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The Medical Unity of the Mediterrnean World in Antiquity and The Middle Ages

by Vryonis, Speros (Jr)

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Herakleion, Crete: Crete University Press, 1991. ".. a fascinating surveyof the achievements .. of the ancient medical schools .. and of the adoption and standardization of ancient doctrines in Byzantine and Arab medical centres..." A lecture delivered at the first Mediterranean Medical Meeting Herakleion, Crete, 24-29 sept. 1989, organise par Medical school of the University of Crete. [Foundation for research and technology (Hellas), Institute for Mediterranean studies ; in co-operation with the Speros Basil Vryonis Center for Hellenic studies (Sacramento, Ca.). 34p. bibliography.. First Edition. French Wraps. New.


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