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...Iacob Mantino's Latin translation of a treatise by Averroes, commonly referred to in Latin sources as "Epitome of Aristotle's Metaphysics" (however the majority of the Arabic manuscripts do not display any title). Mantino, "medico hebreo...
...Dated May 10, 1503. Very rare first edition of this commentary upon Averroes’ reception of Aristotle’s metaphysical work....
...Very rare edition ( the first, virtually unobtainable, had appeared in Venice, 1497). The treatise is a commentary on the famed Tahāfut al-Tahāfut, in which Averroes (1126–1198) defends the use of Aristotelian philosophy within Islamic...
...First (and only) edition of this rare commentary on Aristotle’s De caelo, correlated with Averroës’ text on the same subject. A native of Sessa Aurunca, near Naples, Nifo (1473–1545?) was one of the most important commentators on Aristotle...
...This is the fourth edition, the first having appeared in Venice in 1490, and has the distinction of having been printed by the same press as produced the first book entirely printed in Arabic, the famous Fano Book of Hours...
...Second edition (first, 1490, p[er] Joannem de Forlivio [et] Gregorius fratres), the issue with the corrected register. The "al-Taysir" was edited by Hieronymus Surianus and magister Paravicinus Patavinus, together with Averroes...
...First edition, very rare, of the Italian philosopher Agostino Nifo's commentary on the twelfth-century Andalusian philosopher Averroes' all-comprehensive celestial physics. Averroes wrote commentaries on Aristotle's Physica and De caelo...
...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....