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Nicolaus Damascenus de plantis
Nicolaus of Damascus
|Statement||edited and introduced by H.J. Drossaart Lulofs and E.L.J. Poortman.|
|Series||Aristoteles Semitico-latinus, Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde ;, nieuwe reeks, d. 139|
|Contributions||Drossaart Lulofs, H. J. 1906-, Poortman, E. L. J., Aristotle.|
|LC Classifications||QK41 .N5312 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 732 p. :|
|Number of Pages||732|
|LC Control Number||91206897|
on the Metaphysics of Nicolaus of Damascus (3) but on the De plantis, which has recently been reconstructed from Hebrew sources (see Nicolaus Damascenus De Plantis: Five Translations, ). The short treatise entitled "That which the peripatetics and the theologians of . Botany (Theophrastus’ botany through Nicolaus Damascenus, De plantis) Zoology (Aristotle’s Historia animalium, De partibus animalium, and De generatione animalium). Book 1 opens with a discussion of the epistemological foundations of medicine and then treats the general principles that govern it. Book . Camerarius brought out an edition of Mattioli (‘De plantis Epitome’), but his chief work was the ‘Hortus medicus et philosophicus,’ which appeared in The illustrations to this book consist partly of drawings by Gesner, which the author had bought a . 7. Isadore Twersky holds that Talmudism is the Jewish intellectual activity par excellence and states that the “hallmark of Judaism is halakhocentrism”. See his “Religion and law”, in Religion in a religious age, ed. by Goitein, S. D. (Cambridge, Mass., ), 69 – 82; reprinted in Twersky, Studies in Jewish law and philosophy (New York, ), –
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Nicolaus of Damascus (Greek: Νικόλαος Δαμασκηνός, Nikolāos Damaskēnos; Latin: Nicolaus Damascenus) was a Jewish historian and philosopher who lived during the Augustan age of the Roman name is derived from that of his birthplace, was born around 64 BC.
Nicolaus is known to have had a brother named Ptolemy, who served in the court of Herod as a type of. Nicolaus Damascenus de plantis by Nicolaus of Damascus, unknown edition, Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. Nicolaus Damascenus de plantis book ) and indexes.
Text in English with translations of Nicolaus' De plantis (original Greek text lost) into Arabic, Greek (retroversion), Hebrew, Latin, and Syriac (fragments); there is also an English translation of each version.
Based on Aristotle's De plantis. Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Series Title: Aristoteles Semitico-latinus. Nicolaus Damascenus> De plantis. Nicolaus -- Damascenus -- vv4 -- De plantis; Botany -- Pre-Linnean works. Natural history -- Pre-Linnean works.
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De Plantis. Five Translations Series: Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, Volume: 4; Authors: Drossaart Lulofs and. Nicolaus Damascenus de plantis: five translations / edited and introduced by H.J.
Drossaart Lulofs and E.L.J. Poortman Nicolaus, of Damascus View online Borrow. Nicholas is perhaps also the author of the pseudo-Aristotelian work "De Plantis." Bibliography: The best collections of the fragments of Nicholas are those by C. Müller, Fragmenta Historicorum Grœcorum, iii.iv.Paris,and by L.
Dindorf, Historici Grœci Minores, i. De plantis: five translations / Nicolaus Damascenus ; ed. and introd. by H.J. Drossaart and E.L.J. Poortman. Nicolaus Damascenus.
De Plantis. Five Translations. Authors: Drossaart Lulofs and Poortman. Book (Paperback) Publication History: Publication Date: 1 January Availability: Book (Hardback) Publication History: Publication Date: 1 December Availability: Out of.
Nicolaus of Damascus (Greek: Νικόλαος Δαμασκηνός, Nikolāos Damaskēnos) was a Greek  historian and philosopher who lived during the Augustan age of the Roman name is derived from that of his birthplace, was born around 64 BC.
He was an intimate friend of Herod the Great, whom he survived by a number of years. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Nicolaus Damascenus books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. In the twelfth century, part of chapter 1 of book I of Aristotle’s De anima was translated from the Latin translatio vetus.
