Medicina

Dépouillement de Medicina nei secoli

vol 11(1), 1999 - Cote BIU Santé Médecine : 96.633

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ROSELLI, Amneris. Suida ed Eustasio su Ippocrate, Epidemie VI 4.18 : Hydor boron kai agrypnie boron

An Hippocratic aphorism from Epidemics VI 4.18 quoted in two Byzantine scholarly works testify the wide influence of alexandrian commentaries on this difficult treatise in Byzantine cultivated society

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Marti, Lionel. Recherche d'un remède contre le mal-ekkêtum
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Ziegler, Nele. Les vaisseaux sanguins et Enûma elis
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Stevanovic, Divna. Izucavanje antickih medicinskih autora danas : susret klasicne filologije i medicine [La recherche de la médecine antique aujourd'hui : la rencontre de la philologie classique et de la médecine]

En serbe

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FORTUNA, Stefania. I procedimenti anatomici e la traduzione latina di Demetrio Calcondila

The Anatomical Procedures is Galen's most complete treatise on anatomy, which the Western culture came to know only in the Renaissance. Its first Latin translation was made by Demetrius Chalcondylas (1423-1511). He was a teacher of some translators of the ancient Greek physicians, and an owner of many Greek medical manuscripts. The translation by Chalcondylas was revised and published by Berengario da Carpi in 1529, and was reprinted only once, in 1531. Its philological analysis proves that it depends on a Greek manuscript, a copy of Par. Gr. 1849, which is now lost. The humanist physician Nicolo Leoniceno knew the translation by Chalcondylas before it was published, for he quoted it in his Apologia printed in 1522. Therefore, this translation circulated as a manuscript, which was so far ignored.

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Boschung, Urs. Der hippokratische Eid - Überlieferung, Wirkungsgechichte und medizinhistorische Interpretation
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GELLER, Mark J. West Meets East : Early Greek and Babylonian Diagnosis

"Certain early treaties in the Corpus Hippocraticum show clear parallels with Babylonian medicine, in both form and content."

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Luciani, Didier. Concevoir un enfant. Que dit la Bible?
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CRISCIANI, Chiara. Ethique des consilia et de la consultation : à propos de la cohésion morale de la profession médicale (XIIIè-XIVè siècle)
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SKODA, Françoise. Les notions d'utilité et de nocivité dans la médecine grecque et leur expression lexicale
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Stevanovic, Divna. Hipokrat i Galen na Sorboni

En serbe Présentation des études hippocratiques et galéniques en France, plus précisément à la Sorbonne

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MENGHI, Martino. Erotic temperance : fortune and developement of an epicurian suggestion in the imperial roman age

The purpose of this writing is to follow the course of an idea, namely that of erotic temperance, which the Epicureans most probably derived as a corollary of their originary ethics. It was during the imperial Roman age that such an idea met a certain audience for different reasons, two of which at least cannot remain unnnoticed. The first reason was the theoretical and clinic support given to this idea by such Epicurean oriented physicians as Rufus and Soranus, and by Areteus ; the other one should have been the meeting of the notion of erotic temperance with such ethical principles as the moderation, the control of the passions, the impassibility of man towards life events, and a new vision the relationship between husband and wife, which entered into the pattern of the gentleman's behaviour during the imperial age contributing to the starting of a new ethics. But, if erotic temperance represented on the one hand an ideal for the cultivated class of Roman imperial society, it was on the other perceived as a scrupulously observed realty by Germans, and as one of the principal reasons of their physical and moral energy. Futhermore, the ideal of a severe erotic control of the early Christians offer precise evidence, will represent an important ground of agreement for theirs and contemporary pagan ethics.

