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  1. Trivium
  2. Hippocrates and Perdicca
  3. 5th and 6th century AD Alexandrian curriculum
  4. St. Cosmas and Damian
  5. Relics
  1. a first 3 of liberal arts, particularly how they broke up the liberal arts
    o Grammar, logic and rhetoric
    o The way liberal arts was broken down in renaissance
  2. b part of a saint) and the snake of Asclepius
  3. c o Erasistratus and Antiochus
    • Discovery of love sickness
    o Making Hippocrates look like a heroic figure
  4. d • Canon of texts from Hippocrates and Galen read in order
  5. e • These saints have mythological tones similar to Asclepius
    • Birth - miraculous births
    o Twin boys and their medicine/art was empowered by Jesus
    o Better than pagan doctors
    • Training
    o Empowered by Jesus as opposed to Pagan Gods
    • Miraculous Cures
    o Pray to them and they can treat you

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ...
  2. Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
  3. Spend at least 1 year as an apprentice after completing school. Licensing: need a university education but there had been exceptions.
    o Standards of competence for a doctor Page 450.
    o 3 year university education, 5 years of studying medicine, then you have to pass a test
    • Need government regulation for his
  4. Someone who teachers, doctor of natural philosophy
  5. "Above all, do no harm"

5 True/False questions

  1. Liberal arts in late antiquity and medieval timeit's an oath (invocation, promise, punishment)
    o invocation - swearing in, called upon the witness
    o Promise - by person who swears oath, what you're going to do; treat master's sons and brothers,e ducate them as his own and will not teach anyone who has not sworn oath
    • Some prohibitions, also some positives
    • Never cut a person open
    • Don't harm patients
    • Overall conduct
    • Respect the house, respect property
    • Confidentiality
    • In regard to respect, you can't have sex with patients, etc
    • In regard to confidentiality, you gotta keep things to yourself and not tell patients.
    o The punishment - for doing it is a curse.

    o Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466 - 1536)
    o Philipp Melanchthon (1497 - 1560)
    • These two were faces of humanism in the renaissance
    • Start to discuss the oath itself with students, don't make them take it however.

          

  2. Stele of EpidaurusAsclepius uses medications, he cuts people open, uses medical implements (something medical about it), practicing a technae
    Asclepius = imbalance in the body, no causation of a God making

          

  3. Hippocrates and Artaxerxeso 13th century fresco
    o Galen being lectured to by Hippocrates
    • The complexion of the day itself and temperaments of human beings

          

  4. Hippocrates and the PlagueHippocrates stopped the plague
    o Makes ideal physician as someone who can do anything
    • In our only account of the plague, physicians were dying from it
    • People didn't trust physicians

          

  5. Empiricist...

          

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