3 edition of Secreta secretorum. found in the catalog.
|Series||The English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile,, no. 220|
|Contributions||Copland, Robert, fl. 1508-1547, tr.|
|LC Classifications||JC71.A41 C68 1528a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||71026095|
Secreta secretorum, preceded by an incomplete 'Büchlin des Kaiser-Rechts'. Written in a neat German script by the same hand throughout, the first work lines to a page, the second lines. Capitals, paragraph marks and headings in red, or underlined in red. Written on the inside of the wooden covers are versus (?) in Greek in three columns, unidentified and .
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While many programs scheduled through the end of May are cancelled or. Secretum Secretorum of Pseudo-Aristotle The Secreta secretorum. book of Secrets, or in Latin Secretum or Secreta Secretorum is a translation of the Arabic Kitab Sirr Al-Asrar, the Book of the Science of Government, on the Good Ordering of Statecraft.
The Author: Pseudo Secreta secretorum. book. The Secretum Secreta secretorum. book Secreta Secretorum (Latin for "The Secret of Secrets"), also known as the Kitab Sirr al-Asrar (Arabic: كتاب سر Secreta secretorum.
book , lit. "The Secret Book of Secrets"), is a pseudoaristotelian treatise which purports to be a letter from Aristotle to his student Alexander the Great on an encyclopedic range of topics, including statecraft, ethics, physiognomy, astrology.
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Philippus, Tripolitanus, translator Publication: [Antwerp: Mathias van der Goes, between and ] Language(s): Latin. Contents Contents. Secretum secretorum of pseudo-Aristotle. The Secret of secrets, or in Latin Secretum or Secreta secretorum is a translation of the Arabic Kitab sirr al-asrar, fully the Book of the science of government, on the good ordering of takes the form of a letter supposedly from Aristotle (and considered as such by medieval readers) to Alexander during.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Secretum secretorum. English. Secreta secretorum. Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum; New York, Da Capo Press, Much akin to Gesta was Secreta secretorum.
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c), Divinitus prolata iudicia sive premonita; Quedam alia summatim posita iudicia; in Latin ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM. [Rome, c] x mm. ii paper + 83 leaves + ii paper: 1. Header picture: (detail) MS Harley fv (), excerpt from the Secretum Secretorum This post follows from ‘Wheat from Chaff – ‘Bacon ciphertext’ (Decth., ) investigat secreta naturae.
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The Secrete of Secretes. Translated from the French (MS. Reg. 18 A. vij. B.M.) from Three Prose Versions of the Secreta Secretorum.
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This unusual diagram shows the different parts of the human eye as described in the medical treatise known as the 'Book of Macharias on the Eye.' The illustration names the seven 'tunics' and three 'humours' of the eye and shows their disposition within the head. This drawing is the only illustration in the entire manuscript.
James Yonge, known for his Hiberno-English translation of the Secreta secretorum, was a legal scribe and notary in early fifteenth-century Dublin. This thesis explores Yonge’s literary works, identifies his handwriting, and uses over eighty documents newly associated with the scribe to reconstruct his career and socio-professional : Theresa O'Byrne.
Three prose versions of the Secreta Secretorum / edited with an introduction and notes by Robert Steele and a glossary by T.
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manuscript Secreta secretorum en andere werken Aristoteles, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Paulus Orosius, Caius Sallustius Crispus Vlaanderen, 2e helf 15e eeuw. The Paperback of the Secretum Secretorum by Pseudo-Aristotle at Barnes & Noble.
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work on the Secreta. A more recent study of the European versions is M. Manzalaoui, 'The Secreta secretorum. The Medieval European Version of the 'Kitab Sirr-ul-Asrar' (Bulletin of the Faculty of Arts, Alexandria University, XV,pp.
5 P. Tannery, 'Notice sur des fragments d'onomatomancie arithmetique', Notices et ex. James or Jacobus Yonge (fl. –) was an Anglo-Irish translator, author, and civil servant.
Life. Yonge lived in Dublin and belonged to an English family settled in the Irish m Yonge, Archdeacon of Meath from towas possibly his brother. Both James and John Yonge (possibly an uncle) occur in the Irish patent and close rolls early in the fifteenth century.
The Secreta Secretorum is a pseudo-aristotelian treatise which purports to be a letter from Aristotle to his student Alexander the Great on an encyclopaedic range of topics, including statecraft, ethics, physiognomy, astrology, alchemy, magic, and medicine.
