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Penn Library's LJS 424 - Non[us] Alma[n]sor[is] cu[m] an[n]otatio[n]ib[us] ... (Video Orientation)

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10-11-2022

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Video Orientation to the University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 424, an extensive collection of medical texts compiled in 1500-1501 during medical studies in Bologna. Contents include copies of texts in the medical curriculum, the most substantial being al-Rāzī's Nonus Almansoris and Avicenna's Canon, and at least one, Paolo Bagellardo's Libellus de egritudinibus infancium, copied from a printed edition. Lists of prescriptions dated 1477 to 1501 also present. Marginal commentary and notes and interlinear glosses and annotations. Numerous smaller leaves bound in, especially in the sections concerning prescriptions.

Written in Bologna (f. 158r, 193v, 402v) in 1500 (f. 402v) and 1501 (f. 158r, 193v, 497v).

Digital copies and a full record are available through Franklin: https://franklin.library.upenn.edu/catalog/FRANKLIN_9958986893503681

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Università di Bologna, Medicine -- Early works to 1800, Medicine, Medicine -- Study and teaching -- 16th century, Medicine -- Study and teaching, Codices, Annotations, Anthologies, Commentaries, Prescriptions, Treatises, Manuscripts Latin, Manuscripts Renaissance

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History of Science, Technology, and Medicine | Medicine and Health Sciences | Renaissance Studies

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