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Author: Averroës, 1126-1198.
Title: Averroeana being a transcript of several letters from Averroes an Arabian philosopher at Corduba in Spain, to Metrodorus a young Grecian nobleman, student at Athens in the years 1149 and 1150 : also several letters from Pythagoras to the King of India, together with his reception at the Indian court, and an account of his discourse with the King, and his gymnosophists, and his rules and precepts : his account of the power and efficacy of numbers, and magical uses thereof : to which is prefixt, a Latin letter by Monsieur Grinau, one of the Messieurs du Port Royal in France, to the ingenious Monsieur Gramont, merchant at Amsterdam, concerning the subject of these papers, and how they came to his hands : the whole containing matters highly philosophical, physiological, Pythagorical and medicinal, the work having been long conceal'd is now put into English for the benefit of mankind, and the rectification of learned mistakes.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Averroeana being a transcript of several letters from Averroes an Arabian philosopher at Corduba in Spain, to Metrodorus a young Grecian nobleman, student at Athens in the years 1149 and 1150 : also several letters from Pythagoras to the King of India, together with his reception at the Indian court, and an account of his discourse with the King, and his gymnosophists, and his rules and precepts : his account of the power and efficacy of numbers, and magical uses thereof : to which is prefixt, a Latin letter by Monsieur Grinau, one of the Messieurs du Port Royal in France, to the ingenious Monsieur Gramont, merchant at Amsterdam, concerning the subject of these papers, and how they came to his hands : the whole containing matters highly philosophical, physiological, Pythagorical and medicinal, the work having been long conceal'd is now put into English for the benefit of mankind, and the rectification of learned mistakes.
Averroës, 1126-1198., Pythagoras.

London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle ..., 1695.
Alternate titles: Correspondence. English. Selections
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Title page on microfilm copy begins with: Being a transcript of several letters.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- 15th-18th centuries.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A26259.0001.001

Contents
title page
Epistola Praefatoria ad Librum Se∣quentem; Scripta a Domino Gri∣nau ex praefectis Portus Regii in Gallia, ad Ingeniosum Domi∣num Gramont, Amstelodamae Mercatorem.
A Letter Prefatory to the Ensu∣ing Discourse, by Monsieur Grinau, one of the Messieurs de Porte Royal in France, to the Ingenious Monsieur Gramont, Merchant at Amsterdam.
THE CONTENTS
Metrodorus the Grecian to A∣verroes the Arabian, sendeth Health.
Averroes to Metrodorus.
Metrodorus,
Noble Metrodorus,
Averroes.
Metrodorus,
Averroes to Metrodorus.
Averroes to Metrodorus.
Metrodorus▪
Metrodorus,
The InKing's Letter to Py∣thago, upon his Arrival into that Country.
PythagoFirst Letter to thendian ••ng.
Second Letter.
I.
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VI.
VII.
VIII.
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X.
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XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
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XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXIV.
XXV.
XXVI.
XXVII.
XXVIII.
Third Letter.
Fourth Letter.
An Account of a Personal Discourse between Pythagoras the Indian King and his Gymnosophists, asserting the Truth of his Do∣ctrine, as 〈◊〉 as found in an An∣cient Latin Manuscript, attested by Averroes own Hand.