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Marcia Kupfer. 2003 .

Kupfer, Marcia A. (Marcia Ann)

"Many historians of medieval art now look beyond Gothic cathedrals to study the relationship of architecture and image-making to the hard realities of life in early medieval society. In The Art of Healing, Marcia Kupfer breaks new ground by uncovering the lost relationship…
2. Astro-Medicine: astrology and medicine, East and West Book , Print , Conference in English
edited by Anna Akasoy, Charles Burnett, and Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim. 2008 .

Astrological medicine in Babylonia / Nils P. Heessel -- Greek medical astrology and the boundaries of medicine / Vivian Nutton -- Medieval Latin astrology and the cycles of life : William English and English medicine in Cambridge, Trinity College MS. O.5.26 / Hilary M. Carey…
3. Blood: art, power, politics, and pathology Book , Print in English , Multiple languages
edited by James M. Bradburne ; with contributions by James Clifton ... [et al.] 2002 .

edited by Sarah Ferber and Sally Wilde. 2011 .

1. Body Buried is a Body Wasted: The Spoils of Human Dissection / Helen MacDonald -- 2. Cadavers and the Social Dimension of Dissection / Ross L. Jones…
Nancy Caciola. 2003 .

Caciola, Nancy, 1963-

Publisher's description: Trance states, prophesying, convulsions, fasting, and other physical manifestations were often regarded as signs that a person was seized by spirits. In a book that sets out the prehistory of the early modern European witch craze, Nancy Caciola shows how…
Guido Majno. 1975 .

Majno, Guido.

Jacalyn Duffin. 2010 .

Duffin, Jacalyn.

"Jacalyn Duffin's History of Medicine has for ten years been one of the leading texts used to teach medical and nursing students the history of their profession. It has also been widely used in history courses and by general readers. An accessible overview of medical history,…
11. Leonardo Book , Print in English
Martin Kemp. 2004 .

Kemp, Martin.

An exploration of Leonardo da Vinci's life and work, identifying what it was that made him so unique. Tells of his unfulfilled dreams, relationships with powerful patrons, and the truth about his views on God, humans, and nature.
12. The materiality of magic Book , Print in English
edited by Dietrich Boschung and Jan N. Bremmer. 2015 .

"In the last two decades we have had many books and proceedings of conferences on the history, formulas and incantations of magic in antiquity, both in East and West, but this is the first book of its kind that focuses on the material aspects of magic, such as gems, rings,…
13. Medical museums: past, present, future Book , Print in English
edited by Samuel J.M.M. Alberti and Elizabeth Hallam. 2013 .

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Jack Hartnell. 2018 .


"Dripping with blood and gold, fetishized and tortured, gateway to earthly delights and point of contact with the divine, forcibly divided and powerful even beyond death, there was no territory more contested than the body in the medieval world. In Medieval Bodies, art historian…
Mitchell B. Merback. 2017 .

Merback, Mitchell B.,

Albrecht Dürer's famous portrayal of creative effort in paralysis, the unsurpassed masterpiece of copperplate engraving titled 'Melencolia I', has stood for centuries as a pictorial summa of knowledge about the melancholic temperament, a dense allegory of the limits of…
18. Stiff: the curious lives of human cadavers Book , Print in English
Mary Roach. 2003 .

Roach, Mary.

Stiff is an oddly compelling, often hilarious exploration of the strange lives of our bodies postmortem. For two thousand years, cadavers-some willingly, some unwittingly-have been involved in science's boldest strides and weirdest undertakings. In this fascinating account, Mary…
edited by Elizabeth Lane Furdell. 2005 .

Reading medieval medical texts with an open mind / Anne Van Arsdall -- Ordering human growth in Tibetan medical and religious embryologies / Frances Garrett -- Galen refashioned : Gariopontus in the later middle ages and renaissance / Florence Eliza Glaze…
Paul Barber. 1988 .

Barber, Paul, 1941-

Klaus Bergdolt ; translated by Jane Dewhurst. 2008 .

Bergdolt, Klaus.

"What is a healthy life? What is it to live well? How do our contemporary ways of thinking about health compare to the ways in which a healthy life was understood by our predecessors?" "In this authoritative new book, Klaus Bergdolt offers a panoramic overview of health and…