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...One of the very rare, early editions of the most extensive medical treatises of the middle ages, in the Latin translation by Gerard of Cremona (1180s). The Canon of Medicine remained a medical authority for centuries. It set the standards...
... in the later Middle Ages: al-Qānūn fi’l-ṭebb, a five-book medical encyclopedia translated as Canon medicinae and provided with a glossary by Gerard of Cremona (d. 1187) at Toledo in the second half of the twelfth century; al-Adwīa al-qalbīya,...
... of the Canon and the four short medical works prepared by Giovanni Costeo and Giovanni Mongio [...]. Costeo and Mongio printed the text in the Gerard of Cremona translation and supplied various readings from both Alpago and, where available,...