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Deutsch: Darstellung einer Weinlese im Herbstbild (Autumpnus) des Tacuinum Sanitatis, fol. 54 verso (Codex Vindobonensis Series nova 2644, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek). Nach Ibn Botlans Text ist der Herbst gemäßigt kalt im zweiten Grad. Zu bevorzugen sei seine Mitte und am besten wandelt er sich stufenweise (etwa zu kalt und feucht). Er schadet Menschen mit gemäßigter Kompexion und schwächlichen Naturen. Dagegen helfen Bäder. Der Herbst fördert darüber hinaus die Schwermut. Er nützt Personen mit warmer und feuchter Komplexion, Jugendlichen und Kindern in warmen und feuchten Gegenden. Nach anderer Ansicht in gemäßigten Breiten
English: Autumn (Autumpnus)
  • Nature: Moderately cold in the second degree.
  • Optimum: Its central period.
  • Usefulness: when one proceeds gradually toward opposites, ar for example, toward warmth and dampness.
  • Dangers: It is harmful to moderate temperatures and to those predisposed toward consumption.
  • Neutralization of the Dangers: By the application of moist elements, and with baths.
  • Effects: Increases melancholy humors. It is suitable to warm and damp temperaments, to the young and adolescent, in warm and damp regions, or in temperate areas.
Français : Automne (Autumpnus)
  • Nature: Assez froid dans au second degré.
  • Optimum: Sa période centrale.
  • Usage: lorsque l'on évolue graduellement vers les contraires, par exemple, vers la chaleur et l'humidité.
  • Dangers: Il est dangereux aux températures modérées et pour ceux qui prédisposés à la consomption.
  • Neutralisation des dangers: par l'application d’éléments humides et par des bains.
  • Effets: Accroît l’humeur mélancolique. Il est adapté aux tempéraments chauds et humides, aux jeunes et aux adolescents, au temps des régions chaudes et humides, ou dans les zones tempérées.
Date circa 1390(1390)
Source Tacuinum sanitatis in medicina. Codex Vindobonensis Series nova 2644 der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek Graz: Akademische und Druck- und Verlagsanstalt 2004 ISBN 3-201-01831-7 (Scan von Schutzumschlag). Kommentar von Franz Unterkircher S. 92
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