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Medieval medicine : a reader

Author: Faith Wallis
Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2010. ©2010
Series: Readings in medieval civilizations and cultures, 15.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Medical knowledge and practice changed profoundly during the medieval period. In this collection of over 100 primary sources, many translated for the first time, Faith Wallis reveals the dynamic world of medicine in the Middle Ages that has been largely unavailable to students and scholars. The reader includes 21 illustrations and a glossary of medical terms."--pub. desc.
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ISBN: 9781442601697 1442601698 9781442601031 1442601035
OCLC Number: 1052831867
Description: xxvii, 563 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I. Medicina: Healers and Healing in Early Medieval Europe (500-1100) --
Chapter One: The Fragmented Heritage of Ancient Medicine --
I. The Alexandrian Curriculum in Latin Dress --
1. Isidore of Seville: The Canon of Medicine --
2. The Old Latin Commentary on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates --
3. Teaching the Alexandrian Curriculum in Sixth-Century Italy: Agnellus of Ravenna's Commentary on Galen's On Sects --
4. An Early Medieval Summary of Medical Theory: The Wisdom of the Art of Medicine --
II. Medical Practices in a Changing World --
5. An Encyclopedia of Practical Medicine from the Age of Justinian: Alexander of Tralles --
6. Galen Enlarged for Practice: Pseudo-Galen, Liber tertius on Pneumonia and Pleurisy --
7. Echoes of Methodism: "Aurelius" on Rabies --
8. Medical Self-Help for the Gentleman Traveler: The Medicine and Natural Remedies of "Pliny" --
9. A Late Antique Estate-Holder's Manual of Home Remedies --
10. The Doctor as Connoisseur of Pulses and Urines --
11. Prognosis and Prophecy --
Chapter Two: Christianity, Disease, and Medicine --
I. Saints as Healers --
12. A Sixth-Century Byzantine Saint Dispenses Medical Advice: Theodore of Sykeon --
13. The Medical World of Gregory of Tours: Plagues, Doctors, and Saints --
14. A Reluctant Bishop-Healer: John of Beverley --
15. A Carolingian Therapeutic Passion of Saints Cosmas and Damian --
II. Rituals of Healing --
16. St Sigismund, Patron of Sufferers from Fever --
17. "Prayers to the Earth and All Herbs" --
Chapter Three: Medicine in Early Medieval Courts and Cloisters --
I. The Doctor at Court --
18. The Court Physician in Ostrogothic Italy --
19. Dietary Advice for a Merovingian King --
20. Alcuin on the Doctors at Charlemagne's Court --
II. Monastic Medicine in the Early Medieval West --
21. The Care of the Sick at the Monastery of Vivarium --
22. Medical Injunctions in the Rule of St Benedict --
23. A Monastic Defense of Medicine against Rigorist Critics: The Lorsch Leechbook --
24. The Plan of St Gall: Medical Facilities within an Ideal Monastery --
25. Medicine, Morality, and Meditation in a Monastic Herb-Garden: Walahfrid Strabo's The Little Garden III. The Medical Networks of Missionaries and Bishops --
26. The Medical Networks of Eighth-Century Anglo-Saxon Missionaries --
27. Bishop Pardulus of Laon Dispenses Medical Advice --
28. Elias of Jerusalem Sends a Prescription to King Alfred of Wessex --
29. Letters of Medical Advice from Bishop Fulbert of Chartres and His Circle --
Chapter Four: A Regional Case Study: Medicine in Anglo-Saxon England --
30. Bald's Leechbook and Leechbook III --
Part II. Physica: The Advent and Impact of Academic Medicine (1100-1500) --
Chapter Five: Salerno: Medicine's "Theoretical Turn" and the Rationalization of Practice --
31. Tenth-Century Medicine: The Testimony of Richer of Rheims --
