Originally published as "Geschichte der medizinischen Abbildung". München: H. Moos, 1967.
|Statement||Robert Herrlinger; preface by F.N.L. Poynter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(4), 178p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
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Newsletter of the Association of ~brarians in the History of the Health Sciences Volume XV, Number 1 Fall, Herrlinger, RoberL History of Medical Illustration: From Antiquity to.A.D Medical Book R lustration: A. The essential reference books for this subject are Choulant, History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration, translated and annotated by Mortimer Frank (), Thornton and Reeves, Medical Book Illustration, a Short History (), Rousselot (ed.), Medicine in Art (), and Herrlinger, History of medical Illustration from Antiquity to A.D. Jul 16, · The Art of Anatomical Illustration in the Renaissance and Baroque Periods. Copenhagen, Muller, J. M. “Rubens’ Anatomieboek / Rubens’ Anatomy Book.”. • Herrlinger, Robert, History of medical illustration, from antiquity to A.D. London: Pitman Medical, • Kellett, Charles E., ‘A Note on Rosso and the Illustrations to Charles Estienne’s De Dissectione’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 12 (), pp.
Alexandria in antiquity. Alexandria, Egypt is an important city in the history of medicine. Radical new thinking and understanding of disease processes came out from the fertile intellectual and scientific climate prevailing in Alexandra from the 3 rd century B.C. to the 7 th century A.D. During that period, Alexandria was a place of inspiration. A towering figure in the history of medicine was the physician Hippocrates of Kos (c. – c. BCE), considered the "father of modern medicine." The Hippocratic Corpus is a collection of around seventy early medical works from ancient Greece strongly associated with Hippocrates and his students. The general sources used in composing the scope and content notes are cited in the References field at the book description level, and are abbreviated as follows: Herrlinger, Robert. History of medical illustration, from antiquity to A.D. Preface by F.N.L. Poynter; [translated from the German by Graham Fulton-Smith]. Kellett, C.E. Dec 22, · History of Medical Illustration from Antiquity to A. D. (Nijkerk: Pitman Medical & Scientific Publishing, ). Jones, Peter Murray. Medieval Medical Miniatures (London: The British Library, [repr. as Medieval Medicine in Illuminated Manuscripts, ]). McCall, Taylor.