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Constantyn

(fl. 1065—1085)


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(fl. 1065–85).

Born in Carthage, Constantine was the first important translator of medical treatises from Arabic into Latin. His early biography is obscure, but he is known to have converted ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (Early and Medieval).


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