2 edition of Irish version of Gualterus de dosibus found in the catalog.
Irish version of Gualterus de dosibus
|Statement||by Shawn Sheahan.|
|Contributions||Sheahan, Shawn, 1901- ed., MacDuinnthshlébi, Cormac, fl. 1459. tr.|
|LC Classifications||R128 .G83 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||39021047|
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An Irish Version of Gualterus de Dosibus Author: Walter de Agilon/Galterius Agilinus File Description Shawn Sheahan. Translated into Irish by Cormac Mac Duinnshléibhe.
Electronic edition compiled and proofed by Beatrix Färber. Funded by School of History, University College, Cork. First draft. Extent of text: words Publication. Genre/Form: Academic theses Early works Texts Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gualterus Agilon, 13th cent.
Irish version of Gualterus de dosibus. An Irish version of Gaulterus de dosibus by Gualterus Agilon,Catholic University of America edition, in EnglishPages: An Irish Version of Gualterus de Dosibus Author: Walter de Agilon/Galterius Agilinus File Description Shawn Sheahan.
Electronic edition compiled and proofed by Beatrix Färber. Funded by School of History, University College, Cork. First draft. Extent of text: words Publication CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts: a project of University. Shawn Sheahan, An Irish Version of Gualterus de Dosibus.
English translation. An annotated electronic edition in TEI-XML based on Sheahan's translation. Title (book): An Irish version of Gaulterus de Dosibus This contains a typo, 'Gaulterus', and has been corrected in the electronic edition to 'Gualterus'.* I am very grateful to Mrs Maureen Crowley, Leap, Co.
Cork, a niece of Shawn Sheahan, who donated a copy of the book, for her kind permission to publish this material in electronic form on. An Irish Version of Gualterus de Dosibus. 1st ed. 1 volume; pages. Preface 9–13; Signs 15 (i.e.
variants common to a particular group of manuscripts); Abbreviations 17–19; Specimen pages of the MSS 21–25; Corrections 26; Introduction 27–44, Irish text with facing English translation 46–, Variants and Notes on Text – Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition An Irish Version of Gualterus de Dosibus Author: Walter de Agilon/Galterius Agilinus.
Shawn Sheahan edited and translated An Irish version of Gualterus De dosibus (Washington DC ) from this and other manuscripts (BL HarleyTCD (H 3 7); TCD (H 2 12)). The Latin text is mentioned (but was not edited) by Paul Diepgen, Gualteri Agilonis summa medicinalis: nach den Münchener Cod. lat.
und MS sources for Irish translations of 'De Dosibus Medicinarum' British Library, London, Harleyff1– (For details see Standish Hayes O'Grady, Catalogue of the Irish Manuscripts in the British Library, reprint, 2 vols (Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, ), – Book.
Full-text available. Shawn Sheahan, An Irish Version of Gualterus de Dosibus. English translation. An annotated electronic edition in TEI-XML based on Sheahan's translation.
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Smith, P.J. () Three historical poems ascribed to Gilla Cóemáin: a critical edition of the work of an eleventh-century Irish scholar (Münster). Sheahan used the text of five Irish manuscripts from the 15th and 16th centuries as basis for his translation.
The printed book was donated to CELT at University. ) entitled De dosibus medicinarum provides a concise introduction to the basic principles and operations of medieval pharmacy, and had been translated into Irish by (edited by Shawn Sheahan, An Irish version of Gaulterus De dosibus, Washington, D.
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De dosibus medicinarum, in the translation by Cormac MacDonlevy seu Rosa Medicinæ, Johannis Anglici: An early modern Irish translation of a section of the mediaeval medical text-book of John of Gaddesden, ed.
by Winifred Wulff, Irish Texts Society, 25 (London: Simpkin and Marshall, ), p. Shawn Sheahan, An Irish Version [by Cormac. 1a\. [Gualterus Agilon, De dosibus medicinarum.] Headed `In nomine Patris 7Fili 7Spiritu Sancti amen' (p.1, upper margin).
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II [ga]. and could, in turn, be further compounded. The Irish version of Gualterus de Dosibus, edited in by Shawn Sheahan, explains that, according to Avicenna, leighis aenda ‘sim-ple medicines’ are na leigis ag a fuilid oibrighti uilidhi no rannaidhi, no oibrighti cosmaile re h-oibrightibh uilidhi.Recent times.
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