Project icon: lavishly furnished initial letter with a painting of Ptolemy using an astrolab.

Ptolemaeus

Arabus et Latinus

Α Β Γ Δ Ε Ζ Η Θ Ι Κ Λ Μ Ν Ξ Ο Π Ρ Σ Τ Υ Φ Χ Ψ Ω α β γ δ ε ζ η θ ι κ λ μ ν ξ ο π ρ σ ς τ υ φ χ ψ ω
The following characters have a special meaning.
Put them next to a word without a space between.
" "encloses a sequence of words so that the sequence is searched as a whole.
+The following word must appear.
-The following word must not appear.
~The following word should not appear but may appear.
<The following word should appear but is not as relevant as other words.
>The following word should appear and is more relevant than other words.
( )groups words together so that one of the prefixes above can be applied to the whole group.
*is a wildcard behind a word, representing null, one or several arbitrary characters.

Erfurt, Universitäts- und Forschungsbibliothek, Amplon. Q. 215

s. XIVin. Or.: England. Prov.: Amplonius Rating (1363-1435); Erfurt, Collegium Porta Coeli in 1412.

Parchment, 162 f., several hands.

Medicine and astrology: Bernardus Provincialis, Commentum super Tabulas Salerni (1ra-17ra); Johannes de Sancto Amando, Commentum super antidotarium Nicolai (22ra-77ra); Gentile de Foligno, De proportionibus graduum medicinarum simplicium et compositarum (78ra-79va); ‘Frater Rogerus Bacun de diebus creticis. Ad evidenciam dierum creticorum est notandum…’ (79va-83rb); ‘Incipit tractatus de creticis diebus. Omnis egritudo de qua curatur homo quatuor habet tempora… Explicit tractatus quem fecit frater Rogerus Bacun de ordine minorum de diebus creticis brevis et utilis ad instanciam cuiusdam medici sibi specialis’ (83va-85vb); Astronomia Ypocratis, anonymous tr. (85vb-88va); Ptolemaica (88va-89vb); Bartholomeus Pictaviensis, De crisi et creticis diebus (90ra-99ra); Ursus Salernitatus, Liber de effectibus qualitatum (99ra-102ra); Galen, De medendi methodo ad Glauconem (102ra-103rb); Ursus Salernitatus, De effectibus medicinarum (103rb-103vb); Avicenna, Canon, Book II (104va-141vb); ‘Atramentum calcantum vitreolum…’ (142ra-148vb); Johannes de Sancto Amando, Commentum super antidotarium Nicolai, excerpt (149ra-162ra); notes of medicine (162ra-162vb).

Lit. W. Schum, Beschreibendes Verzeichnis der Amplonianischen Handschriften-Sammlung zu Erfurt, Berlin, 1887, 471-472.

88va‑89vb

Images

‘(88va) Figure. (89ra) Hec est figura Tpolomei (!) quam Haly suus comentator primitus sic decripsit. Quando et qualiter acuti morbi debent habere — ut in pluribus ad salutem, set secundum motum proprium Lune fieret in 21 die. Explicit.’