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Published 1973
Le dictionnaire botanique d'Abu Hanifa al-Dinawari = (Kitab al-nabat, de Sin a Ya) /

: 447, 57 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [437]-447) and indexes.

Published 1953
The Book of plants of Abū Ḥanīfa ad-Dīnawarī /

: 52, 235 pages : Facsimiles ; 25 cm.

Plantes d'Egypte : 1581-1584 /

: Translation of : De plantis Aegypti liber. : viii, 200 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.

Published 1966
al-Ḥayawān /

: volumes ; 24 cm. : Bibliographical footnotes.

Published 1973
Kitāb al-nabāt /

: "al-Qism al-thānī min al-Qāmūs al-nabātī, hụrūf sīn-yāʼ, multaqatạ̄t mā nusiba ilayhi ʻinda al-mutaʼakhkhirīn."
Added t.p.: Le dictionnaire botanique d'Abū Hạnīfa ad-Dīnawarī (Kitāb an-nabāt, de Sīn la Yāʼ) : 447, 57 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [437]-447) and indexes. : Hadeer

Published 2018
The Arabic Version of Aristotle's Historia Animalium, Book I-X of <i>Kitāb al-Hayawān</i>.

: Aristotle's Historia Animalium is one of the most famous and influential zoological works that was ever written. It was translated into Arabic in the 9th century CE together with Aristotle's other zoological works, On the Generation of Animals and On the Parts of Animals . As a result, the influence of Aristotelian zoology is widely traceable in classical Arabic literary culture and thought. The Arabic translation found its way into Europe through the 13th-century Latin translation by Michael Scotus, which was extensively used by medieval European scholars. A critical edition of the Arabic Historia Animalium has long been awaited, and Lourus Filius's edition, based on all extant Arabic MSS, as well as on Scotus's Latin translation, can rightly be seen as a scholarly landmark.
: 1 online resource. : 9789004315969

Published 2019
Aristotle De animalibus. Michael Scot's Arabic-Latin translation, volume 1a: Books I-III: History of animals : a critical edition with an introduction, notes and indices /

: "Aristotle's De Animalibus was an important source of zoological knowledge for the ancient Greeks and for medieval Arabs and Europeans. In the thirteenth century, the work was twice translated into Latin. One translation was produced directly from the Greek by William of Moerbeke. An earlier translation, made available as a critical edition in the present volume for the first time, was produced through an intermediary Arabic translation (Kitāb al-Ḥayawān) by Michael Scot (1175--c. 1232). Scot's translation was one of the main sources of knowledge on animals in Europe and widely used until well into the fifteenth century. As a faithful translation of a translation produced by a Syriac-speaking Christian, the text contributes to our knowledge of Middle Arabic. The De Animalibus is composed of three sections: History of Animals (ten books), Parts of Animals (four books) and Generation of Animals (five books). Parts of Animals and Generation of Animals were published by Brill as Volumes 5.2 and 5.3 of the book series ASL in 1998 (ASL 5.2) and 1992 (ASL 5.3). The present Volume 5.1.a contains the first section of Scot's translation of History of Animals: the general introduction and books 1--3, with Notes. Editions of the two concluding parts of History of Animals, ASL 5.1.b, books 4--6 and ASL 5.1.c, books 7--10, are in preparation. Complete Latin-Arabic and Arabic-Latin indices of History of Animals will be published in due course".
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references. : 9789004411333

Published 2021
A physician on the Nile : [a description of Egypt and journal of the famine years] /

: "A Physician on the Nile begins as a description of everyday life in Egypt at the turn of the seventh/thirteenth century, before becoming a harrowing account of famine and pestilence"--
: xliv, 256 pages : maps ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9781479806249

Published 1978
Ajzāʼ al-hạyawān /

: Added t.p.: Aristotelis de partibus animalium. : 279 p. ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index.

Published 1953
The Book of plants of Abu Hanifa ad-Dinawari : part of the alphabetical section /

: At head of title: Acta universitatis Upsaliensis. : v, 52, 235 pages : facsimile ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.