32. Constantine the African: The Romance of Translating Arabic Medicine --
33. Medical Theory and the Formation of the Articella (1): The Isagoge of Joannitius --
34. Medical Theory and the Formation of the Articella (2): Bartholomaeus of Salerno Comments on the Isagoge --
35. Salernitan Anatomy: The Second Salernitan Demonstration --
36. The Practice of Pharmacy Rationalized --
37. The Practice of Therapeutics Rationalized: The Practice of Medicine by Bartholomaeus of Salerno --
38. The Practice of Surgery Rationalized: The Surgery of Roger Frugard --
39. The Salernitan Tradition of Gynecology: The Trotula --
Chapter Six: Via scolaris: Medicine in the University --
I. Faculties and Curricula --
40. From Philosophy to Physic: Paris from the Late Twelfth Century to the Late Thirteenth Century --
41. Montpellier and the "New Galen" --
42. The "University of Arts and Medicine" at Bologna --
II. Medical Scholasticism in Action: Authoritative Texts and Academic Commentaries --
43. Is Medicine a Science? (1) Avicenna and His Commentator Gentile of Foligno --
44. Is Medicine a Science? (2) Arnau of Vilanova Argues that Medicine Transcends Theory --
45. Is Medicine a Science? (3) Henri of Mondeville on Progress in Medicine --
46. The Scholastic Quaestio: Aristotle vs. Galen on the Generation of the Embryo --
47. Academic Dissection as "Material Commentary" (1): Mondino de'Liuzzi --
48. Academic Dissection as "Material Commentary" (2): Anatomical Illustration --
49. Scholastic Medicine Popularized: Bartholomaeus Anglicus on Diseases of the Head and of the Mind Chapter Seven: Theory and Practice in Scholastic Medicine --
50. Signs and Diagnosis (1): Gilles of Corbeil on Urines --
51. Signs and Diagnosis (2): Epitome on Pulses --
52. Causes: The Case of Epilepsy --
53. Scholastic Therapeutics (1): Rhazes, Book for Almansor --
54. Scholastic Therapeutics (2) John of Gaddesden on Smallpox --
55. Scholastic Pharmacology: Bernard of Gordon --
56. A Primer on Bloodletting (1): Lanfranc of Milan's Scholastic Phlebotomy --
57. A Primer on Bloodletting (2): The "Sign Man": An Astrological Guide to Phlebotomy --
58. Is Surgery a Science? (1): Lanfranc of Milan Defends the Intellectual Dignity of Surgery --
59. Is Surgery a Science? (2): Henri of Mondeville Defends the Scientific Credentials of Surgery --
60. Is Surgery a Science? (3): Guy of Chauliac's History of Surgery --
61. A Surgical Sampler (1): Guy of Chauliac on the Treatment of Wounds --
62. A Surgical Sampler (2): Teodorico Borgognoni and the New Surgical Diseases --
63. A Surgical Sampler (3): Ophthalmic Surgery --
64. A Surgical Sampler (4): Surgical Anesthesia? --
Chapter Eight: Contested Frontiers of Scholastic Medicine: Medical Astrology and Medical Alchemy --
65. Panacea or Problem? (1): The Case for Medical Astrology --
66. Panacea or Problem? (2): Jacques Despars's Reservations about Medical Astrology --
67. Roger Bacon: Alchemy and the Medical Payoff of "Experimental Science" --
68. Bisticius: A Florentine Goldsmith and Medical Alchemist --
Part III. Medicine and Society (1100-1500) --
Chapter Nine: What is Disease? What is Illness? Doctors' Dilemmas and the Meaning of Suffering --
69. Interpreting Symptoms: The Difficult Case of Leprosy --
70. Metaphor and Malignancy: The Difficult Case of Cancer (1): Jean of Tournemire Diagnoses His Daughter's Breast Cancer and Receives Divine Medical Aid --
71. Metaphor and Malignancy: The Difficult Case of Cancer (2): Guillaume Boucher Treats a Parisian Lady with Breast Cancer --
72. The Enigma of Mental Illness 73. Prophecy and Healing: The Meaning of Illness According to Hildegard of Bingen --
