The Medieval Hospital and Medical Practice

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Barbara S. Bowers
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - 258 σελίδες
Chapters in this volume are: 'On Doing Medieval Medical Research', 'Physical Evidence: Archaeology and Architecture Technology', 'New Approaches to Written Sources' and 'The Monastic Connection'.
 

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The Archives and Library of the Sacre Infermeria Malta
19
Historical Research Developments on Leprosy in France
41
Burial of the Sick Poore
59
midfourteenth century found in London
75
seventeenthcentury engraving
93
of the fittings of the medieval infirmary showing the choir screen
99
Function and Epidemiology in Filaretes Ospedale Maggiore
107
Civitates Orbis Terrarum 1572
117
Byzantine Hospital Manuals Iatrosophia as a Source
147
Medieval Monastic Customaries on Minuti and Infirmi
175
Challenging the Eye of Newt Image of Medieval Medicine
195
Knighthood and Leprosy
209
1a Seal of the Lepers of St Lazarus of Jerusalem reverse
213
The Infirmaries of the Order of the Temple in
225
Historia Major before 1253
227
Index
253

Religion and Discipline in the Hospitals of Thirteenthcentury France
123

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Barbara S. Bowers received her PhD in 2002 from Ohio State University and is currently Secretary of AVISTA.

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