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By Gerrit Bos (ed), Charles Burnett (ed), Tzvi Langermann (ed)

The Kelal Qatan (Concise precis) was once composed via David Ben Yom Tov, a Hebrew pupil who lived within the first half the 14th century. he's identified in Latin easily as David Iudaeus. it is a textual content on scientific astrology, dealing essentially with the astrological symptoms pertaining specially to fevers. it's the so much unique & vast unique Hebrew treatise on astrological drugs surviving in Hebrew Literature. Contents of this variation: creation; unique Hebrew textual content; The Latin textual content; smooth English Translation; word list; & Bibliography. colour & black & white illustrations.

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35. 2. , (Loeb Classi p. 45. 3. S. Jones, 4 vols. (London and New York, 1923-31) vol. 4, p. 115; see n. 2 for criticism of previous translations. 4. This summary is based on the translation of Shem Tov b. Isaac of Tor tosa, completed in 1267, and found uniquely inNew York, JTSAMS 2720, ff. 13a-b. Hinrich Biesterfeldt and Tzvi Langermann hope to publish soon a preliminary study of Palladius' 5. commentary, S. Barton, Tamsyn Power to be followed and Knowledge: by a full edition Astrology, and Physiognomies, analysis.

Moshe Narboni, Philosopher Encounters, vol. 1, no. 2 (1995): 219-251; pp. 240-243. 78. Tetrabiblos (Robbins), p. 321. and physician," Medieval 79. In fact there are four tables; our remarks here are based upon the tables inMS Chicago, Newberry Library, Or. 101, ff. 81b-83a. The third of these, accord ing to the caption, does not signify for the eyes, but rather indicates death or ill ness. See also the following note. Langermann hopes to publish these tables in a separate study. 80. F. Cumont pp.

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