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...Venice, 1483 printing by Mauser & Contengo of Avicenna's Cantica, with Averroës' commentary. The great philosopher and physician ibn Sīnā's al-Orjūza fi’l-ṭebb, a medical manual in verse, was translated into Latin prose under the title...
... and Platearius of Salerno’s treatise on materia medica. Volume 2. Averroës, Colliget: The Practica is here bound with a copy of the rare 1542 Venice edition of Averroës’s medical encyclopedia Colliget (Jacob Bonacosa’s version, with notes by Zimara); its lack of gathering D (it clearly was never bound in) did not prevent an early annotator from studying the text....