[Hippocrates Aphorismi, Prognostica, De regimine acutorum : cum comment. Galeni ; Ali Ibn Ridwan Commentum super Tegni Galeni.
Áli ibn Riḑwãn, d. ca. 1068 Galen Hippocrates
Northern Italy [Padua?] ca. 1370
 leaves ; 29 cm.
Formerly owned by the Bibliothek des Stiftes (Melk, Austria); acquired by Dr. Cushing in January, 1938 from E. P. Goldsmith & Co. (London). Manuscript wrtten in ink on vellum, with stamped calf binding over wooden boards; includes brass bosses and clasp catches, red and blue initials, and red underlining.
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