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The Resource Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatio Symonis Ianuensis interprete Abraam iudeo tortuosiensi de arabico in latinu[m]

Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatio Symonis Ianuensis interprete Abraam iudeo tortuosiensi de arabico in latinu[m]

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Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatio Symonis Ianuensis interprete Abraam iudeo tortuosiensi de arabico in latinu[m]
Title
Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatio Symonis Ianuensis interprete Abraam iudeo tortuosiensi de arabico in latinu[m]
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • ara
  • lat
Member of
Cataloging source
PPC
Citation location within source
  • V, p. 255 (IB. 20649)
  • S-227 (I)
  • S-300
  • S-468
  • 911.1 (I)
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • BN cat. des incun.
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
  • Klebs
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De virtute centaureae
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Ibn Serapion
Index
no index present
Language note
Translated from the Arabic into Latin by Simon Genuensis, with the assistance of Abraham ben Shem-Tob. Also contains De virtute centaureae (leaves r4v-r6r), which is translated from the Greek by Nicolaus de Regio, and incorrectly attributed to Galen
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 13th cent.
  • fl. 1476-1496
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Simon
  • Abraham ben Shem-Tob
  • Rainaldus
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  • Botany, Medical
  • Materia Medica
  • Botany, Medical
  • Olschki, Leo S. (Leo Samuel), 1861-1940 [Bookseller] (CPP)
Label
Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatio Symonis Ianuensis interprete Abraam iudeo tortuosiensi de arabico in latinu[m]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Usually ascribed to Ibn Serapion (i.e. Serapion, the Younger), however this may be a pseudepigraphal name. There were at least 3 medieval authors with the name Serapion, styled after the 9th century physician Yúhānnā Ibn Serapion (i.e. Serapion, the Elder).--Cf. BSB-Ink. S-299
  • This work is often found with the Breviarium medicinae of Yúhānnā Ibn Serapion (Goff S-465), which includes a general colophon for both works.--Cf. ISTC
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Opus impressum Uenetijs per magistrum Reynaldu[m] de Nouimagio Almanum. Anno domini. M.cccc.lxxix die octauo mensis Junij
  • Signatures: pi℗ al° b-f€ gl° h-i€ k¡ l-p€ q-r¡ (a1 blank)
  • Chancery folio, text printed in 2 columns; 53 lines; col. width: 60 mm.; area of text: 205 x 131 mm. Table printed in 3 columns. With initial spaces with guide-letters; without foliation and catchwords. Register at end
Control code
000103223
Dimensions
31 cm. (fol.).
Extent
[136] leaves (3rd leaf blank)
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Foliated in ms. With a few contemporary ms. annotations in two different hands in the margins.
  • Purchased by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Leo S. Olschki prior to 16 March 1927; with the bookseller's catalogue entry pasted on the front flyleaf.
  • Bound in contemporary quarter blind-stamped calf over wooden boards; rebacked with early calf; leather clasps on front board wanting; 2 metal plates on back board; many wormholes on boards and leather. Housed in modern brown buckram clamshell.
  • Leaf size: 291 x 121 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 103223
  • 103278
  • (OCoLC)ocm19699511
Label
Liber Serapionis aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus. Tra[n]slatio Symonis Ianuensis interprete Abraam iudeo tortuosiensi de arabico in latinu[m]
Publication
Note
  • Usually ascribed to Ibn Serapion (i.e. Serapion, the Younger), however this may be a pseudepigraphal name. There were at least 3 medieval authors with the name Serapion, styled after the 9th century physician Yúhānnā Ibn Serapion (i.e. Serapion, the Elder).--Cf. BSB-Ink. S-299
  • This work is often found with the Breviarium medicinae of Yúhānnā Ibn Serapion (Goff S-465), which includes a general colophon for both works.--Cf. ISTC
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Opus impressum Uenetijs per magistrum Reynaldu[m] de Nouimagio Almanum. Anno domini. M.cccc.lxxix die octauo mensis Junij
  • Signatures: pi℗ al° b-f€ gl° h-i€ k¡ l-p€ q-r¡ (a1 blank)
  • Chancery folio, text printed in 2 columns; 53 lines; col. width: 60 mm.; area of text: 205 x 131 mm. Table printed in 3 columns. With initial spaces with guide-letters; without foliation and catchwords. Register at end
Control code
000103223
Dimensions
31 cm. (fol.).
Extent
[136] leaves (3rd leaf blank)
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Foliated in ms. With a few contemporary ms. annotations in two different hands in the margins.
  • Purchased by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Leo S. Olschki prior to 16 March 1927; with the bookseller's catalogue entry pasted on the front flyleaf.
  • Bound in contemporary quarter blind-stamped calf over wooden boards; rebacked with early calf; leather clasps on front board wanting; 2 metal plates on back board; many wormholes on boards and leather. Housed in modern brown buckram clamshell.
  • Leaf size: 291 x 121 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 103223
  • 103278
  • (OCoLC)ocm19699511

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