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...One of the rarest and most valuable pieces in the Arcadian Library’s History of Science and Medicine collection is an early fourteenth-century manuscript of the Liber de Cirurgia—the Latin translation...
...The only collected edition of the works of one of the most important scientists of the seventeenth century. Santorio Santorio (1561- 1636) was an Italian physician and professor of medical theory at the University of Padua. His writings...
...The text of a lecture arguing that the influence of the high standard of scientific learning in Arabic Spain was fundamental to the subsequent revival of interest in science in Europe as a whole...
...Avicenna exerted perhaps a more profound influence on both Eastern and Western medical thought than any other Islamic scholar. The Canon of Medicine was considered standard reading in European universities until well into the eighteenth...
...Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Al-Hasan ibn Ali ibn Sīnā (c. 980−1037), commonly known in the West as Avicenna, was a Bukharan polymath and is widely considered to be the most important and influential scientist of the Islamic Golden...
...Collection of four surgical treatises. 1. Guy de Chauliac, Chirurgia parva. First printed Latin edition of abbreviated standard surgical text by the fourteenth-century French surgeon. 2. Abulcasis (al-Zahrāwī), Chirurgia. First edition...
...English translation of "Bismillah!: Vom Huang-ho zum Indus" (Leipzig: F.U. Brockhaus, 1938). Wilhelm Filchner, scientist and explorer, at the age of 21 participated in his first expedition (1900), which led him to Russia. In 1903–05 made...