Collation model for a medical miscellany with almost the first half of the volume devoted to a copy of Thesaurus pauperum, a compilation of remedies for a variety of diseases frequently attributed to Petrus Hispanus, later Pope John XXI. The remainder includes a work by Arnaldus de Villanova, a partial copy of a work by Johannes de Rupescissa, a work attributed to Ramon Llull, and several other unattributed collections of remedies. Lists of multiple names, perhaps of teachers or students, many associated with locations in northern Italy, added by a few hands (f. 165r-167r, 265r-266r).
Medicine -- Early works to 1800, Medicine, Medicine -- Formulae receipts prescriptions -- Early works to 1800, Medicine -- Formulae receipts prescriptions, Codices, Diagrams, Drawings (visual works), Prescriptions, Recipes, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts Italian, Manuscripts Renaissance.
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Porter, Dot, "Collation Model for LJS 236: Thesaurus pauperum ... [etc.] [manuscript]." (2022). Collation Models. 3.