Some translations were made in the thirteenth century, from the medieval Arabic versions by Ibn al-Biṭrīq, Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq, Isḥāq ibn Ḥunayn, Yaḥyā ibn ‘Adī, and ‘Īsā ibn Zur‘a. 27 Nicolaus, par., 1. Isḥāq ibn Ḥunayn's Arabic translation of Nicolaus' De Plantis is in Nicolaus Damascenus de Plantis: Five Translations, ed.
Lulofs, H. Drossaart and Poortman, E. (Amsterdam and New York, ), pp. – In citing Nicolaus' De Plantis, the paragraph number from this edition is given.
25 The proofs and testimonies about Averroes' On Plants are collected and studied in Drossaart Lulofs — Poortman, Nicolaus Damascenus, De plantis, pp. –7: Drossaart Lulofs believes (erroneously, as I will show) that a fragment of this work is preserved in the first part of the third chapter of book 4 of Falaquera's De'ot.
Through careful comparison of discrepancies in the Hebrew manuscripts of the Middle Commentary, particularly places where sections of the Metaphysics have been commented upon twice, Zonta. Foliorum plantis historiam. by Plaz, Anton Wilhelm: Ungebauer, Johann Andreas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at De Plantis, First Edition.
The fourth part of the first book of the De‘ot, that on plants, is edited and translated in Nicolaus Damascenus, De Plantis: Five Translations, ed. Drossaart Lulofs and E. Poortman (Leiden: Brill, ), – A detailed outline of the De‘ot by Raphael Jospe is found in S.
Harvey (ed.)– Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics, Physics, and books I–X and XII of his Metaphysics, as found in Averroes’ Long Commentaries on them, were translated by Qalonymos ben Qalonymos; Qalonymos also translated Nicolaus Damascenus’ De plantis. Book I of Alexander of Aphrodisias’ De anima was translated by Samuel of Marseilles; the De.
Nicolaus of Damascus (Greek: Νικόλαος Δαμασκηνός, Nikolāos Damaskēnos) was a Greek historian and philosopher who lived during the Augustan age of the Roman name is derived from that of his birthplace, was born around 64 BC. He was an intimate friend of Herod the Great, whom he survived by a number of was also the tutor of the children of.
In the history of botany, Adam Zalužanský (d. ), a Bohemian physician, apothecary, botanist and professor at the University of Prague, is a little-known personality. Linnaeus's first biographers, for example, only knew Zalužanský from hearsay and suspected he was a native of Poland.
This ignorance still pervades botanical history. Nicolaus of Damascus (Greek: Νικόλαος Δαμασκηνός, Nikolāos Damaskēnos) was a Greek historian and philosopher who lived during the Augustan age of the Roman Empire. His name is derived from that of his birthplace, Damascus. He was born around 64 BC.
20 De plantis, considered to be a compilation from a lost writing by Aristotle on plants and from Theophrastus's botanical writings, is now attributed to Nicolaus Damascenus, a peripatetic scholar from the first century ad.
The original writings of Damascenus likewise are lost, but five translations of his work have come down to us. Nicolaus of Damascus Last updated Ap Nicolaus of Damascus (Greek: Νικόλαος Δαμασκηνός, Nikolāos Damaskēnos; Latin: Nicolaus Damascenus) was a Jewish historian and philosopher who lived during the Augustan age of the Roman name is derived from that of his birthplace, was born around 64 BC.
 Nicolaus is known to have had a brother. Nicolaus Damascenus de Plantis: Five Translations (Verhandelingen Der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie Van Wete) [nach diesem Titel suchen] North-Holland, Nicholas is perhaps also the author of the pseudo-Aristotelian work "De Plantis." Bibliography: The best collections of the fragments of Nicholas are those by C.
Mü ller, Fragmenta Historicorum Grœ corum, Paris,and by L. Dindorf, Historici Grœ ci Minores, some fragments are also found in Th.
