These manuscript notes were found amongst letters from April 1913, and most likely date from that period as they refer to research carried out by Smith and Bullock at that time.The notes refer to manuscripts of Hippocrates…
Bullock writes about various research subjects including: Arab period in Europe; the work of Ercolani regarding Moses of Palermo, Damascenus and Ippocras.
Smith writes about various subjects including: writing to Leon Moule; the health of Dr A S Lea; literature regarding the Arab Period in Europe; the works of Ippocras, Damascenus; the history of Sicily and Southern Italy.
Enclosures are mentioned…
Bullock writes about the results of his research on behalf of Smith, and encloses manuscript notes regarding historical Arab authors, including Abou-Obeide and Hadji Kalfa [Kâtip Çelebi]; and the works of Delprato regarding…
Bullock writes about the results of his research regarding Damascenus and Ippocras, including the works of Chaucer. Bullock comments on the work of scribes in the Middle Ages, and the difficulty of translating the manuscripts…
Smith writes to discuss the various sources and interpretations of the works of Ippocras and Damascenus.
Bullock writes about the results of his research on behalf of Smith, including consulting the works of Delprato, for information about Damascenus, Ippocras and Moses of Palermo. Bullock mentions the confusion about veterinary literature…
Smith writes about various subjects including: the works of Delprato regarding Ippocras, Hippocrates the Veterinarian and Moses of Palermo; the works of E L G Nebel. Smith mentions that he is working with the ‘Registers’…
Bullock writes about his research into the manuscripts of Delprato regarding Ippocras.
Smith writes to ask Bullock to translate a letter from Leon Moule, and to make extensive notes of the works of Delprato to aid his research. Smith mentions that he continues work with the ‘Registers’…
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