Ibn-al-Ǧazzār, Aḥmad Ibn-Ibrāhīm (932-1009)
A "small medicine book for poor people", probably written in the region of Venice/Northern Adriatic Sea; the work, written in Arabic in Hebrewscript, was completed on May 19, 1413, according to the date note. The manuscript was later probably part of a Jewish library that cannot be located more precisely; it was transferred to the Bernese Library at the end of the 18th/beginning of the 19th century, where it was evaluated by the Bernese theology professor Gottlieb Studer (1801-1889).
Online Since: 06/18/2020
- Anav, Zedaqyah Ben Abraham Ha-Rofe (Scribe) | Anav, Zedaqyah Ben Abraham Ha-Rofe (Former possessor) | Ibn-al-Ǧazzār, Aḥmad Ibn-Ibrāhīm (Author) | Studer, Gottlieb Ludwig (Annotator) Found in: Standard description