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Practical Medicine from Salerno to the Black Death First Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0521431019
ISBN-10: 0521431018
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The essays in this collection focus on the practical aspects of medieval medicine. They cover the period from the eleventh century to the Black Death, during which the first universities were founded and began to teach a new form of medicine which influenced medical care throughout Europe.

About the Author

Roger French is Lecturer in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Clare Hall.

Andy Blackman Hurwitz is a 17- year music veteran with a specialty in jazz. In addition to his own record label, ropeadope, Andy was the head of A&R for Columbia Jazz, the general manager of New Yorks fabled jazz club the Knitting Factory, and the marketing consultant for Blue Note records.

Andrew Cunningham graduated top portfolio from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. With a focus on illustrations and painting, his artwork has been featured in East Coast galleries from Boston to New York. Baby Loves Jazz is his first book series.

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