Illustrations from

Kitāb al-diryāq, 1198-99

(Book of Potions)
Probably from northern Mesopotamia, in the Ayyubid Sultanate.


folio. 5, Medicine: Pharmacopoeia.



f. 15, Medicine: Pharmacopoeia.



f. 17, Heraclides of Taranto at the apothecary.



f. 22, Andromachus overseeing the harvest.



f. 27, Healing the favorite at the King's pavilion.



f. 19, Andromachus and man bitten by a snake.



f. 31, Proklos, Pythagoras & Heraclides of Taranto.



f. 32, Galien, Magnus Emesis & Philagrios.



f. 34, Marinos, Andromachus & young Andromachus.



f. 36, Protection by the stars.



f. 37, Protection by the stars.


Source: Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Paris, Ms. Arabe 2964

Referenced by CLOTHING The Saljuqs and the post-Saljuq period.



See also Illustrations from a 13th century Kitab al-Diryaq
Kitab al-Aghani (Book of Songs)
Seljuk Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers
Other 12th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers
Index of Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers