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De Medicinis Secretissimis by Pseudo-Llull , c 1525

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Identifier: MS 122/ff. 129r-141r

Contents

This section contains De Medicinis Secretissimis, sometimes called Medicina Magna (as in this manuscript), which was wrongly attributed to Pseudo-Llull. This is a medico-alchemical treatise linked to the Liber de secretis naturae, which is contained in the previous section of this manuscript.
In this manuscript, this work is titled Magne Medicine sapientum Raymundi. It starts on f. 129 with the words Proponimus itaque tibi in presenti libello and ends on f. 141r with laus Deo a quo cuncta bona procedunt. Telos.
Writing This section is written in a slightly different hand to the previous section, though they are similar. It seems to be the same hand that wrote the first section (f. 1r) and the next section (f. 141v).

Dates

  • c 1525

Language of Materials

Latin

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open to all. The manuscripts can be consulted in the Centre for Research Collections, Edinburgh University Main Library.

Extent

13 folios

Repository Details

Part of the University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections Repository

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