Constantinus Africanus (1010-1087)

A catalogue of Renaissance editions and manuscripts of the Pantegni. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 316-351.

Africanus, Constantinus (Übers.): Omnia opera Ysaac in hoc volumine contenta: cum quibusdam aliis opusculis. Lyon: Bartholomaeus Trot, 1515. [Isaak ben Salomon Israeli.]

Africanus, Constantinus: Constantini Africani post Hippocratem et Galenum, quorum - Graece linguae doctus - sedulus fuit lector, medicorum nulli prorsus, multis doctissimis testibus, posthabendi opera [...]. Basel: Henricus Petrus, 1536.

Africanus, Constantinus: Summi in omni philosophia viri Constantini Africani medici operum reliqua [...]. Basel: Henricus Petrus, 1539.

Baader, Gerhard: Zur Terminologie des Constantinus Africanus. In: Medizinhistorisches Journal 2 (1967), 36-53.

Bassan, Maurice: Chaucer’s „Cursed Monk“, Constantinus Africanus. In: Mediaeval Studies 24 (1962), 127-140; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 311-324.

Bayon, Henry Peter: The masters of Salerno and the origins of professional medical practice. In: Science, medicine and history. Essays on the evolution of scientific thought and medical practice written in honour of Charles Singer. 1. London: ?, 1953. S. 203-219; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 257-277.

Bos, G.: Ibn al-Ğazzār's Risāla fīn-nisyān and Constantine's Liber de oblivione. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 203-232.

Brye-Donnelly, E. de: Trois coups sur la nuque. In: Bulletin de l'Association des Anciens Elèves de l'Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales Avril (1997), 131-137.

Bumm, Anton: Die Identität der Abhandlungen des Isḥāk Ibn ʻAmrān und des Constantinus Africanus über die Melancholie. München: ?, 1903; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 65-95; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. I. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 237-267.

Burnett, Charles und Danielle Jacquart (Hg.): Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Leiden: Brill, 1994; Konstantin der Afrikaner und Ali ibn al-Abbas Al-Magūsī: Die Pantegni und verwandte Texte. Leiden: Brill, 1995. Rez.: P. Morpurgo: Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 46/137 (1996), 379-380; R. Kruk: BiOr 56,1-2 (1999), 231-232; G. M. Cooper: Journal of the American Oriental Society 118,3 (1998), 411-413; S. Carotti: Nuncius 10,1 (1995), 437-439; U. Weisser: ZGAIW 10 (1995/96), 351-357.

Burnett, Charles: The chapter on the spirits in the Pantegni of Constantine the African. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 99-120.

Cadden, J.: Meanings of sex difference in the Middle Ages: medicine, science, and culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1993.

Cadden, Joan: Meanings of sex difference in the middle ages. Medicine, science, and culture. Cambridge: ?, 1993. Rez.: G. Silagi: DAEM 50 (1994), 788-789. [Constantin Africanus und die Schule von Salerno.]

Chevalier, A. G.: Salerno. Zeittafel zur Geschichte von Salernor; Die Anfänge der Schule von Salerno; Constantinus Africanus und der Einfluß der Araber auf Salerno; Das „Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum“; Der Salernitaner Arzt; Notizen zum Thema „Salerno“. In: Ciba-Zeitschrift 5/56 (1937-1938), 1918-1948.

Corner, George W.: The rise of medicine at Salerno in the twelth century. In: Annals of Medical History 3 (1931), 1-16; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 303-318.

Creutz, Rudolf und Walter Creutz: Die „Melancholia“ bei Konstantinus Africanus und seine Quellen. Eine historisch-psychiatrische Studie. In: Archiv für Psychiatrie und Nervenkrankheiten 97 (1932), 244-269; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 312-337; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 116-141.

Creutz, Rudolf: Additamenta zu Konstantinus Africanus und seinen Schülern Johannes und Atto. In: Studien und Mitteilungen zur Geschichte des Benediktiner-Orderns 50 (1932), 420-442; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 288-310; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 92-114.

Creutz, Rudolf: Das Hochsalerno und seine „Civitas Hippokratica“. In: Die Medizinische Welt 16 (1942), 115-119; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 157-161.

