Isagoge ad Artem paruuum Galeni (transl. by Constantinus Africanus)
Aphorismata (transl. by Constantinus Africanus)
Prognostica cum commento Galieni (transl. by Constantinus Africanus)
Liber pulsuum (preface)
Tegni (Ars parua)
CCCC MS 364 contains a collection of medical tracts by Greek, Roman and Byzantine authors copied in the early thirteenth century, including Latin translations of the Tegni of Galen, the Aphorismata and Prognostica of Hippocrates, as well as the Liber urinarum of Theophilus and part of the Liber pulsuum of Philaretus. The manuscript was donated to St Augustine's, Canterbury by the monk William de Elham (fl. c. 1300), who gave a number of other volumes to the abbey. It was still at St Augustine's in the fifteenth century, where it appears in a library catalogue and, presumably, passed from that institution more or less directly into Parker's collection.