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BOUDON, Véronique. Galenska teorija o vidu : boje tela i boje tecnosti

En serbe Traduction de "La théorie galénique de la vision: couleurs du corps et couleurs des humeurs" (publié IN Couleurs et visions dans l'Antiquité classique / Laurence Villard (Ed.), Rouen : Publications de l'université de Rouen, 2002)

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Artus, Olivier. Guérir et sauver dans l'Ancien Testament
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Berner-Hürbin, Annie. Hippokratischer Eid und antike Heilkunst
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DEMONT, Paul. L'édition Vigoreus (1555) du traité hippocratique De humoribus et d'un "commentaire de Galien" à ce traité (= [Galien], De humoribus, XIX, 485-496 Kühn), avec la traduction du De humoribus galénique
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Mouton, Alice. Quand la reine hittite vit en rêve l'herbe qui pouvait soigner Mon Soleil
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Stevanovic, Divna. Adresa istorije medicine

En serbe Présentation de la chaire de l'histoire de la médecine à l'EPHE

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MAC VAUGH, Michael R. Le coût de la pratique et l'accès aux soins au XIVè siècle : l'exemple de la ville catalane de Manresa
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BYL, Simon. Le délire, symptôme cnidien ou coaque?
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GOUREVITCH, Danielle. Kuhinja zenskog tela: voda u III knijizi ginekoloskog spisa Sorana iz Efesa

En serbe Traduction de: "Bain et fumigation gynécologique dans l'antiquité : la cuisine du corps féminin". Publié dans : Réalités en gynécologie-obstétrique. n° 55, 2000. Pages : 58-59

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DEMONT, Paul. Les humeurs: une question de goût?
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GOUREVITCH, Danielle. Charles Daremberg, His friend Emile Littré, and Positivist Medical History
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MOULINIER-BROGI, Laurence. Esthétique et soins du corps dans les traités médicaux latins à la fin du Moyen Âge
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Van Meenen, Bernard. Jésus, l'autre et la guérison dans les Evangiles
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STOL, Marten. An assyriologist reads Hippocrates

"Comparing Babylonian and Greek medicine has been done in a book buy Goltz (1974). She found fifteen similarities and almost none can stand criticism. New (dis)similarities, some certain, other uncertain, are pointed out here. (...)"

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Stevanovic, Divna. Lijez, rec koja podseca na papirus

En serbe

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MAGDELAINE, Caroline. La littérature médicale aphoristique : paradoxes et limites d'un genre
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Weill-Parot, Nicolas. La rationalité médicale à l'épreuve de la peste : médecine, astrologie et magie (1348-1500)
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MARGANNE, Marie-Hélène. Medicina u papirusima na grckom jeziku nadenim u Egiptu

En serbe Version modifiée de "L'apport des papyrus grecs à l'histoire de la médecine antique. IN Gourevitch, D. (éd), Histoiire de la médecine. Leçons méthodologiques (paris, 1995).

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Stevanovic, Divna. Divlja vatra u nama: bolest kao agresija u "Hipokratskoj zbirici" i u srpskom folkloru

En serbe

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MAUL, Stefan. Die "lösung vom bann" : überlegungen zu altorientalischen konzeptionen von krankheit und heilkunst

"(...) It will be shown that the "magico-religious" and "medical" therapy are merely constituting two phases of treatment which are based on te same common imagination of illness and healing."

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Cadoré, Bruno. Bible et médecine. Un nouveau rapport au destin
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HEESSEL, Nils P. Diagnosis, divination and disease : towards an understanding of the rationale behind the babylonian Diagnostic Handbook

"(...) Through a comparison of the systematic patterns of divinatory and diagnostic interpretation, it is demonstrated that the logic of medical diagnosis differs substantially from that of divination. (...)"

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ZIEGLER, Joseph. Médecine et physiognomonie du XIVè au début du XVIè siècle
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Stevanovic, Divna. Piti ili ne piti: Hipokrat, "O vrstama vazduha, vode i mesta

En serbe

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ROSELLI, Amneris. Les éditions d'Arétée de Cappadoce et le commentaire de Pierre Petit
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Desmet, Marc. La dynamique de l'expérience médicale. Une relecture biblique.
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Scordia, Lydwine. "Le roi refuse l'or de ses sujets" : analyse d'une miniature du Livre des bonnes meurs de Jacques Legrand (mort en 1415)
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JACQUES, Jean-Marie. Médecine et poésie : Nicandre de Colophon et ses poèmes iologiques
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PORMANN, Peter E . La querelle des médecins arabistes et hellénistes et l'héritage oublié
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NUTTON, Vivian. Ancient medicine: from Berlin to Baltimore
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Farber, Walter. How to marry a disease : epidemics, contagion, and a magic ritual against th "hand of the ghost"

"To test whether the Babylonian had a "rational" explanation of contagion, some letters from Mari mentioning epidemics and contagious diseases are studied within the wider context of Babylonian medicine. Descriptions of similar cases are adduced from other cuneiform sources. (...)"

