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...Fearured version of ARC_16402. An early and complete manuscript of the most important medieval treatment of practical surgery and the first illustrated treatise on surgical instruments. Albucasis (c. 936 - c. 1013) "was the greatest Muslim...
...First edition of Arthur J. Arberry's translation of al-Rāzī's al-Tibb al-rūḥānī (Spiritual Medicine). The physician and philosopher al-Rāzī, one of the greatest medical authorities of the Middle Ages, dedicated this book, like his...
...An early and complete manuscript of the most important medieval treatment of practical surgery and the first illustrated treatise on surgical instruments. Albucasis (c. 936 - c. 1013) "was the greatest Muslim surgeon; he exerted a very deep...
...Fragments from the Kitāb al-milāl wa al-duwal, manuscript, 10th century. North Africa. The famous astrologer Abū Ma`shar (d. 886) named his book Kitāb al-Milal wal-Duwal, 'The Book of Religious Communities and Dynasties'....
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...Fearured version of ARC_16402. An early and complete manuscript of the most important medieval treatment of practical surgery and the first illustrated treatise on surgical instruments. Albucasis (c. 936 - c. 1013) "was the greatest Muslim...
...Rhazes (860-932), a great clinician, ranks with Hippocrates, Aretaeus, and Sydenham as one of the original portrayers of disease. His description of smallpox and measles is the first authentic account in literature, a classic text...
...The very rare second edition. Rhazes's Continens was first printed at Brescia in 1486 known as the largest and heaviest of the medical incunabula. The sixteenth-century Venetian editions are no less impressive examples of book production...
...1. Logyca. 2. Sufficientia. 3. De caelo et mundo. 4. De intelligentiis. 5. De anima. 6. De animalibus. 7. Philosopia prima. These represent the first editions of the first 4 titles, the last 3 having appeared as individual incunable...