Corpus alchemicum Arabicum, Vol. 1 : Book of the explanation of the symbols Kitab Hall ar-Rumuz
- Zurich, Switzerland Living Human Heritage Pubs. c1999
- 205p.; bibliog. refs.; bibliog.
- (Corpus Alchemicum Arabicum: CALA I) .
Translation by Salwa Fuat and Theodor Abt.. Foreword includes history of various 20th-century editions of and commentaries on the Hall ar-Rumuz.
Introduction. 1 The Corpus Alchymicum Arabicum (CALA). 2 Muhammad Ibn Umail and his significance for our time. 3 The Hall ar-Rumuz--a synoptic view. 4 The edition. 5 The translation. Overview of the manuscripts of the Hall ar-Rumuz. Book of the explanation of the symbols by Muhammad Ibn Umail. Facsimiles of the four manuscripts. Text endings of the manuscripts A and B. Text ending of manuscript G. Apparatus
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