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Medical synonym lists from medieval Provence : Shem Tov ben Isaac of Tortosa : Sefer ha-Shimmush, Book 29.

Shem Tov ben Isaak, of Tortosa, (Author). Bos, Gerrit, 1948- (Added Author). Abū al-Qāsim Khalaf ibn ʻAbbās al-Zahrāwī,-1013? Taṣrīf li-man ʻajiza ʻan al-taʼlīf. (Added Author).
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Subject: Shem Tov ben Isaac, of Tortosa. Sefer ha-Shimmush. Book 29.
Shem Tov ben Isaak, of Tortosa, active 13th century Sefer ha-Shimmush. Book 29.
Medicine, Medieval > Terminology.
Plants in the Bible > Terminology.
Plants in rabbinical literature > Terminology.
Hebrew language, Medieval > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Aramaic language > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Provençal language > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Arabic language > Transliteration into Hebrew.
Latin language, Medieval and modern > Transliteration into Hebrew.
Provençal language > Transliteration into Hebrew.
Medicine, Arabic > history.
Terminology as Topic.
Plants, Medicinal.
Religion and Medicine.
History, Medieval.
France.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9789004167643
  • ISBN: 9004167641
  • ISBN: 9789004181113
  • ISBN: 9004181113
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (ix, 542 pages) : color illustrations.
  • Publisher: Leiden ; Brill, 2010.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. General Overview and Preliminaries; 2. Medieval Synonym Lists in Hebrew Characters; 3. Shem Tov's Synonym Lists in the Sefer ha-Shimmush; 4. How Shem Tov's Synonym Lists Were Compiled; 5. The Vernacular Element; 6. The Edition and the Commentary; Bibliography; EDITION OF SEFER HA-SHIMMUSH, BOOK 29, SYNONYM LIST 1; Plates.
Summary: This critical edition and lexicological analysis of the first of the two glossaries of Book 29 of Shem Tov ben Isaac's "Sefer ha-Shimmush" contains more than 700 entries and offers an extensive overview of the formation of medieval medical terminology in the romance (Old Occitan and in part Old Catalan) and Hebrew languages, as well as within the Arabic and Latin tradition.
Language Note: Contains lists of terms in Hebrew, Aramaic and Provencal, with their equivalents in Arabic, Latin and Provencal transliterated into Hebrew; commentary in English.
Source of Description Note: Print version record.
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