Chapter Ten: Who Can Help? Physicians, "Empirics," and the Spectrum of Practitioners --
74. Should Clergy and Monks Practice Medicine? --
75. The Faculty of Medicine of Paris vs. Jacopa Felicie --
76. The Faculty of Medicine of Paris vs. Jean Domremi 77. Jewish Doctors: The Case of Provence Chapter Eleven: What Can They Do? Clinical Encounters in Medieval Europe --
78. The Doctor at the Bedside (1): Precept According to Archimatthaeus --
79. The Doctor at the Bedside (2): Precept According to Arnau of Vilanova --
80. The Doctor at the Bedside (3): Practice Illustrated by Guillaume Boucher --
81. Tried and True: Medical Experimenta ("Proven Remedies") by Arnau of Vilanova --
82. Customized Therapeutics: The Medieval Medical Consilium (1) --
83. Customized Therapeutics: The Medieval Medical Consilium (2): Gentile of Foligno --
84. The Special Challenges of Plague (1): The Report of the Paris Medical Faculty, October 1348 --
85. The Special Challenges of Plague (2): Guy of Chauliac on the Black Death --
86. The Special Challenges of Plague (3): John of Burgundy's Treatise on the Epidemic --
Chapter Twelve: The Ethics of Medical Care (1): Conscience and the Law --
87. Professional Character in the Early Middle Ages: Variations on Hippocratic Themes --
88. Ethics of Care in the Early Middle Ages: Christian Reflections --
89. Professional Conduct in the Later Middle Ages: From Character to Code --
90. Licensing and Accountability (1): Malpractice in Crusader Palestine --
91. Licensing and Accountability (2): Legislation Governing Doctors in the Thirteenth-Century Kingdom of Sicily --
92. Licensing and Accountability (3): Examining and Supervising Practitioners in Fourteenth-Century Valencia --
93. John Arderne's Advice on How to Determine the Fee, and Other Matters of Medical Etiquette --
Chapter Thirteen: The Ethics of Medical Care (2): Hospitals and the Provision of Charity --
94. The Organization and Ethos of a Medieval Hospital (1): The Jerusalem Hospital --
95. The Organization and Ethos of a Medieval Hospital (2): The Hôtel-Dieu in Paris --
96. The Organization and Ethos of a Medieval Hospital (3): A Twelfth-Century English Leper Hospital --
97. Medical Care in a Medieval Hospital (1): The Jerusalem Hospital --
98. Medical Care in a Medieval Hospital (2): John of Mirfield at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London --
Chapter Fourteen: The Cultivation of Health: Lifestyle, Regimen, and the Medical Self --
99. Lifestyle Advice for All (1): The Salerno Regimen of Health --
100. Lifestyle Advice for All (2): Aldobrandino of Siena on Health throughout the Life Cycle --
101. Lifestyle Advice, Customized (1): The Army on Campaign --
102. Lifestyle Advice, Customized (2): A Physician of Valencia Advises His Sons, Who Are Studying in Toulouse --
103. Medicalizing the Table and the Home: The Tacuinum sanitatis --
104. Medicalizing Sex: Constantine the African --
Chapter Fifteen: Satires and Critiques of Medicine --
105. Dr Galen and Burnel the Ass --
106. Petrarch Lashes Out against the Doctors --
107. The Doctor as Comic Relief in the Croxton Play of the Sacrament
Series Title: Readings in medieval civilizations and cultures, 15.
Responsibility: edited by Faith Wallis.

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"Medical knowledge and practice changed profoundly during the medieval period. In this collection of over 100 primary sources, many translated for the first time, Faith Wallis reveals the dynamic world of medicine in the Middle Ages that has been largely unavailable to students and scholars. The reader includes 21 illustrations and a glossary of medical terms."--pub. desc.

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