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Eine spätantik-alexandrinische Vorlesung über Galens De sectis in Ibn Hindūs Schlüssel zur Medizin (Miftāḥ al-ṭibb)*

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It is well known that Ibn Hindū used many ancient sources for his Miftāḥ al-ṭibb. This article deals with the second, third, fifth and sixth chapters of his work. Their content displays remarkable similarities with what the Alexandrian medical teachers, i.e. the so-called iatrosophists (5th–7th centuries AD), taught in their medical classrooms. A closer comparison with the preserved witnesses of their teaching shows that greater parts of the Miftāḥ al-ṭibb are based on a (lost) Arabic translation of a lecture on Galen’s De sectis which was held in Alexandria in late antique times.

Affiliations: 1: Berlin oliver.overwien@hu-berlin.de

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2017-11-22

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