Theodori Prisciani Euporiston libri III, cum physicorum fragmento et additamentis pseudoTheodoreis, editi a Valentino Rose ; accedunt Vindiciani Afri quae feruntur reliquiae Lipsiae 1894, pp. 428-463 (Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana).
This teatise has been preserved in many redactions, none of which corresponds to the original text. According to its preface, the text is based on Greek sources and deals with different parts of the human body and their functions (§1-17). The remaining chapters focus on conception, the importance of the number seven, embryology, and birth (§18-25). Faced with the impossibility of reconstructing a uniform text from the individual testimonia, Rose edited a version of the text that presents five versions transmitted by pre-Salernitan manuscripts in parallel. Sudhoff published two other redactions that are present in many late medieval manuscripts, and Schipper recently published a third that was edited and translated by Cilliers:
Vindiciani Gynaeciorum recensio Li: Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. 1118, 13th c., ff. 255v-256v.
Karl Sudhoff, «Zur Anatomie des Vindicianus. Handschriftenstudie», AGM, 8, 1915, p. 414-423 [417-423]
All the treatises transmitted by this codex were written by Galen or have been attributed to him; all likewise date to the Salernitan period. The explicit attributes the text of Vindicianus to Galen, where one reads Liber Galieni de anathomia. It only contains the chapters on anatomy and omits the final part dedicated to embryology and birth. The level of linguistic correction in the text accords with its status as a reproduction of the late-medieval period. [M. E. Vázquez Buján; tr. C. L. Caterine]