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Trois traités d'anatomie arabes par Muhammed ibn Zakariyyā al-Rāzī'Ali ibn al-'Abbās et 'Ali ibn Sīnā. Text inédit de deux traités. Traduction de P. de Koning.

Related Names: Rāzī, Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakarīyā 865?-925?, Avicenna 980-1037., Majūsī, ʻAlī ibn al-ʻAbbās 10th/11th cent., Koning, P. de
Language(s): Multiple languages
Published: Leide, Brill, 1903.
Subjects: Human anatomy.
Medicine, Arab.
Note: Microfilmed for preservation
Contains Arabic text and French translation of chapters on anatomy which form the first part of the author's Al-Mansūrī fi'l-tibb; Arabic text and French translation of 'Alī ibn al-'Abbās, al-Majūsī al-Arranjānī's Kitab al-Malakī,2d-3d sections of 1st part; and translation of Avicenna's Canon, 1st and 3d books.
Physical Description: xiii, 830 p.
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