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Usually a plural, fauces, in classical Latin. Haly Abbas was the name by which Europeans knew 'Alī ibn 'Abbās al-Majūsī (d. ca. 994), author of Kamil al-sina 'a altibbiya, “The Complete Medical Art,” which was twice translated into Latin: by Constantine the African (fl. 1080) under the title Liber pantegni, and by Stephen of Antioch in 1127 as the Liber regius. Best known as the Pantegni, it came to occupy a place in European medical literature second only to Avicenna’s Canon. See Vivian Nutton in Conrad 1995, pp. 113f., Bynum & Porter 1993, pp. 700f.