Galen, Method of Medicine, Volume II

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Boulogne (2009), pp. 11, 31, draws upon these three MSS, and also upon three others as well as two fragmentary MSS for his translation. We have included no references to these other five in our textual notes.

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Abbreviations

CeCelsus. De Medicina. Translated by W. G. Spencer. Loeb Classical Library. 3 vols. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1935–1938.
CMGCorpus Medicorum Graecorum Cu Nicholas Culpepper. The English Physician Enlarged (Culpepper’s Herbal). London: Folio Society, 2007 [1653].
DDioscorides. The Greek Herbal of Dioscorides, translated by John Goodyer [1653]. Edited by R. T. Gunther. New York: Hafner, 1968 [1933].
EANSThe Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientists. Edited by P. T. Keyser and G. L. Irby-Massie. London: Routledge, 2008.
GGalen. References to the MM are indicated by the Kühn page number; references to other Galenic works are indicated by the Kühn volume and page numbers. His three major pharmacological treatises are De simplicium medicamentorum temperamentis et facultatibus, XI.379– 892K and XII.1–377K; De compositione medicamentorum secundum locos, XII.378–1007K and XIII.1–361K; De compositione medicamentorum per genera, XIII.362–1058K.
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