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  1. Physician (L. physica)
  2. Votives
  3. Hippocrates and Byzantine
  4. Liberal arts in late antiquity and medieval time
  5. Ordinary and Extraordinary lectures
  1. a grammar, dialectic, rhetoric, geometry, arithmetic, astronomy, and music
    o Art of the free people
  2. b o By a person who is essentially a professor of that university
    o A minor lecture
    • One in the morning, then evening
    • Read parts of the text
    • Very ordered and structured
    • Medicine is a 4 year program at the time
  3. c Study of Nature, natural philosophy, seeing elements and humors and how the body works
    Will have a contract with the patients, like insurance
  4. d body parts of what you heal up, sculptors
  5. e o 13th century fresco
    o Galen being lectured to by Hippocrates
    • The complexion of the day itself and temperaments of human beings

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. o A historical figure
    • We don't really think of him as the father of medicine
    o Medicine today is real science not art
  2. Life and Virtues of St. Martin, Bishop of Tours
    - comes across as idea of experience through the writers eyes.
    - go to certain Saints for healings, treated for specific disease.
  3. (end of 15th century)
    o Shows oath was not very important in universities until this time
    o Starts putting into the appendex of the articella
    • shows how to get a good student rather than taking the oath
    • without pagan gods
    • interpretation of the oath but using it in a way that works for them
  4. o Breaking it up in different sects
    o Against the Methodists, they were irrational
    o Galen doesn't have a sect
  5. o Galen, Avecenna, Hippocrates
    • 3 major readings
    o The way medical texts were looked at in Medieval setting
    • Look at them analytically
    • Argue back and forth the reason for differences in opinion

5 True/False questions

  1. Methodist• Short pithy statements / very practical

          

  2. Tatian, Oratio• Collection of different criticism talking of demons and disease
    • Main criticism - playing with term pharmacology - could also mean poison
    • In the material world, demons control everything and try to make things confusing so that we don't find God

          

  3. Nomoscustom/law

          

  4. Empiricist...

          

  5. Testimonies• Stele of Epidaurus/ Theodore of Sykeon - Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
    • Aelius Aristides (117-181 AD) / Life and Virtues of St. Martin, Bishop of Tours
    o (Both He and Theordore gave accounts in the first person)

    • Means of cure - Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
    o Not like Asclepius because he uses medication and cuts people open
    o Beyond what any physician would do
    o A saint looking toward the power of god to heal someone
    o Not using prognosis, he is predicting the future (prophecy)
    • Cause of disease -sins, evil, something causing it, there's a hole in what is good, demons
    o For Asclepius, it's an imbalance in the body, very Greek medical
    • Reason for testimony - glorification, convincing people to be healed
    o Believe in the Saint for the cure
    • Healing patrons and pagan gods - a certain saint could heal a certain part / disease