Alan Alain Touwaide has put up through academia.edu three sections of his from a recent publication:
A. Classen (ed.), Handbook of Medieval Studies. Terms, Methods, Trends, 3 vols. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010.
The sections are:
“Botany” op.cit., vol. 1, pp. 145-181.
“Pharmacy” op.cit., vol. 2, pp. 1056-1090.
“Pharmaceutical literature” op.cit., vol. 3, pp. 1979-2000.
If you don’t know Touwaide’s work, forgive me if I say “you should”.
The subject is the development of Latin European medicine, pharmacy and herbals, so the texts are pretty much limited to the Latin, Greek and Arabic works, as one would expect. The greatest number of works referenced are in German, but others are in English, French, Italian and Spanish.
The three might have been published especially for the needs of Voynich research, especially for those arguing the “all European content” position. The ‘pharmacy’ chapter even has a section on the history of pharmaceutical jars, and detailed bibliog. references to various auction catalogues and histories of the same.
typo ‘Alan’ corrected 6th April 2016