Du syriaque au latin par l'intermédiaire de l'arabe: le Kunnāš de Yū annā ibn Sarābiyūn

This treatise of medicine by Y ibn Sarn, written in Syriac in the 8th century, translated into Arabic in the 10th century and then into Latin in the 12th century, is a typical example of the transmission of Hippocratic medicine from the Arabic East to the Latin West in the Middle Ages. However, while the complete Latin translation of Gerard of Cremona has reached us, we have only fragments of the Arabic text, dispersed in five manuscripts preserved in four European libraries
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