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Avicenna (Abu 'Ali al-Husain ibn 'Abdallah Ibn Sina), Canon medicinae (transl. by Gerard of Cremona). Galen, De accidenti et morbo(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
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Codicology:Paper, 305 x 222 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), (12 x 8.6 in.), ff. 164, double columns of 33 lines. Cent. xiv (1398), in an ugly and much contracted hand.
Collation: 112 (+2) 212-912 1010 1112-1312 148.
Provenance:Mary Pernham on f. 2v.
Additions:Binding gone.
Additions:On the first page is a medical note (f. 1r)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College).
Foliation: ff. 1-164(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
2v-120v
Avicenna (Abu 'Ali al-Husain ibn 'Abdallah Ibn Sina), Canon medicinae (transl. by Gerard of Cremona) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
ff. 1v, 2r blank
2v
A large and rather rough initial in red, green, yellow and white, the height of the page
2v
Pars Canonis Avicennae
2v
Incipit:
In primis deo gratias agamus sicud sui ordinis celsitudo et beneficii ipsius multitudo merentur
3r
Explicit:
nunc autem hunc componam librum quem in quinque sic diuidemus libros
3r
Capitula follow
Text
5v
Incipit:
Dico quod medicina est scientia que humani corporis
Fragment of a xiith cent. Psalter used in the binding at f. 15r, etc.
17r
Fen II
Ends
66v
Rubric:
Explicit fen secunda primi Canonis Auicenne
66v
Rubric:
Incipit fen prima quarti canonis
67r
Rubric:
Liber canonis quartus incipit de egritudinibus particularibus
67r
Capitula
Text
68r
Incipit:
Febris est calor extraneus
Ends
120r
(120v)
Explicit:
est sena. finis huius deo laus in secula seculorum. Amen. amen
120r
Rubric:
Explicit prima fen quarti canonis auicenne
2.
120r-162v
Galen, De accidenti et morbo (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
120r
Rubric:
Incipit liber de morbo et accidente galieni et cetera
120v
blank
Text with large initial as on f. 2v (colours varied)
121r
Incipit:
In inicio huius libri diffinire morbum oportet ut intencio huius particule cognoscatur
162v
Explicit:
semper adia secuntur et que non, etc.
162v
Rubric:
Expletus est liber de morbo et accidente galieni viri gloriosi Anno domini mo cococo nonagesimo octauo in die Sancti Viti deo laus
163r
Two blank leaves follow