The legend of the transmission of this extraordinary book was documented in the Middle. Secretum Secretorum. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Secretum Secretorum, Cum Glossiset Notulis.
Steele, Robert. Published by Forgotten Books () ISBN ISBN New. Quantity Available: > - 'Liber de oculis, qui vocatur 'Salaracer id est secreta secretorum', England 14th/15th century (British Library, Sloanefol.
68r)'. The Venetian Marino Sanudo’s Secreta Fidelium Crucis, compiled between andis one of the major literary works of the later middle part of a genre of post ‘recovery literature’ designed to assist attempts to re-conquer the Holy Land, it escapes easy by: 1.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, is a fantasy novel written by British author J.K. Rowling, and the second novel in the Harry Potter series/5. This is the first full translation of Marino Sanudo Torsello's Secreta fidelium Crucis to be made into English.
The work itself is a piece of crusading propaganda following the fall of Acre inwritten between andbut it includes much of historical relevance along with interesting observations on the early history of Jerusalem and the Crusader : Peter Lock.
This work is a modern translation of James Yonge’s manuscript, The Gouernaunce of Prynces, which was originally completed by a Dominican scholar in Yonge’s text has been noted as one of the primary documents written during the English occupation of Ireland, but until now, his work was only available to scholars literate in Middle : Thesaurus secretorum curiosorum: in quo curiosa non solum ad omnes corporis humani cum internos, tùm externos morbos curandos, sed etiam ad cutis, faciei, aliarumque partium ornatum, formam, nitorem, & elegantiam conciliandos continentur secreta: quibus insuper quamplurima varii generis non minus curiosa, quàm utilia addita sunt secreta () (Reprint) and a great.
The early Spanish numerologists also used a book titled Secreta Secretorum (Secret of Secrets), also known as Kitab Sirr al-Asrar, which comes from a 9th century Arabic translation of a lost Greek was perhaps a letter from Aristotle to Alexander the Great - his student.
However, it became interpreted in different ways over the centuries and was a Author: Natalia Klimczak. The Secretum or Secreta Secretorum (Latin for "The Secret of Secrets"), also known as the Kitab Sirr al-Asrar (Arabic: كتاب سر الأسرار , lit.
"The Secret Book of Secrets"), is a pseudoaristotelian treatise which purports to be a letter from Aristotle to his student Alexander the Great on an encyclopedic range of topics, including statecraft, ethics, physiognomy, astrology.
Book Description. This is the first full translation of Marino Sanudo Torsello's Secreta fidelium Crucis to be made into English. The work itself is a piece of crusading propaganda following the fall of Acre inwritten between andbut it includes much of historical relevance along with interesting observations on the early history of Jerusalem and the Crusader Kingdom.
4to. [ 8 6 4].  leaves, the first blank. Text ends: meliorem et probabiliorem partem. Woodcut initial. ISTC ia; Goff A; BMC II ; GW Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Ferguson An-y (see main library entry for this item) Provenance: Augustus.
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The Secret of secrets, or in Latin Secretum or Secreta secretorum is a translation of the Arabic Kitab sirr al-asrar, fully the Book of the science of government, on the good ordering of statecraft. It takes the form of a letter supposedly from Aristotle (and considered as such by medieval readers) to.
The Secretum or Secreta Secretorum known as the Sirr al-Asrar, is a pseudoaristotelian treatise which purports to be a letter from Aristotle to his student Alexander the Great on an encyclopedic range of topics, including statecraft, physiognomy, alchemy and medicine.
The earliest extant editions claim to be based on a 9th-century Arabic translation of a Syriac translation of the lost. A collection of works by various pdf, compiled by Pdf. Partly in verse. Title page in red and black. The frontispiece is engraved and signed "T. Cross sculp:"; most of the illustrations are signed: Ro: Vaughan.
sculp. The last four leaves contain a table of contents and glossary. LC copy imperfect: lacking frontispiece. LC copy has bookplate of Henry Carrington Bolton. No .Download pdf. The present volume contains three versions of the Secreta Secretorum, the first from a shortened French source, the second from a Latin source.
The third text, perhaps the only lengthy work known written in the English of the Pale early in the fifteenth century, is so important, linguistically and historically, that Dr. Furnivall wishes it to be in the hands of students as soon .Secreta Secretorum: An Alchemical Ebook Of The Second Epistle That King Alexander Sent To His Master Aristotle: ISBN () Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, Several Works Of Unknown Alchemistical Philosophers.