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The Tetrabiblos examines the influence of the stars on human affairs.

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The author elucidates the sections of Leviticus and Deuteronomy concerning the Mosaic laws of kashrut, specifically those pertaining to birds. Norrelius was the librarian of the Royal Academy, and his learning is evident in these pages: he attests…

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"Medical leaves is dedicated to a study of Jewish medical history and contemporary Jewish medical problems …One of the most pressing problems confronting the Jewish physicians in this country today is that of medical Jewish refugees ……

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"This book is a brief exposition of those aspects of Jewish life which have special significance for the woman … it focuses the attention only on those fundamentals with which every modern Jewish woman should be familiar." – Preface.…

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This manuscript version of Isaac Israeli’s treatise on urine is part of a larger compilation of texts which was probably used by a German medical student (the binding is typical of German craftsmanship and materials). The lack of embellishment…

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This work is also attributed to Haly Abbas. Also included in this volume are Constantine the African’s De Stomacho (On Diseases of the Stomach) and Marbode’s De Lapidibus (On Stones). This volume is bound in a vellum leaf of manuscript,…

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This document bestows legal, religious, and commercial privileges on foreign merchants and the Jewish community in the cities of Pisa and Livorno. Section 18, on the right hand page, grants Jews the right to practice medicine, and section 20 grants…

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The Viaticumis a systematic and detailed medical handbook originally written in Arabic and translated at least 3 times into Hebrew. Its popularity in medieval Europe is well-documented. The Latin translation on view here is almost certainly the work…

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Bernard de Gordon taught in the medical faculty at Montpellier, which was a refuge for Jewish students from Spain. The Lilium Medicinae, written in 1303 and first printed in Naples in 1480, must have been well-known and well-used, as there were 7…
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