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Textes de FRÖHLICH, Ida HAMIDOVIC, David BELLUSCI, Alessia CROSIGNANI, Chiara SAWICKA-SYKES, Sophie LUNN-ROCKLIFFE, Sophie BAILEY, Anne E. ESCOBAR VARGAS, M. Carolina OCKENSTRÖM, Lauri SAIF, Liana TRENERY, Claire

Demons and Illness in Second Temple Judaism: Theory and Practice
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.
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FRÖHLICH, Ida

Méd. ancienne : médecine de l'Orient

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Illness and Healing through Spell and Incantation in the Dead Sea Scrolls
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 97-110
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HAMIDOVIC, David

Méd. ancienne : médecine de l'Orient

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Oneiric Aggressive Magic: Sleep Disorders in Late Antique Jewish Tradition
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.
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BELLUSCI, Alessia

Méd. ancienne : médecine de l'Orient

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

The Influence of Demons on the Human Mind According to Athenagoras and Tatian
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 175-191
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CROSIGNANI, Chiara

Méd. ancienne : médecine de l'Orient

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Demonic Anti-Music and Spiritual Disorder in the Life of Antony
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 192-214
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SAWICKA-SYKES, Sophie

Méd. ancienne : médecine de l'Orient

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Over-eating Demoniacs in Late Antique Hagiography
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 215-234
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LUNN-ROCKLIFFE, Sophie

Méd. ancienne : médecine de l'Orient

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Miracles and Madness: Dispelling Demons in Twelfth-Century Hagiography
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 235-255
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BAILEY, Anne E.

Méd. ancienne : médecine médiévale

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Demons in Lapidaries? The Evidence of the Madrid MS Escorial, h. I. 15
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 256-270
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ESCOBAR VARGAS, M. Carolina

Méd. ancienne : médecine médiévale

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Demons, Illness and Spiritual Aids in Natural Magic and Image Magic
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 291-312
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OCKENSTRÖM, Lauri

Méd. ancienne : médecine médiévale

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Between Medicine and Magic: Spiritual Aetiology and Therapeutics in Medieval Islam
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 313-338
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SAIF, Liana

Méd. ancienne : médecine médiévale

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Demons, Saints, and the Mad in the Twelfth-Century Miracles of Thomas Becket
La 4e de couverture indique : "In many near eastern traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam, demons have appeared as a cause of illness from ancient times until at least the early modern period. This volume explores the relationship between demons, illness and treatment comparatively. Its twenty chapters range from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt to early modern Europe, and include studies of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They discuss the relationship between 'demonic' illnesses and wider ideas about illness, medicine, magic, and the supernatural. A further theme of the volume is the value of treating a wide variety of periods and places, using a comparative approach, and this is highlighted particularly in the volume's Introduction and Afterword. The chapters originated in an international conference held in 2013"
Publié dans : Siam Bhayro and Catherine Rider / Demons and illness from antiquity to the early-modern period. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 433 p.. Pages : 339-358
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TRENERY, Claire

Méd. ancienne : médecine médiévale

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017

Madness in the Middle Ages
Londres, Routledge, 392 p.
Publié dans : EGHIGIAN, Greg / The Routledge History of Madness and Mental Health. Pages : 62-80
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TRENERY, Claire, HORDEN, Peregrine

Méd. ancienne : médecine médiévale

fiche entrée le 08/09/2017