Liber pantegni

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Liber pantegni est opus de rebus medicis Latine scriptum; titulum habet e verbo Graeco παντέχνη, scilicet "ars tota". Constantinus Africanus, auctor et professor Salernitanus origine Carthaginiensis, hunc librum saeculo IX composuit vel potius e lingua Arabica convertit, et praecipue ex opere Haly Abbas Kitāb Kāmil al-Sinā'a al-Ṭibbiyya.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Charles S. F. Burnett, Danielle Jacquart, edd., Constantine the African and ʻAlī Ibn al-ʻAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Lugduni Batavorum: Brill, 1995. ISBN 90-04-10014-8 (Arabice, Latine, Anglice)
  • Moritz Steinschneider, "Constantinus Africanus und seine arabischen Quellen" in Virchows Archiv vol. 37 (1866) pp. 351-416 (Theodisce)
  • Hermann Lehmann, "Die Arbeitsweise des Constantinus Afrikanus und des Johannes Afflacius im Verhältnis zueinander" in Archeion vol. 12 (1930) pp. 272-281.