5 edition of Diseases in antiquity found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Don Brothwell and A.T. Sandison.|
|Contributions||Sandison, A. T.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||766|
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ISBN. Title. Diseases in Antiquity: A Survey of the Diseases, Injuries, and Surgery of Early Populations. Author. Brothwell, Don. Publisher. Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd.
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Diseases in antiquity. Edited by Don Brothwell and A. Sandison. Foreword by W. Dawson. xix and Illustrated. Thomas, Springfield, $Author: W. Krogman. The most notorious episode related to infectious diseases in the Corpus Diseases in antiquity book is the epidemic ‘Cough of Perinthus’, a winter epidemic of an upper respiratory tract infection and its consequences, extensively narrated in the seventh chapter of the sixth book of Epidemics.
It is often cited as the first influenza epidemic of human Cited by: The Fate of Rome: Climate, Disease and the End of An Empire, by the University of Oklahoma’s Kyle Harper, makes a strong argument for the role of plague and a shifting climate in the confluence of political, economic, and social processes that we label the fall of the Roman Empire."-- /5(59).
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Sandison, Eds. Thomas, Springfield, Ill., xx Cited by: 3. Human disease - Human disease - The causes of disease: The search for the causes (etiologies) of human diseases goes back to antiquity. Hippocrates, a Greek physician of the 4th and 5th centuries bce, is credited with being the first to adopt the concept that disease is not a visitation of the gods but rather is caused by earthly influences.
Organic Diseases of Ancient Diseases in antiquity book. Kinnier Wilson Diseases in the Diseases in antiquity book and Diseases in antiquity book Talmud—Max Sussman Records of Diseases in Ancient China—Lu Gwei-Djen and Joseph Needham Disease in Antiquity: Ancient Greece and Rome—Adam Patrick SECTION IV - SOMATIC DISEASES (INDIVIDUAL) Tuberculosis—Dan Morse Anne L.
Grauer, Charlotte A. Roberts, in Ortner's Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains (Third Edition), Smallpox. The antiquity of smallpox is difficult to estimate in part because of the acute nature of the virus and the tendency for osteomyelitis variola to mimic other diseases.
However, Henderson ( ) and Fenner ( 27) assert that direct. Dictionary of Daily Life in Biblical & Post-Biblical Antiquity: Diseases & Plagues - eBook () by Edwin M. Yamauchi, Marvin R.
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Moodie --Notes on diseases and healed fractures of wild. Read "Dictionary of Daily Life in Biblical & Post-Biblical Antiquity: Diseases & Plagues" by Hendrickson Publishers available from Rakuten Kobo.
These unique reference articles provide background cultural and technical information on the world of the Hebrew Bible a Brand: Hendrickson Publishers. Plague was a key factor in the waning of Antiquity and the beginning of the Middle Ages. In this volume, the first on the subject, twelve scholars from a variety of disciplines - history, archaeology, epidemiology, and molecular biology - have produced a comprehensive account of the pandemic's origins, spread, and mortality, as well as its economic, social, political, and religious effects.
Different civilizations have reached different understandings of the general nature of disease. Modern historical writing, however, has reflected two relatively recent such understandings: the biological, reductionist view that rose to dominance in the late nineteenth century, and the more recent conviction that diseases are social : Jo N.
Hays. In their "History Of Venereal Diseases From Antiquity To The Renaissance," Professor Franjo Gruber and several other Croatian doctors explain that the Ebers Papyrus mentions using sandal oil.
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This article is a list of the biggest known epidemics (including pandemics) caused by an infectious read non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease Duration: Human history.
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The history of Late Antiquity needs to be written, in the provocative words of a recent book on modern environmental history, “as if nature existed.” 86 Late Antiquity witnessed violent turbulence in the physical and biological environment.
We do justice to the men and women who worked to make their world out of such conditions by. This story begins as did so many other components of our culture, in Greek and Roman antiquity where medicine first emerged as a secular activity independent of religion. There Hippocrates (ca.
B.C. — ca. B.C.) and his followers combined naturalistic craft knowledge with ancient science and philosophy to produce the first systematic. B&N Book Club B&N Classics B&N Collectible Editions B&N Exclusives Books of the Month Boxed Sets Discover Pick of the Month Signed Books Trend Shop.
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Author Peter Hotez introduces NTDs by describing them in general, their historical importance and global impact, and their shared characteristics. Miscellaneous works: comprising An inquiry into the antiquity of the small-pox, measles, and scarlet fever, now first published; Reports on the diseases in London, a new ed.; and detached papers on medical subjects, collected from various periodical publications.
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In The Sacred Disease (chapter 19), the brain is called the centre of bodily functions but, in a later text (The Heart, chapter 7), the left ventricle of the heart is the seat of the soul. In Diseases Book II, higher bodily functions are ascribed to both the heart and the brain. This is because these diseases require a level of population density that didn't develop until humans began living in cities.
Influenza, measles and the plagueare social. Malaria isn't. We've listed 10 of the oldest known diseases, listed in no particular order. On the next page, we'll get started with a condition that thrives in close quarters.
What You Need to Know About Infectious Disease. About a quarter of deaths worldwide--many of them children--are caused by infectious organisms. The World Health Organization reports that new infectious diseases are continuing to emerge and familiar ones are appearing in new locations around the globe.
Page 19— Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Diseases. Atherosclerosis is the pathological process in the coronary arteries, cerebral arteries, iliac and femoral arteries, and aorta that is responsible for coronary heart disease (CHD), stroke, and peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This eleventh and final volume in the Loeb Classical Library's complete edition of Hippocrates' invaluable texts contains Diseases of Women 1 and 2, focusing on reproductive life, the pathological conditions affecting the reproductive organs, and their proper terminology and recommended treatments.
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Anthrax is one of the great infectious diseases of antiquity. The fifth and sixth plagues in the Bible's book of Exodus may have been outbreaks of anthrax in cattle and humans, respectively.
The "Black Bane," a disease that swept through Europe in the s causing large numbers of human and animal deaths, was likely anthrax. The diseases of antiquity ( BC to AD ) were characterized by parasites with long-lived transmission stages (e.g., eggs) as well as those involving person-to-person contact.
Most diseases became established only when a persistent small number of infectious individuals could be maintained, i.e., when the disease became endemic; this required populations greater than a few hundred thousand. The eye and its diseases in Ancient Egypt S.
Ry Andersen Eye Pathology Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark ABSTRACT. Based on a study of mummies, skeletons, burial rites, medical in- struments, medicaments, literature and objets d’art from Ancient Egypt before the Hellenistic Period, the understanding of the eye, its diseases and their treat-Cited by: The author uses the mosquito to shed light on historical events and how the mosquito with the diseases it transmits may have influenced them and therefore history.
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Interest in diseases of the eyes (which were probably ebook in antiquity) is evident in early medical writings from the Middle East, India and China. Advances in ophthalmology only followed growing understanding of the anatomy of the eye during the Grecian era (5th and 4th centuries BC).