Arabian Medicine and Its Influence on the Middle Ages:, Volume 1

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Routledge, Dec 19, 2013 - Social Science - 230 pages
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Contents

Chapter I Greek Medicine in its Relation to the Arabians
3
Chapter II Arabic Medical Mss
14
Chapter III The Historiography of Islam with special reference to the development of Arabic Medical and Philosophioal Literature
32
Chapter IV Arabic Medical Writers and their works The Eastern Caliphate
60
Chapter V Arabic Medical Writers and their works The Western Caliphate
85
Chapter VI The Age of Early Arabian Rumours in the West
103
Chapter VIIThe Tide of Arabism in the Intellectual Currents of Mediaeval Europe
118
Chapter VIII The Latin Translators and the College at Toledo
137
Chapter IX The Transmutors and the Arabist Dominancy in Latin Europe
151
Chapter X The Experimenters and the Effect of their Work on Arabist Tradition in Europe
173
Chapter XI Hellenism and Arabism in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
185
Chapter XII A Review of European Literature and the Medical Curricula of European Universities in the Later Middle Ages
194
Concluding Paragraph
208
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Donald Campbell is a poet, playwright, and theater historian who has lived in Edinburgh all his working life.

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