Reinach. This volume is the first edition of Petrus de Alvernia's Sententia super librum 'De vegetabilibus et plantis'.The treatise 'De vegetabilibus et plantis', which goes back to the Peripatetic Nicolaus of Damascus and has an interesting tradition (from Greek into Syrian, from Syrian into Arabic, from Arabic into Latin), was considered to be a work of Aristotle's and was among the subjects Author: E L J Poortman.
Nicolai Damasceni De Plantis: Libri duo Aristoteli vulgo adscripto / ex Isaaci Ben Honain versione arabica latine vertit Alfredus. Ad codd. mss. fidem addito. Book I of Alexander of Aphrodisias’ De anima was translated by Samuel of Marseilles; the De intellectu ascribed to Alexander was translated as found in Averroes’ commentary on it; “Bryson.
Nicolaus Damascenus: Nicolaus Damascenus is the probable author of the pseudo-Aristotelian work De Plantis (On Plants). 10 CE: Sextius Niger: His Greek On [medical] Materials is known only from citations by Dioscorides and Pliny: c.
CE: Scribonius Largus: In 43 CE, Scribonius accompanied the Roman emperor Claudius when he invaded Britain. The Parts Unlimited Street catalog is more than “just a book.” It is designed to help you and your customers get the most out of your passion for powersports.
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Like their Greek counterparts, Syriac manuscripts have been widely scattered among libraries all over the world. Patristic scholars working on Greek texts have for some time had the benefit of Marcel Richard's Ripertoire des bibliotheques et des catalogues de manuscrits grecs, but for Syriac all that was available before the appearance of the present work were incomplete listings made by Simon.
48 -Nicolaus Damascenus, De plantis 49 -Avicenna, De congelatione lapidum ed. Drossaart / E. Poortman Explanation of the 5th Book of Euclid Ps.-al-Fārābī, De ortu scientiarum I¿wÁn aÈ-ÆafÁÿ, In artem logicae demonstrationis. D.N. Hasse 4 I¿wÁn aÈ-ÆafÁÿ, Cosmographia.
The Ikhwan al-Safa’ (Brethren of Purity) were the anonymous adepts of a tenth-century esoteric fraternity of lettered urbanites that was principally based in Basra and Baghdad. This brotherhood occupied a prominent station in the history of science and philosophy in Islam due to the wide reception and assimilation of their monumental encyclopaedia, the Rasa'il Ikhwan al-Safa' (Epistles of.
Plutarchus, De exercitatione, in P. de Lagarde, Analecta Syriaca. Leipzig-London,pp. – Studia Sinaitica: A. Smith Lewis, “Catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts in the Convent of S. Catharine on Mount Sinai,” Studia Sinaitica 1 (): 26– De plantis: Five translations, (). There were at least two Arabic translations circulating, an ancient version from the 9 th century, and a later one by Ishaq ibn Hunayn (d.
): see Annex 2. on the Metaphysics of Nicolaus of Damascus (3) but on the De plantis, which has recently been reconstructed from Hebrew sources (see Nicolaus Damascenus De Plantis: Five Translations, ).
The short treatise entitled That which the peripatetics and. Discourse on Plants) which is a short commentary on Liber de plantis, attributed to Aristotle, but actually written by Nicolaus Damascenus. In this book, he has studied the characteristics common to all plants and their differences.
Based on these characteristics, he has classified the plants and the. Author(s): Scaliger,Julius Caesar, Title(s): In libros duos, qui inscribuntur De plantis, Aristotele autore, libri duo.
Country of Publication: France. D.N. Hasse 1. Twelfth-Century Latin Translations of Arabic Philosophical Texts on the Iberian Peninsula. D.N. Hasse, Villa Vigoni, 27 June. On authorship see Lotte Labowsky, ’Aristoteles De plantis and Bessarion', Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies, 5 (), and B.
Hemmerdinger, ‘Le De plantis, de Nicolas de Damas à Planude', Philologus, (), cc1r Aristoteles [pseudo-]: De coloribus.Syntax; Advanced Search; New. All new items; Books; Journal articles; Manuscripts; Topics.
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