Zarqālī, Ibrāhīm Ibn-Yaḥyā az- (✝ 1100)
This composite manuscript from the Carthusian Monastery of Basel was written by various hands; it contains primarily astrological writings, among them texts by Abraham ibn Esra, Al-Zarkali and Hermes Trismegistus translated from the Arabic, Hebrew and Greek. In the margin of f. 120r there is a blessing against worms, on f. 145v medical advice in a blend of German and Latin. In addition to handwritten parts, the volume also contains three prints. One of the two original leather clasps is still intact.
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- Alfonsus, Bonihominis (Translator) | Aristoteles (Author) | Bruni, Leonardo (Author) | Bruni, Leonardo (Translator) | Campanus, Johannes (Author) | Cicero, Marcus Tullius (Author) | Florus, Lucius Annaeus (Author) | Henricus, Bate (Translator) | Hermes, Trismegistus (Author) | Hippocrates (Author) | Ibn-ʿEzra, Avraham Ben-Meʾir (Author) | Johannes, de Lineriis (Author) | Louber, Jakob (Librarian) | Maġribī, as-Samauʾal Ibn-Yaḥyā al- (Author) | Nicolaus, de Tudeschis (Author) | Petrus, de Abano (Translator) | Petrus, De Andelo (Author) | Plinius Caecilius Secundus, Gaius (Author) | Ṯābit Ibn-Qurra (Author) | Valerius Maximus (Author) | Valescus, de Taranta (Author) | Zarqālī, Ibrāhīm Ibn-Yaḥyā az- (Author) Found in: Standard description