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Work C.3.10.4

Alexander Paduanus
Expositio super LX enuntiatum Ptolomei de figura XVI laterum

Text ‘(Cesena, BCM, Comunitativa 167.123) Alexandri Paduani philosophi ac medici Foroliviensis Expositio super LX enuntiatum Ptolomei de figura XVI laterum. [text] Ptolomeus: Super aegrotis criticos dies inspice ac Lunae peragrationem in angulis figurae XVI laterum, uni enim eos angulos bene affectos inveneris, bene erit languenti, contra male, si eos afflictos inveneris. [comm.] Adeo varie locuti sunt doctores exponendo hanc sententiam Ptolomei ut vix quid sibi vellit coniectari — et intercidentibus atque vacuis. Et haec pro expositione huius enuntiati breviter dicta sufficiant.’

Content A commentary on Centiloquium, v. 60, in Giovanni Pontano’s translation.

Origin Written by Alexander Paduanus, who describes himself as a ‘philosopher and physician of Forli’. The only known MS dates from the 16th c. and is probably Alexander Paduanus’s autograph.

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Cesena, BCM, Comunitativa 167.123, s. XVI, f. 83r-86vImages