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DEBRU, Armelle. Médecine et morale : "devenir meilleur" chez Galien et Marc-Aurèle
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Lucken, Christopher. Les Sarrasins ou la malédiction de l'autre
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David, Rosaline. Rationality versus irrationality in Egyptian medicine in the pharaonic and graeco-roman periods
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MONDRAIN, Brigitte. Les "Europista" ou Peri aplon pharmakôn de Dioscoride : l'editio princeps de Johann Moibanus et Conrad Gesner
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ARNOTT, Robert. Minoan and mycenaean medicine and its near eastern contacts

"This paper examines the evidence for medical practitioners in the Aeagean in the second millenium BC, and of medical contacts between the Aegean and contemporary bronze age societies of Egypt and the Near East at this time, and suggests that some o these contacts may have been the start of Near Eastern influence on Greek medicine."

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Domingues, Clara. L'aménagement du continent galénique à la Renaissance : les éditions grecques et latines des oeuvres complètes de Galien et leur organisation des traités
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THOMAS, Rosalind. Greek medicine and babylonian wisdom : circulation of knowledge and channels of transmission in the archaic and classical periods
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VAN DER EIJK, Philip J. Divination, prognosis and prophylaxis : the hippocratic work "On dreams" (De victu 4) and its near eastern background
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GARCIA NOVO, Elsa. Les éditions du traité de Galien De inaequali intemperie à la Renaissance
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BOUDON, Véronique. Illustrer les médecins grecs à la Renaissance : les schémas d'optique galénique
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GAZZANIGA, Valentina, SERARCANGELI, Carla. Surgical Roman instruments in the Museum of history of medicine of the University of Rome " La Sapienza "

The Museum of history of medicine at the University of Rome " La Sapienza " keeps numerous Roman surgical instruments, dating from the 1st century A.D. This article offers a short review of the critical literature existing on the topic, together with a temporary catalogue of the instruments.

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LANGHOLF, Volker. Structure and genesis of some hippocratic treatises

"(...) This paper attempts to analyse the form and contents of several of these treatises and to construct a possible scenario charactarizing the professional environnement in which they were compiled, the process and principles of compilation itself , and in particular the material act of writing."

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GUARDASOLE, Alessia. L'héritage de Galien dans l'oeuvre d'Alexandre de Tralles
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BOEHM, Isabelle. Connaissance et diffusion du traité de Galien "Des facultés naturelles" à la Renaissance
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MARGANNE, Marie-Hélène. Médecine grecque et papyrologie : bilan et perspectives
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BACALEXI, Dina. Trois traducteurs de Galien au XVIè siècle : Niccolo Leoniceno, Guillaume Cop, Leonhart Fuchs
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JACQUART, Danielle. Médecine grecque et médecine arabe : le médecin doit-il être philosophe?
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VONS, Jacqueline. André Vésale et le traité De ossibus de Galien traduit par F. Balamius
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HANSON, Ann Ellis. Aphorism 5.28-63 and the gynaecological texts of the Corpus Hippocraticum
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GELLER, Mark J. Bloodletting in Babylonia

The major premise of the argument which follows is that Greek science and specifically Greek medicine did not penetrate into pre-Byzantine Babylonia. (...) However, the references to bloodletting (...) contradict the argument (...)"

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HORSTMANSHOFF, Herman Frederik Johan (Manfred). Asclepius and temple medicine in Aelius Aristides' Sacred Tales

"(...) What is the role of (Hippocratic) medicine in Aelius Aristides' Sacred Tales? How are the two rationales, of (Hippocratic) medicine and of the Asclepius cult, related? (...)"

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Cilliers, Louise. Vindicianus' Gynaecia and theories on generation and embryology from the babylonians up to graeco-roman times
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LEVEN, Karl-Heinz. "At times these ancient facts seem to lie before me like a patient an a hospital bed" - Retrospective diagnosis and ancient medical history

"Retrospective diagnosis not only ignores the rules of historical research but is in itself a symptom of an anachronistic self-image of medicine." (p. 384)

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