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MICHAEL OF EPHESUS, (Michael Ephesius; Μιχαήλ Ἐφέσιος)

2 entries
  • 7240

Michaelis Ephesii scholia, idest, brevis sed erudita atque utilis interpretatio in IIII. libros Aristotelis De Partibus Animalium. Dominico Monthesauro Veronensi interprete. Nunc primmùm [sic.] in lucem edita.

Basel: Petrus Perna, 1559.

Michael of Ephesus, who completed his commentaries in or after 1138, was one of the principal Aristotelian scholars in a group organized in Constantinople by the Empress Anna Komnena. His commentary was translated into Latin by Domenico Montesauro, a physician of Verona. In the present edition Michael's work is followed (pp. 201-325) by a version in Latin of book I of the original Aristotle, with facing commentary, by the Padua philosophy professor Niccolo Leonico Tomeo (1456-1531). Digital facsimile from the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek at this link.

Subjects: Byzantine Zoology
  • 7144

Aristotle and Michael of Ephesus on the movement and progression of animals, translated, with Introduction and notes by Anthony Preuss.

Hildesheim & New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 1981.

The Commentaria in de motu et de incessu animalium by the Byzantine writer Michael of Ephesus are the only surviving commentaries in Greek on Aristotle's De motu animalium and De incessu animalium. This edition provides English translations of Aristotle's texts and Michael's commentaries, with detailed explanatory notes for both.

Subjects: Byzantine Zoology, Zoology, Natural History, Ancient Greek / Roman / Egyptian