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Marguerite Hirt Raj
This is a book about doctors in Roman Egypt, about who they were, their daily activities both professional and lay, their standing and that of their profession within the society and the law.
Edited by Klaus-Dietrich Fischer, Diethard Nickel and Paul Potter
This collection of thirteen studies by leading experts is devoted to particular problems of the textual transmission of ancient medicine in papyri, manuscripts and printed books, and to select questions relating to the interpretation of these sources and their historical significance.
This edition of Greek literary papyri referring to surgery provides new information on a brilliant but not well-known period of the history of surgery and how this medical discipline was taught and practised in Greco-Roman Egypt
Edited by Armelle Debru
The 14 papers of this book represent the first attempt to explore systematically Galen's major contribution in the complex area of ancient pharmacology.
This book explores the concept of oral and bodily respiration in Antiquity, on the basis of the many developments which are found throughout Galen's immense work, with special attention to the development of his reasoning. This work represents a significant advance in understanding Galen's ...
This edition of Greek literary papyri dealing with ophthalmology provides new information about a brilliant but little known period in the history of the treatment of eye-diseases and on the practice of this medical field in Greco-Roman Egypt. Cette édition des papyrus littéraires grecs relatifs ...
Edited by J. Mogenet
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