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Two 13th-century English medical manuscripts, bound together from an early date, each in the hands of two scribes
DescriptionThe manuscript contains (i) Serapion (ibn Sarābī), 'Liber aggeratus in medicinis simplicibus', translated by Simon of Genoa and Abraham Tortuosiensis (folio 1) and (ii) Alī ibn al-`Abbās al-Mağūsī, 'Pantegni', translated by Constantinus Africanus (folio 123). The text is sometimes attributed to Isaac (Isḥāq ibn Sulaiman al-Isrāeli) and was printed in his 'Opera'.
ShelfmarkAdv.MS.18.2.5
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