epidemics and surgery, generally known as Dino's Chirurgis. Two of his original works are included, one on plasters and unguents, and for the first...