General IndexAbū ‘l-‘Alā’ Zuhr2, 23, 25n41, 56–57, 65, 67Abulcasis (Abū al-Qāsim al-Zahrāwī)47, 60n102Abū Marwān ‘abd al-Mālik ibn Zuhr1–2, 23, 25n41, 65“Book of Foods”2n4Kitāb al-taisīr (Teisir)22, 56–57Abū Ma‘scharDe magnis coniunctionibus28Adamson, Melitta Weiss26n44Alfonso el Sabio8Álvarez Millán, Cristina23n39, 65–66anatomical terminology44–46Andrea de Florentia, Bishop68Antidotarium Nicolai43n67AristotleDe animalibus45, 46De generatione45De partibus45Organon46n74Armengaud BlaiseAphorisms26, 76translations by5–6, 7, 27n47, 31–32, 37n60, 54, 68Arnau de Vilanova2, 3, 5–6, 24, 26–28, 54, 67, 76Antidotarium43n67De parte operativa55n90Practica [summaria]24n40Regimen sanitatis27, 68, 69ars medicine51Avendauth (Ibn Daud)8, 30“Avenzoar”identity of1–2, 23, 65–66Averroes (Ibn Rushd)Colliget2, 24commentaries of5, 42n65, 45–46, 46n74Avicenna (Ibn Sīnā)47, 53, 56, 57n96Canon2, 51, 55, 60, 69Cantica5, 26, 76De anima8De animalibus26, 76De viribus cordis (On cardiac medicines)26, 54, 76Barco del Barco, Francisco Javier del46n74Bernard de Gordon67De conservatione vite humane26–28, 69Lilium medicine54Bernat Honofredi3, 4, 7, 9n24, 17, 19, 24, 30anatomy44–45interaction with Profatius25–26, 32–33, 35–40, 44–45, 64–65, 74, 78, 79–80Latinity48–50and learned medicine50–58surgery46–48, 54, 58–59Boniface VIII, Pope22, 27n47Bos, Gerrit46n74Budé, Jean26, 76Burnett, Charles28–29Carpentieri, Nicola57n94Clement V, Pope67Colin, Gabriel23n39, 72Constantine the African60d’Alverny, Marie-Thérèse9, 20n35Dumas, Geneviève47n78EuclidElements4, 6Galen47, 51, 53Ars parva51De cognitione propriorum defectuum7De interioribus56García Sánchez, Expiración17n32Gerard of Cremona28, 53Gil-Sotres, Pedro68, 69Giovanni da Brescia5, 9, 19Giovanni da Capua22, 27n47Guglielmo da Brescia67–68Guillem Correger47, 54Haly Abbas (al-Majūsī)Kitāb al-Malakī52n82Pantegni51, 52Hasse, Dag Nikolaus15n29, 39–40Henri de Mondeville54n85, 59Herman of Carinthia15n29HippocratesRegimen acutorum66Honofredi.Bernat HonofrediḤunain ibn Isḥāq60.JohannitiusIbn Abī Uṣaibi‘a2n4Ibn al-Haythām4Ibn al-JazzārViaticum60Ibn al-Ṣaffār4Ibn Rushd.AverroesIbn Sīnā.AvicennaJacob ben Machir ibn Tibbon (Profatius)9, 11, 24, 25–26and the Arabic-Hebrew Regimen60–65, 77, 78and the Arabic-Latin Regimen16–19, 30–59 passim65, 74, 78, 79–80career3–6Quadrans novus5and the translation of al-Zarqālī4–5, 7–8, 19–20Jacob ben Tibbon Ha-harari46n74Jacquart, Danielle22n38, 28–29, 53, 56n91Jaume II, King of Aragon27, 47, 68JohannitiusIsagoge27, 51, 54John of Seville15n29John of TornamiraOn Urine165John XXII, Pope67Judah ben JacobRegimen of Health164Kwakkel, Erik29–30, 35Levi ben Gershon42n65MaimonidesCommentary on Hippocrates’s Aphorisms165De asmate5–6, 31–32, 54, 164De hemorroidibus7, 164De venenis26, 76, 164Guide to the Perplexed4Medical Aphorisms60, 164Regimen sanitatis27, 37n60, 60, 68, 164Maino de MaineriRegimen sanitatis68–71al-Majūsī, ‘Alī ibn al-‘Abbās.Haly AbbasMarichal, Robert22Martin of Braga, Archbishop22MenelausSpherics4Michael Scot26, 29Millàs Vallicrosa, José Maria7, 19, 20Montpellier3, 4, 25, 26, 47, 54, 55, 64, 66–68, 71, 76Moses ibn Tibbon4, 44, 60, 64, 164Nathan ha-Me’ati60Nicoud, Marilyn27, 68, 69Nomico, Levi164n1“non-natural things”51–52Occitan30, 61Paris68, 69, 71Philippe V, King of France66Pierre Borelli66n113Pierre de Capestang3, 6–7, 24, 25, 54, 66–67, 71Profatius.Jacob ben Machir ibn TibbonQusṭā ibn Lūqā4Rhazes (al-Rāzī)57Liber ad almansorem (Almansor)28, 53, 55, 58Liber divisionum55Roland of Parma59Romano, David4Salomon ben Adret6Samaran, Charles22Samuel Beneviste164n7Samuel ben Judah (“Barbavayre”)42n65, 46n74Samuel ben Judah ibn Tibbon4, 60Samuel ben Solomon ben Nathan46n74Schenck, Georg23n39, 65–66, 68, 72Schmitt, Wolfram10n27Shem Tov ben Isaac60, 64Simon of Genoa58n99Steinschneider, Moritz16, 164Teodorico BorgognoniChirurgia47, 54translation process4–5, 29–64Arabisms34–39, 42–44, 55–56, 63–64“four-handed”8–9le’azim62orality33, 36transliteration61, 62, 63, 64Troupeau, Gérard22n38Ullmann, Manfred52n82, 56n91Wickersheimer, Ernest66n113, 71n123Wirmer, David46n74al-Zahrāwī.Abulcasisal-Zarqālī9Treatise on the assafea5, 7–8, 19, 20Zeraḥyah Ḥen60Zonta, Mauro20n35

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