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KÁROLY, László

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A Turkic medical treatise from Islamic Central Asia: A critical edition of a seventeenth-century Chagatay work by Subḥān Qulï Khan. Edited, translated and annotated by Lásló Károly.

Leiden: Brill, 2015.

"...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 author offers a critical edition of a seventeenth-century Central Asian medical treatise written by Sayyid Subhan Quli Khan Muhammad Bahadur khan in the Chagatay language. The edition includes a detailed introduction, a transcription of the original text for philological purposes, an annotated English translation, complete lexica of vocabulary, herbs and plants, minerals and chemicals, diseases and related terms, measures and units, personal names and Qur'anic verses, and finally two manuscripts in facsimile" (publisher).



Subjects: COUNTRIES, CONTINENTS AND REGIONS › Central Asia, ISLAMIC OR ARAB MEDICINE