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Appendix. Latin into Hebrew—Twice Over! Presenting Latin Scholastic Medicine to a Jewish Audience (pp. 31–43)

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This appendix provides editions of the Latin and the Hebrew texts (both in Hebrew characters) carried by MS Lyon, Bibliothèque municipale 15, fols. 176v-173r, accompanied by the re-transliteration into Latin characters of the former and an English translation. The two central columns of each double-page spread reproduce each successive double-columned leaf. To the left of these columns, the appendix gives Francesc Garcia's original Latin text as reconstructed from the Hebrew transliteration next to it; to the right, it gives an English version of the Hebrew translation of Garcia's text. The numbers supplied in the far left column are editorial, meant to facilitate reference to individual sentences. Angle brackets have been used to indicate material that was evidently originally present in Garcia's Latin text but has now disappeared, either from the Latin and the transliteration or from the translation.

Keywords: English translation; European medieval intellectual history; Francesc Garcia; Hebrew text; Latin text



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