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; in terms of its place among medieval trea- tises on the astrolabe, it is important, not at all for its content, but for its peda- gogical style and for its vernacular presentation of its subject matter. Indeed, while Chaucer’s text is not always accurate, it seems to have been valued in England as an

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C. Jay Crisostomo

Intertextuality in Ancient Cultures and Their Afterlife in Medieval and Modern Times , ed. M. Bauks , W. Horowitz and A. Lange . JAJSup 6. Göttigen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht . 2014 The Three Stars Each: The Astrolabes and Related Texts . AfO Bei. 33. Vienna : Institut für Orientalistik der Universität Wien

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influence on subsequent writing both within the genre and outside it. This con- cept of interculturality, potentially so useful to the understanding of medieval culture in general (and, in particular, to the hybrid Anglo- Norman/English culture of the twelfth century) is treated somewhat more reductively in

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Barbara Obrist

. , Studies in the History of Mediaeval Science ( Cambridge : 1927 ). Hughes B. , Medieval Latin Mathematical Writings in the University Library Basel , typescript ( Northridge , California State University : 1972 ). Hunt R.W. , “Stephen of Antioch,” Mediaeval and Renaissance

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Nicola Polloni

Muslims, with their skills, cultures, and books—migrating to Toledo in consequence to the Almohad invasion. The new availability of skills and books is one of the main factors that made possible the development of a translation movement in Toledo, together with the displacement of the vast library of

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Ilil Baum

of a Mediaeval Dialect That Never Was” Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies 2011 3 1 41 60 Feliu i Mabres Eduard “Some Clarifications on Several Aspects of the History of Jews in Medieval Catalonia” Catalan Historical Review 2009 2 49 64 Feliu i

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Hinrich Biesterfeldt

Sezgin’s GAS , vol.  V (up to 1974), Richard Lorch’s and Jan Hogendijk’s “Bibliography of mathematics in medieval Islamic civilization,” and J.L. Berggren’s Episodes , and Hogendijk’s and Sabra’s (edd.) The enterprise . VIII The chapter on geography and astronomy (pp. 213

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Judith Wilcox and John M. Riddle

continuing influ- ence by its citation in other medieval works. Nevertheless, it seems that Qustä's clear statement of the placebo effect went largely unheeded even while the occult remedies he listed were read and cited. The framework in which Qusta discusses these occult remedies and prophylactics is a

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George Molland

140 Roger Bacon and the Hermetic Tradition in Medieval Science GEORGE MOLLAND Roger Bacon would no more have wished to be called a Hermeticist than to be called a magician. For him magic was by its very nature bad, but this did not stop him from indulging beliefs and practices that bordered on

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Patrick Gautier Dalché

), 33-42. Analyse fouillée de la présence de la Nubie sur les cartes latines par R. Seignobos, dans une communication à la 12th Conference for Nubian Studies (London, The British Museum, 1-6 August 2010) intitulée « Nubia and Nubians in Medieval Latin Culture. The Evidence of Maps (12th-14th cent.), » à