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A Turkic Medical Treatise from Islamic Central Asia : A Critical Edition of a Seventeenth-Century Chagatay Work by Sub?an Qulï Khan.

By: Series: Brill's Inner Asian LibraryPublisher: Boston : BRILL, 2014Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (462 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9789004284982
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Turkic Medical Treatise from Islamic Central Asia : A Critical Edition of a Seventeenth-Century Chagatay Work by Sub?an Qulï KhanDDC classification:
  • 950
LOC classification:
  • RC71
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- A Turkic Medical Treatise from Islamic Central Asia: A Critical Edition of a Seventeenth-Century Chagatay Work by Subhān Qulï Khan -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Medicine among the Turks -- 1.2 The author -- 1.3 Medical works of Subhān Qulï -- 1.4 The manuscripts -- Tabīblik kitābï (TK) -- Hulāsat al-hukamā' (HH) -- 1.5 Technical remarks for the edition -- Transcription -- Translation -- Lexica -- Facsimiles -- 1.6 The medical system of Subhān Qulï -- Sources used by Subhān Qulï -- The structure of the treatise -- Fundamental medical theories -- Graeco-Islamic medicine -- Divine medicine -- Popular medicine -- Non-medical thoughts of Subhān Qulï -- 1.7 Materia medica -- 1.8 Drugs and other medical substances -- 1.9 Names of diseases -- 2 Bibliography -- 3 Transcription -- 4 Translation -- 5 Lexica -- 5.1 Vocabulary -- 5.2 Herbs/Plants -- 5.3 Minerals and chemicals -- 5.4 Diseases and related terms -- 5.5 Measures and units -- 5.6 Personal names -- 5.7 Qur'ānic verses -- 6 Facsimiles -- 6.1 Török O. 38 -- 6.2 436/III.
Summary: This is the first serious study on seventeenth-century Central Asian medicine that provides a major resource for the linguistic and cultural history of Central Asia. The richly annotated English translation from the Chagatay original makes the edition useful for readers without special knowledge on medical history and Turkic studies. The edition includes an introduction, a transcription, an annotated English translation, seven lexica and two manuscripts in facsimile.
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Intro -- A Turkic Medical Treatise from Islamic Central Asia: A Critical Edition of a Seventeenth-Century Chagatay Work by Subhān Qulï Khan -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Medicine among the Turks -- 1.2 The author -- 1.3 Medical works of Subhān Qulï -- 1.4 The manuscripts -- Tabīblik kitābï (TK) -- Hulāsat al-hukamā' (HH) -- 1.5 Technical remarks for the edition -- Transcription -- Translation -- Lexica -- Facsimiles -- 1.6 The medical system of Subhān Qulï -- Sources used by Subhān Qulï -- The structure of the treatise -- Fundamental medical theories -- Graeco-Islamic medicine -- Divine medicine -- Popular medicine -- Non-medical thoughts of Subhān Qulï -- 1.7 Materia medica -- 1.8 Drugs and other medical substances -- 1.9 Names of diseases -- 2 Bibliography -- 3 Transcription -- 4 Translation -- 5 Lexica -- 5.1 Vocabulary -- 5.2 Herbs/Plants -- 5.3 Minerals and chemicals -- 5.4 Diseases and related terms -- 5.5 Measures and units -- 5.6 Personal names -- 5.7 Qur'ānic verses -- 6 Facsimiles -- 6.1 Török O. 38 -- 6.2 436/III.

This is the first serious study on seventeenth-century Central Asian medicine that provides a major resource for the linguistic and cultural history of Central Asia. The richly annotated English translation from the Chagatay original makes the edition useful for readers without special knowledge on medical history and Turkic studies. The edition includes an introduction, a transcription, an annotated English translation, seven lexica and two manuscripts in facsimile.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.

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