fl. c. 1279
Italian translator who rendered a key text by ar-Razi (Rhazes; c. 865-c. 923) into Latin. Charles of Anjou, King of Sicily, commissioned Moses to translate a medical encyclopedia written by the Arab physician and philosopher. The translated encyclopedia, which in its Arabic form consisted of 10 volumes, appeared in Latin as Liber continens in 1279.
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