Creutz, Rudolf: Der Arzt Constantinus Africanus von Montekassino. Sein Leben, sein Werk und seine Bedeutung für die mittelalterliche medizinische Wissenschaft. In: Studien und Mitteilungen zur Geschichte des Benediktiner-Orderns 47 (1929), 1-44; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 197-240; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 1-44.

Creutz, Rudolf: Der Cassinese Johannes Afflacius Saracenos, ein Arzt aus „Hochsalerno“. In: Studien und Mitteilungen zur Geschichte des Benediktiner-Orderns 48 (1930), 301-324; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 241-264; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 45-68.

Creutz, Rudolf: Der Magister Copho und seine Stellung im Hochsalerno. In: Sudhoffs Archiv 31 (1938), 51-60; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 147-156.

Creutz, Rudolf: Die Ehrenrettung Konstantins von Afrika. In: Studien und Mitteilungen zur Geschichte des Benediktiner-Orderns 49 (1931), 25-44; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 265-286; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 69-90.

Creutz, Rudolf: Die Hochblüte der Schule von Salerno im 12. Jahrhundert und ihre Koryphäen. In: Medizinische Welt 9 (1935), 1566-1570; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 142-146.

Daremberg, Charles: Recherches sur un ouvrage qui a pour titre Zad el-Mouçafir, en arabe, Éphodes, en grec, Viatique, en latin, et qui es attribué, dans les textes arabes et grecs, à Abou Djafar, et, dans le texte latin, à Constantin. In: Archives des missions scientifiques et litteraires, choix de rapports et instructions 2 (1851), 490-527; ND: Cahiers de Tunisie 123-124/31,1-2 (1983), 131-166; Ibn al-Jazzār (d. 369/979). Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 1-38. [Notices et extraits des manuscrits médicaux grecs et latins des pricipaux bibliothèques d’Angleterre.]

Falkenhausen, Vera von: Costantino Africano. In: Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani (DBI). Band 30: Cosattini-Crispolto. Ed. Alberto M. Ghisalberti. Rom: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1984. S. 320-324.

Ganszyniec, Ryszard: Stephanus, De modo medendi. Ein Beitrag zur Literatur von Hochsalerno. In: Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin 14 (1923), 110-113; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 298-301.

Green, M.: The re-creation of Pantegni, practica, Book VIII. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 121-160.

Häfeli-Till, Dominique: Der „Liber de Oculis“ des Constantinus Africanus. Übersetzung und Kommentar. Zürich: Juris, 1977.

Hettinger, Annette: Zur Lebensgeschichte und zum Todesdatum des Constantinus Africanus. In: DAEM 46 (1990), 517-529.

Ibn al-Jazzār (d. 369/979): Kitāb al-Iʻtimād fī’l-adwiya al-mufrada/ The Reliable Book on Simple Drugs. Introduction in Arabic and English by Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1985. [Das arabische Original des Liber de Gradibus von Constantinus Africanus; Hs. Ayasofya MS 3564 (folios 1-91, copied 1144 n. Chr.), Süleymaniye Bibliothek, Istanbul.]

Jacquart, D.: Le sens donné par Constantin l'Africain à son œuvre: les chapitres introductifs en Arabe et en Latin. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 71-89.

Jordan, M.: The fortune of Constantine's Pantegni. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 286-302.

Kappauf, Willy: Aus der Zahnheilkunde der Araber in der Überlieferung des Abendlandes. Leipzig: Diss., 1921; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 161-240.

Klibansky, Raymond, Erwin Panofsky und Fritz Saxl: Saturn und Melancholie. Studien zur Geschichte der Naturphilosophie und Medizin, der Religion und der Kunst. Übersetzt von Christa Buschendorf. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1992. Rez.: H. Delf: ZRGG 44 (1992), 376; W. von Koppenfels: Arbitrium 9 (1991), 259-261; W. Post: Orientierung. Katholische Blätter für weltanschauliche Information 55 (1991), 251-252. [Arabische Medizin und Astrologie, Avicenna, Averroes, Constantinus Africanus.]

Kristeller, Paul Oskar: Nuove fonti per la medicina salernitana del secolo XII. In: Rassegna storica salernitana 18 (1957), 61-75; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 237-251.

Kristeller, Paul Oskar: The school of Salerno. Its development and ist contribution to the history of learning. In: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 17 (1945), 138-194; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 356-412; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 180-236.

Lehmann, Hermann: Die Arbeitsweise des Constantinus Africanus und des Johannes Afflacius im Verhältnis zueinander. In: Archeion 12 (1930), 272-281; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 338-347; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 162-171.

Lehmann, Hermann: Zu Constantinus Africanus. In: Sudhoffs Archiv 24 (1931), 263-268; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 349-354; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 173-178.

Malato, Marco Tullio: Il cosiddetto „Liber Chirurgiae“ di Constantino l’Africano. In: Atti della IV Biennale della Marca per la Storia della Medicina. Fermo 28-29-30 aprile 1961. Ed. Mario Santoro. Fermo: ?, 1961. S. 279-284; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 305-310.

Marasco, Gabriele: Constantin l'African, l'abbaye du Mont-Cassin et le développement de la médecine en Occident. In: Culture arabe et culture européenne. L'inconnu au turban dans l'album de famille. (Colloque de Nantes ... 2000). Textes réunis par Malika Pondevie Roumane, François Clément, John Tolan. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2006. S. 59-80.

Martín Ferreira, Ana I.: Tratado médico de Constantino el Africano. Constantini Liber de elephancia. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, 1996. Rez.: M. Cabré i Pairet: Asclepio 49,2 (1997), 216-218.

Miled, Ahmed Ben: Ibn Al Jazzar: Constantin l’Africain. Tunis: Ed. Salammbô, 1987.

Montero Cartelle, Enrique: Le De elephancia de Constantin l'Africain et ses rapports avec le Pantegni. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 233-246.

Mosolff, Adolf: Zahnheilkundliche Randbemerkungen zu einem Viaticus-Text des Konstantin v. Afrika (Auszug.) Leipzig: Diss., 1924; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 273-296.

Muntner, Süssmann: Isaac Israéli, le premier médiateur de la médecne entre l’Orient et l’Occident (à l’occasion du millénaire de sa mort en Tunisie). In: Scalpel. Journal Belge des Sciences Médicales 106 (1953), 642-646; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. III. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 252-256.

Newton, F.: Constantine the African and Monte Cassino: new elements and the text of the Isagoge. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 16-47.

Nord, Karl: Zahnheilkundliches aus den Schriften Konstantins von Afrika. Leipzig: Diss., 1922; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 121-151; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 241-271.

Ronca, I.: The influence of the Pantegni on William of Conches's Dragmaticon. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 266-285.

Rzihacek-Bedö, Andrea: Die Schule von Salerno. In: Medizinische Wissenschaftspflege im Benediktinerkloster Admont. Wien: Oldenbourg, 2005, S. 76ff.

Saʼdi, Lutfi M.: Reflection of Arabian medicine at Salerno and Montpellier. In: Annals of Medical History 5 (1933), 215-225; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 319-329.

Schipperges, Heinrich: Constantinus Africanus. In: BBKL 16 (1999), 323-325.

Schipperges, Heinrich: Constantinus Africanus. In: Die Großen der Weltgeschichte. 3. Zürich: ?, 1973. S. 247-255.

Singer, Charles and Dorothea Singer: The origin of the medical school of Salerno, the first university. An attempted reconstruction. In: Essays on the history of medicine presented to Karl Sudhoff on the occasion of his seventieth birthday november 26th 1923. Ed. Charles Singer, Henry E. Sigerist. London: ?, 1924. S. 121-138; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 103-120; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. I. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 275-292.

Singer, Charles: A legend of Salerno. How Constantine the African brought the art of medicine to the Christians. In: The John Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 28 (1917), 64-69; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 96-101; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. I. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 268-273.

