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ZUCCOLIN, Gabriella. Summa doctrina et certa experientia : studi su medicina e filosofia per Chiara Crisciani
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Harris, William V. . Popular medicine in Graeco-Roman Antiquity : explorations
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PEREZ, Liliane, VERNA, Catherine. Histoire économique et histoire des techniques (XVe-XVIIIe siècle)
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BERNASCONI, Gianenrico. L’objet comme document. Culture matérielle et cultures techniques
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NEGRE, Valérie. Histoire de l’art, histoire de l’architecture et histoire des techniques (Europe, XVe-XVIIIe siècle)
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DILLMANN, Philippe, L'HERITIER, Maxime. Archéométrie et histoire des techniques : les procédés direct et indirect en sidérurgie (XIVe-XVIIe siècle)
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CARDINAL, Catherine. D'Azincourt à Marignan. Chevaliers et bombardes, 1415-1515. Regard sur l’exposition
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LEDUC, Antoine. Une mise en lumière des mutations militaires de la fin du Moyen Âge,
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FRÖHLICH, Ida. 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"

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BELLUSCI, Alessia. 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"

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EGHIGIAN, Greg. The Routledge History of Madness and Mental Health
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Harris, William V. . Popular Medicine in the Classical World
1-64
BIANCHI, Luca. «Ubi desinit physicus, ibi medicus incipit»
5-28
JOUANNA, Jacques. Le Serment hippocratique : famille, religion et droit
11-38
PIGEAUD, Jackie. De la difficulté de penser la maladie pestilentielle. Le legs antique
15-28
KONSTANTOPOULOS, Gina. Shifting Alignments: The Dichotomy of Benevolent and Malevolent Demons in Mesopotamia

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"

19-38
VARTEJANU-JOUBERT, Madalina. Representations of madmen and madness in Jewish sources from the pre-exilic to the Roman-Byzantine period
19-41
CHADEFAUD, Catherine. La viande dans l'alimentation des Égyptiens de l'Antiquité pharaonique : boucherie, alimentation quotidienne et offrandes religieuses
23-38
ROSSI, Pietro B.. La Summa super 4 libro Metheororum attribuita a Guglielmo Anglico
29-48
Chandelier, Joël. Définition et terminologie des épidémies dans la médecine latine de la fin du Moyen Âge
29-42
LEITH, David. The Hippocratic Oath in Roman Oxyrhynchus
39-50
BACSKAY, Andras. The Natural and Supernatural Aspects of Fever in Mesopotamian Medical Texts

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"

39-52
NOTARIO, Fernando . L'approvisionnement en boeufs sacrificiels dans l'Athènes classique
39-60
42-61
CLEMENT, François. À propos de la Muqni‘at al-sā’il d’Ibn al-Ḫaṭīb sur la peste à Grenade en 1348-1349
43-56
TABARRONI, Andrea. Medicina est philosophia corporis. Un sermo in principio studii di Bartolomeo da Varignana
49-78
ANAGNOSTOU-CANAS, Barbara. Contrats et serments dans l'Égypte hellénistique et romaine
51-66
LUCARELLI, Rita. Illness as Divine Punishment: The Nature and Function of the Disease-Carrier Demons in the Ancient Egyptian Magical Texts

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"

53-60
ABATE, Emma. Médecine et magie dans la cure de la peste entre le Moyen Âge et la Renaissance : sources manuscrites et typologies textuelles de la tradition juive
57-72
VERDERAME, Lorenzo. Demons at Work in Ancient Mesopotamia

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"

61-80
BADEL, Christophe. Le foie dans la Rome antique : nourriture des dieux ou nourriture des hommes?
61-70
62-80
TOTELIN, Laurence MV. Pharmakopōlai: A Re-Evaluation of the Sources
65-85
RICCIARDETTO, Antonio, GOUREVITCH, Danielle. Entre Rome et l'Égypte romaine. Pour une étude de la nourrice entre littérature médicale et contrats de travail
67-118
ROUBINEAU, Jean-Manuel. Bas morceaux et morceaux de choix de cochon dans l'alimentation des cités grecques
71-92
MUNTANE, Josep Xavier. Au carrefour des documents : la Peste Noire à Tàrrega (Catalogne) et ses conséquences pour les juifs de la ville
73-82
LAMBERTINI, Roberto. Un medico-filosofo di fronte all’usura: Bartolomeo da Varignana
79-98
83-92
PANAGIOTIDOU, Olympia. Asclepius: A Divine Doctor, A Popular Healer
86-104
DUVAL, Colin, HORARD, Marie-Pierre, CUCCHI, Thomas, LEPETZ, Sébastien. La consommation de viande de porc en Gaule entre la fin de l'âge du fer et la période romaine. Ruptures et continuités
93-116
ZOUACHE, Abbès. La mort qui rôde. Épidémie, sociétés et guerre au Proche-Orient (vie/xiie siècle)
93-120
HAMIDOVIC, David. 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"

