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by Faye Marie Getz

eBook Healing and Society in Medieval England: A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus (Wisconsin Publications in the History of Science and Medicine) ePub
Author: Faye Marie Getz
Language: English
ISBN: 0299129306
ISBN13: 978-0299129309
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press; 1 edition (October 15, 1991)
Pages: 368
Category: Europe
Subcategory: History
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Faye Marie Getz, Healing & Society in Medieval England: A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991); George R. Keiser, "Epilepsy: The Falling Evil," in Popular and Practical Science of Medieval England, ed. Lister M. Matheson, Medieval Texts and Studies 11 (East Lansing, MI, 1994), pp. 219–44; George R. Keiser, Works of Science and Information. The Manual of Writings in Middle English, gen. ed. Albert E. Hartung, Vol. 10 (New Haven, CT, 1998), p. 3834.

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A Middle English translation of the pharmaceutical writings of Gilbertus Anglicus, Wisconsin Publications in the History of Science and Medicine No. 8, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1991, pp. lxxiii, 378, £2. 5 (0-299-12930-6). Find out more about the Kindle Personal Document Service. A Middle English translation of the pharmaceutical writings of Gilbertus Anglicus, Wisconsin Publications in the History of Science and Medicine No. Volume 37, Issue 2. Tony Hunt (a1).

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Getz also draws on both the Latin and Middle English texts to create an extensive glossary of little-known Middle English pharmaceutical and medical vocabulary. Wisconsin Publications in the History of Science and Medicine. University of Wisconsin Press.

Faye Marie Getz, Healing and society in medieval England : A middle . A Latin Technical Phlebotomy and Its Middle English Translation. Faye Getz - 1986 - Isis: A Journal of the History of Science 77:370-370.

Faye Marie Getz, Healing and society in medieval England : A middle English translation of the pharmaceutical writings of Gilbertus Anglicus, ed. with an introd. and notes by Faye Marie Getz. 1995 - Revue d'Histoire des Sciences 48 (3):381-382. Healing and Society in Medieval England: A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus by Faye Marie Getz. Linda E. Voigts, Michael R. McVaugh. Faye Marie Getz - 1985 - Speculum 60 (4):1030-1032.

Healing and Society in Medieval England: A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus, ed. by Faye Marie . Peter Murray Jones, Medieval Medicine in Illuminated Manuscripts, 2nd edn (London: British Library, 1998; first publ. by Faye Marie Getz (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991), p. lxxi. as Medieval Medical Miniatures, 1984), pp. 26, 40, fig. 28.

Adapted from Faye Marie Getz, Healing and Society in Medieval England: A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus (London and Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991), pp. lviii-lxii. Booklets are indicated by roman numerals. Each text is given an arabic number, and line numbers are indicated only when several short texts appear on a single page. I. Ff. 1r-5v booklet blank. II. 6r-14v booklet contains two groups of texts, 1-7 and 8-17, each in a different hand.

Faye Marie Getz: Healing & Society in Medieval England - A Middle English Translation .

Faye Marie Getz: Healing & Society in Medieval England - A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus. University of Wisconsin Press 1991. Medieval medicine in Western Europe was composed of a mixture of existing ideas from antiquity, spiritual influences and what Claude Lévi-Strauss identifies as the "shamanistic complex" and "social consensus. Ibn Zuhr, traditionally known by his Latinized name of Avenzoar, was an Arab physician, surgeon, and poet. He was born at Seville in medieval Andalusia, was a contemporary of Averroes and Ibn Tufail, and was the most well-regarded physician of his era.

Medicine in the English Middle Ages.

Healing and Society in Medieval England : A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Wisconsin Publications in the History of Science and Medicine Ser. Subjects: Gilbertus, Anglicus Medicine in the English Middle Ages. Victorian Medicine and Popular Culture.

Originally composed in Latin by Gilbertus Anglicus (Gilbert the Englishman), his Compendium of Medicine was a primary text of the medical revolution in thirteenth-century Europe. Composed mainly of medicinal recipes, it offered advice on diagnosis, medicinal preparation, and prognosis. In the fifteenth-century it was translated into Middle English to accommodate a widening audience for learning and medical “secrets.”    Faye Marie Getz provides a critical edition of the Middle English text, with an extensive introduction to the learned, practical, and social components of medieval medicine and a summary of the text in modern English. Getz also draws on both the Latin and Middle English texts to create an extensive glossary of little-known Middle English pharmaceutical and medical vocabulary.

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