Steinschneider, Moritz: § 4.3. Constantinus Africanus. In: Archiv für pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und für klinische Medicin 39 (1867), 333-336; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 61-64. [Donnolo. Pharmakologische Fragmente aus dem X. Jahrhundert, nebst Beiträgen zur Literatur der Salernitaner, hauptsächlich nach handschriftlichen hebräischen Quellen.]

Steinschneider, Moritz: Constantin‘s liber de gradibus und Ibn al Ǧezzar‘s Adminiculum. In: Deutsches Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin und medizinischen Geographie 2 (1879), 1-22; ND: Texts and Studies on Islamic Medicine. Collected and Reprinted. VII. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1997. S.320-338. [Kitāb Iʻtimād al-adwiya al-mufrada.]

Steinschneider, Moritz: Constantinus Africanus und seine arabischen Quellen. In: Virchow‘s Archiv 37 (1866), 351-410; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 1-60; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. I. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 1-60.

Steinschneider, Moritz: Donnolo. Pharmakologische Fragmente aus dem X. Jahrhundert, nebst Beiträgen zur Literatur der Salernitaner, hauptsächlich nach handschriftlichen hebräischen Quellen. Berlin: Benzian, 1868; Virchows Archiv 38 (1867), 65-91; 39 (1867), 296-336; 40 (1867), 80-124; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. I. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 61-236.

Strohmaier, G.: Constantine's pseudo-classical terminology and its survival. In: Constantine the African and ʿAlī ibn al-ʿAbbās al-Mağūsī: the Pantegni and related texts. Ed. Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart. Leiden: Brill, 1994. S. 90-98.

Sudhoff, Karl: Constantin, der erste Vermittler muslimischer Wissenschaft ins Abendland und die beiden Salernitaner Frühscholastiker Maurus und Urso als Exponenten dieser Vermittlung. In: Archeion 14 (1932), 359-369; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 185-195; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 149-159.

Sudhoff, Karl: Die erste Tieranatomie von Salerno und ein neuer salernitanischer Anatomietext. In: Archiv für Geschichte der Mathematik, der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik 10/1 (1927/28), 136-154; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 74-92.

Sudhoff, Karl: Die medizinischen Schriften, welche Bischof Bruno von Hildesheim 1161 in seiner Bibliothek besaß, und die Bedeutung des Konstantin von Afrika im 12. Jahrhundert. In: Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin 9 (1916), 348-356; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 170-178; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 1-9.

Sudhoff, Karl: Die Salernitaner Handschrift in Breslau. (Ein Corpus medicinae Salerni). In: Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin 12 (1920), 101-148; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 11-59.

Sudhoff, Karl: Die vierte Salernitaner Anatomie. In: Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin 20 (1928), 33-50; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 93-110.

Sudhoff, Karl: Ein Handschriftenfund aus Salerno und Montpellier und ihren [!] Beziehungen um 1200. In: Janus. Archives internationales pour l’histoire de la médecine et la géographie médicale 31 (1927), 513-514; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 71-72.

Sudhoff, Karl: Konstantin der Africaner und die Medizinschule von Salerno. In: Sudhoffs Archiv 23 (1930), 293-298; ND: Constantinus Africanus (11th cent.) and his Arabic Sources. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. Hg. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 1996. S. 179-184; Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 143-148.

Sudhoff, Karl: Neues aus Salerno. In: Forschungen und Fortschritte 3 (1927), 279-280; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 69-70.

Sudhoff, Karl: Salerno und seine „neuen Meister“. In: Janus. Archives internationales pour l’histoire de la médecine et la géographie médicale 29 (1925), 182-186; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 64-68.

Sudhoff, Karl: Salerno, eine mittelalterliche Heil- und Lehrstelle am Tyrrhenische Meere. In: Prometheus (1921), 253-260; Sudhoffs Archiv 21 (1929), 43-62; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 123-142.

Sudhoff, Karl: Salerno, Montpellier und Paris um 1200. Ein Handschriftenfund. In: Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin 20 (1928), 51-62; ND: Constantinus Africanus and Arabic Medicine. The School of Salerno. Texts and Studies. Collected and Reprinted. II. Ed. Fuat Sezgin. Frankfurt: IGAIW, 2006. S. 111-122.

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