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Printer statement from colophon.
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A collection of fifty prints depicting costumes of the Levant handcoloured lithographs, published Smyrna, c. 1800
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1922, incipit:بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم وبه نستعين الحمدلله الذي انشا العالم واخترعه اختراعا واوجده بعد العدم الممحض وابتدعه ابتداعا وجعل حدوثه المعلوم بقبوله الزيادة والنقصان...
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authore Joh. Henrico Hottingero., In Latin with Greek and Arabic words., Library copy leather-bound., Includes bibliographical references.
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à Iacobo Kœbelio facilioribus formulis nuper aucta, longéque euidentior edita ; cui accessit Isagogicon in astrologoam iudiciaram., First published in 1532.
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Nunc primum editae è bibliotheca Georgii Hieronymi Velschii cujus accedit dissertatio, de earundem usu., Includes indexes., Added engraved t.-p., Signatures: 1 uns. ., )(³, )()(⁴, A-T⁴, V².
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ad optimorum codicum fidem edita ex Museo Abrahami Hinckelmanni, D., In Arabic, with t.p. in Latin.
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Lowth, Emma Caroline.
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From the library of Paola & Bertrand Lazard
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The 'Rålamb Costume Book' is a small volume containing 121 miniatures in Indian ink with gouache and some gilding, displaying Turkish officials, occupations and folk types., They were acquired in Constantinople in 1657-58 by Claes Rålamb who led a Swedish embassy to the Sublime Porte, and arrived in the Swedish Royal Library / Manuscript Department in 1886.
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This edition contains an apothecary's manual, which was the most popular handbook of drugs in medieval Europe; and an incomplete manual of special therapeutics., Works by Arabic author Ibn Māsawayh were ordinarily issued in Latin translation as by Jean Mesue or Mesue Major., The life of Mesue and Doctorum ... cognomina by S. Champier; the Anatomia porci appended to Copho's Ars medendi is falsely attributed to Copho, according to DNLM., aMasawayh al-Mardini (known in the West as Mesue the Younger) is supposed to have been a Jacobite Christian who lived in the tenth century. His works have never been found. It is believed that a Latin author of the early thirteenth century assumed the name of Mesue, hoping thereby to gain ready recognition for his works under the guise of the ninth century Syrian physician who wrote in Arabic.
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This edition contains an apothecary's manual, which was the most popular handbook of drugs in medieval Europe; and an incomplete manual of special therapeutics., Works by Arabic author Ibn Māsawayh were ordinarily issued in Latin translation as by Jean Mesue or Mesue Major., The life of Mesue and Doctorum ... cognomina by S. Champier; the Anatomia porci appended to Copho's Ars medendi is falsely attributed to Copho, according to DNLM., aMasawayh al-Mardini (known in the West as Mesue the Younger) is supposed to have been a Jacobite Christian who lived in the tenth century. His works have never been found. It is believed that a Latin author of the early thirteenth century assumed the name of Mesue, hoping thereby to gain ready recognition for his works under the guise of the ninth century Syrian physician who wrote in Arabic.