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Online Sources: Science & Medicine
Book Sources: Science & Medicine
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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The Book of Squares by
Call Number: QA32 .F4813 1987
An annotated translation into modern English by L.E. Sigler.
Castel of Health by
Call Number: RA775 .E49 1909
with an introd. by Samuel A. Tannenbaum.
Medieval Islamic Medicine by
Call Number: R128.3 .A4513 1984
Ibn Ridw¯an's treatise, "On the prevention of bodily ills in Egypt" / translated, with an introduction, by Michael W. Dols ; Arabic text edited by Adil S. Gamal.
Medieval Medicine: A Reader by
Call Number: R141 .M49 2010
"... presents a welcome collection of primary sources on the thories and practices of medicine in medieval Europe and the Mediterranean." Book Jacket
On Discovery by
Call Number: PA8585.V4 A25 2002
Edited and translated by Brian P. Copenhaver.
"... the first comprehensive account of discoveries and inventions written since antiquity. His main point was to show that many Greek and Roman claims for discovery were false and that ancient Jews or other Asian peoples had priority." - Amazon.com
On the Causes of Symptoms by
Call Number: R128.3 .M64712 1974
Publication Date: 1974-12-01
Maq¯alah f¯i bay¯an ba‘d al-a‘r¯ad wa-al-jaw¯ab ‘anh¯a / Moses Maimonides ; edited by J.O. Leibowitz and S. Marcus ; in collaboration with M. Beit-Arié ... [et al.].
On the Fabric of the Human Body by
Call Number: QM101 .V4713 1998
Book I, The Bbones and Cartilages : a translation of De humani corporis fabrica libri septem
Translated by William Frank Richardson in collaboration with John Burd Carman.
The Popes and Science by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Digital Library
The history of the papal relations to science during the middle ages and down to our own time
(see appendix for documents)
Three Copernican Treatises by
Call Number: QB41.C782 T5
The Commentariolus of Copernicus, the Letter against Werner, the Narratio prima of Rheticus. Translated with introd. and notes by Edward Rosen.
The Trotula by
Call Number: Online - Ebook Central
An English translation of the Medieval Compendium of Women's Medicine
Women's Secrets by
Call Number: Online - EBSCO
A translation of Pseudo-Albertus Magnus's De secretis mulierum with commentaries
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