97-110
FIORAVANTI, Gianfranco. Due Principia di Maino de’ Maineri.
99-138
FLEMMING, Rebecca. Anatomical Votives: Popular Medicine in Republican Italy?
105-125
Bohak, Gideon. Conceptualizing Demons in Late Antique Judaism

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"

111-133
AUXIETTE, Ginette. Autour du mouton. Analyse de consommations singulière au cours du Ier millénaire avant notre ère
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STRAUS, Jean A.. Les contrats d'apprentissage et d'enseignement relatifs à des esclaves dans la documentation papyrologique grecque d'Égypte
119-134
KATOUZIAN SAFADI, Mehrnaz, BENSAAD, Meyssa. «Quand le sang de l’enfant se met en ébullition.» La rougeole et la variole vues par al-Rāzī (825-925)
121-134
WAZER, Caroline. Between Public Health and Popular Medicine: Senatorial and Popular Responses to Epidemic Disease in the Roman Republic
126-146
FOUCRAS, Sylvain. Boucherie et consommation carnée chez les Arvernes
131-150
RICCIARDETTO, Antonio. Un contrat d'enseignement de la médecine du iiie siècle avant notre ère : P.Heid. III 226
135-156
JACQUART, Danielle. Hippocrate: le maître lointain et absolu des universitaires médiévaux
139-160
LASKARIS, Julie. Metals in Medicine: From Telephus to Galen
147-160
BANEGAS LOPEZ, Ramon A.. Evolution de la consommation de viande de mouton en Catalogne au long du Moyen Age. La construction d'un modèle alimentaire
151-164
CASTEX, Dominique. Détection et interprétation de crises sanitaires en archéologie : exemple d’une épidémie dans la Rome Antique
157-170
Ventura, Iolanda. Ps. Galenus, De medicinis expertis. Per un état des lieux
161-194
ANDORLINI, Isabella. Crossing the Borders Between Egyptian and Greek Medical Practice
161-172
RAGA Emmanuelle. De source de maladie à médicament : la viande entre culture élitaire et culture cénobitique tardo-antiques en Occident (Ve-VIe siècles)
165-188
HEZSER, Catherine. Representations of the Physician in Jewish Literature from Hellenistic and Roman Times
173-197
CROSIGNANI, Chiara. 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"

175-191
DIERKENS, Alain, GAUTIER, Alban. Retour sur la question de l'hippophagie dans l'Europe du Nord et du Nord-Ouest au haut Moyen Age
189-212
SAWICKA-SYKES, Sophie. 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"

192-214
NICOUD, Marilyn. Alla ricerca degli autori cosiddetti «minori»: un percorso nella tradizione manoscritta del consilium.
195-222
THUMIGER, Chiara. Fear, Hope and the Definition of Hippocratic Medicine
198-214
BAUER, Olivier. La consommation de viande comme marqueur de l'identité chrétienne ad intra et ad extra
213-236
ISRAELOWICH, Ido. Medical Care in the Roman Army during the High Empire
215-230
LUNN-ROCKLIFFE, Sophie. 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"

215-234
PARODI, Massimo. Un percorso tra esperienza e cultura in Giovanni di Salisbury
223-236
LEITH, David. How Popular Were the Medical Sects?
231-250
BAILEY, Anne E.. 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"

235-255
COVA, Luciano. Seme e generazione umana nelle opere teologiche di Alberto Magno
237-256
DESCAMPS, Benoît. Le point de vue de la boucherie parisienne à la fin du Moyen Age
237-254
GOUREVITCH, Danielle. Popular Medicines and Practices in Galen
251-271
PARIZOT, Olivier. Techniques et préceptes de la découpe de la viande dans les cours d'Espagne et d'Italie (XIVe-XVIe siècles)
255-284
ESCOBAR VARGAS, M. Carolina. 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"

256-270
VECCHIO, Silvana. Passioni umane e passioni animali nel pensiero medievale
257-276
GIRALT, Sebastià. The Melancholy of the Necromancer in Arnau de Vilanova’s Epistle against Demonic 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"

271-290
NUTTON, Vivian. Folk Medicine in the Galenic Corpus
272-280
CASAGRANDE, Carla. Tommaso d’Aquino: onori e virtù
277-292
OCKENSTRÖM, Lauri. 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"

291-312
GHISALBERTI, Alessandro. Il metodo dialogico nella Disputatio fidei et intellectus di Raimondo Lullo (1303)
293-312
ZIEGLER, Joseph. Engelbert of Admont and the Longevity of the Antediluvians, c. 1300
313-336
SAIF, Liana. 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"

313-338
SIMONETTA, Stefano. «Ex fructibus eorum cognoscetis eos». J. Fortescue alle origini del comparativismo costituzionale e giuridico
337-358
TRENERY, Claire. 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"

339-358
GOUREVITCH, Danielle. La gynécologie et l'obstétrique à l'époque impériale

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