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Search results for "Aristotle | 384-322 BC | ancient Greek philosopher and scientist" (9 matches)

Title Abstract Repository Date Added
Aristotle, ItalyAristotle, Italy papers, 15th century, comprise fragments of a single leaf containing part of Leonardo Bruni's translation into Latin of Aristotle's N...Senate House Library, University of London2008-08-18
Collected Texts (Bavarian, 1471)Manuscript volume, dated 1471: Sammelhandschrift, a collection of miscellaneous texts, comprising (1) Calendar for the year 1471 (German), followed by...University College London2001-10-18
Dawes Hicks PapersPapers of George Dawes Hicks, 1880s-[1928] and undated, mainly comprising typescript and manuscript texts of his lectures at University College London...University College London2020-06-17
Four Last Things and Other TextsManuscript volume, dated 1456, comprising miscellaneous texts: Von Den Vier Letzen Dingen, or Quatuor Novissima (on the Four Last Things); poem on dea...University College London2001-08-09
Medieval manuscript fragments, mainly relating to lawFive fragments of Latin mediaeval manuscripts, formerly pastedowns, details as follows:1. Fragment of a leaf containing part of a legal tract entitled...Senate House Library, University of London2002-03-19
Meteorological Treatise attributed to AristotleManuscript volume, 15th century, containing a treatise on meteorology, attributed to Aristotle: Breve ac perutile Philosophiae naturalis commentum inc...University College London2001-10-18
MYNORS, Sir Roger Aubrey Baskerville (1903-1989)Papers of Sir Roger Aubrey Baskerville Mynors, c 1958-1972, including working papers, commented typescripts of Latin translations of Aristotle, and co...Warburg Institute2008-04-25
Sancto Alexandro, Petrus Joannes Jacobus Philosophia naturalis juxta mentem D. Thomae et Aristotelis. Vol. I. Disputatio in octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis, seu pars prima Philosophiae N...Wellcome Library2009-04-26
Sancto Luca, Ludovicus 'Stemma physiologiae': lectures on Aristotle's 'Physica', recorded as "dictante R. P. Ludovico Sancto Luca. Transcripsit Joannes Chrysostomus Co...Wellcome Library2009-04-25

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