Bodleian Library, MS Pococke 368
folio 7v - figure I.1
folio 8 - figure I.I (Campanus ?)
folio 8 - figure I.I et I.2
folio 9v - figure I.22
folio 11 - figure I.47
folio 11v - figure VI.1
folio 13 - figure III.1
, MS Pococke 368.
Isaac ben Elijah ben Aaron ha-Kohen of Syracuse
Late ﬁfteenth century, Byzantine semicursive script.
folios 7v à 14r : Quelques figures des livres I à VI.
Ff. 194v–98v and 200r–202v contain extracts on astronomy and mathematics. Malachi Beit-Arie´ suggests that some of the extracts may be by Isaac ben Elijah Kohen, noting that the author of these same extracts also refers to his commentary on Euclid, which Beit-Arie´ implies might be Isaac’s text on intersecting lines reported above (Oxford, BodleianMS Mich. 400, ff. 39–44).
Isaac ha-Kohen’s Letter to Marco Lippomano: Jewish-Christian Exchange and Arabic Learning in Renaissance Italy, by Daniel Stein Kokin