Pietro d'Abano

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Pietro d'Abano

Pietro d'Abano:

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, 1250?–1316?, Italian physician and philosopher, a professor of medicine in Padua. His famous work Conciliator differentiarum was an attempt to reconcile Arab medicine and Greek speculative natural philosophy and was considered authoritative as
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Simo's current amari drinks include Exile on Main Street (with Pierre Ferrand 1840 Cognac, Cardamaro, El Dorado and Scarlet Ibis rums, Benedictine, Angostura and Peychaud's bitters); Get Up and Go (Wild Turkey 101 Rye, Amaro Abano, Laphroaig Quarter Cask Scotch, Galliano Ristretto, orange and cinnamon bitters); and the double-barrelled amari Indecent Proposal (Rittenhouse rye, Cocchi vermouth Di Torino, Cynar, Nardini Amaro).
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A medieval Latin version glossed by Peter of Abano made it into print in 1478, but was quickly supplanted by fresh editions, translations, and commentaries by humanist scholars (see John Riddle's detailed survey in Catalogus translationem et commentariorum: Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries, IV, 1980).