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5 Written questions

3 Matching questions

  1. Hagiography
  2. Liberal arts in late antiquity and medieval time
  3. Secularization of medicine
  1. a ...
  2. b grammar, dialectic, rhetoric, geometry, arithmetic, astronomy, and music
    o Art of the free people
  3. c clergy took care of the sick. Churches secluded themselves by not sending clergy to med school.
    o Slave doctor: had knowledge handed down to them, no university education. Skilled at what they did. Slave doctors could treat effectively but couldn't explain why they were doing what they were doing. Could they read?
    o The clergy took care of the sick, repository for Greek and Latin knowledge, educated and can read, practitioners of medicine.
    o We think of medicine as secular, it didn't use to be.
    • Churches didn't think they needed to be secular

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. • Asclepeia was a sanctuary - Holy to that God
    o In Asclepeia, staff was consulted and hung around the sanctuaries but were not the people you'd go to for treatment
    • Purpose - Asclepeia was a culture center with tracks, theatres, etc. The hospital was not.
    • Location - Asclepeias were located apart from the city in a healthier place like mountains, etc while hospitals were built in mid-city
    Anybody could go to the Asclepeia as long as you can reach the destination.
  2. places of wonder working) properties of place. ! - similar to Asclepion
  3. Greek word for doctor
  4. bimar, "ill person"; stan, place
    o Name for Islamic hospital
  5. custom/law

5 True/False questions

  1. Surgeon (Gr. cheirourgos)o Religion
    • Christianity has a book that tells you how to practice/worship
    o Cult - individual to each location on how things are practiced
    o No religion of Asclepius

          

  2. Hippocratic Oath and doctoral ceremoniesit'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.

          

  3. Methodistby this time frame, Methodist not around

          

  4. Doctor's Trial, Nuremberg Trialso Hippocrates summoned by people of Abdera, where Democritus comes from
    o Democritus laughing at everything in life
    • Promises money to H
    • Hippocrates doesn't need money but went ahead to cure Democritus
    • Hippocrates claims he didn't take money
    o Hippocrates writing down where melancholy/madness comes from (black bile)
    o Portrayed better than a philosopher, in relation to him

          

  5. Sect and Sectarianismo Education is a defining mark
    o 3 year university education, 5 years of studying medicine, learn surgery; granted license and have to pass a test at the end
    o Med school is very limiting; financially, racially, etc