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probably blood letting or bleeding to remove the illness from the body. British Library, Add MS detail of f. Gallican Psalter (‘the Luttrell Psalter’) with calendar and additional material Medieval Books, Medieval World, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, British Library, Renaissance, Medieval Drawings, Medieval Furniture

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British Library, Add MS 42130, detail of f. 61r. Gallican Psalter (‘the Luttrell Psalter’) with calendar and additional material (1325-1340)

century medical instruments from 'Kitab al-Tasrif' by the century Andalucian doctor, Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi. Islamic World, Islamic Art, Islam And Science, History Of Islam, Magic Squares, Vintage Medical, Medieval Times, Medical History, Meaning Of Life

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"Let no one read me who is not a mathematician." [Da Vinci] The Bodleian Library at Oxford University proves once again that nothing in ...

Detail from The Luttrell Psalter, British Library Add MS 42130 (medieval Medieval World, Medieval Castle, Medieval Art, Vintage Oddities, Late Middle Ages, Historical Artifacts, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Clothing, Word Pictures

Castle Life

All about life in a medieval Castle. Living in castles, chateaux forts, stately homes, manor houses and great country houses

10 Excruciating Medical Treatments from the Middle Ages Blood-letting : 10 Excruciating Medical Treatments from the Middle Ages - (medieval medicine) Middle Ages History, Medieval World, Medical Design, Vintage Medical, Medical History, Healing Herbs, Dark Ages, The Cure, Miniature

10 Excruciating Medical Treatments from the Middle Ages - Oddee

Medieval medicine: from hot irons for hemorrhoids to bloodletting for almost any ailment; meet ten of the most horrible treatments of middle age's medicine, presented by our guest author David Morton.

Stage 20 - "No, these aren't weapons. These are Roman surgical instruments." - *shudder * thankful that I'm not a Roman Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Medical Photography, Roman Britain, Vintage Medical, Roman History, Instruments, Medical History

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“No, these aren't weapons. These are Roman surgical instruments.”

King Baldwin IV contracted leprosy in childhood, presumably from a member of the R. King Baldwin, King Of Jerusalem, Medical Pictures, Great King, Medieval Times, Akita, Middle Ages, Childhood, Illustration

King Baldwin IV contracted leprosy in childhood, possibly from a member of the Royal household affected with a mild form of the infection. The general approach to treatment of leprosy during the medieval period included modifications in the diet and bloodletting to restore the body humours.

[SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS].  A group of 21 of finely grained wrought iron surgical instruments. European, 16th or 17th Century. Health Practices, Medical Equipment, 17th Century, Wrought Iron, Barber, Counseling, Sheep, Anatomy, Concept Art

[SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS]. A group of 21 of finely grained wrought iron surgical instruments. European, 16th or 17th Century.

View [SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS]. A group of 21 of finely grained wrought iron surgical instruments. European, 16th or 17th Century. on Christies.com, as well as other lots from the Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts Including Americana

Bloodletting, from 'Traite de Medecine' by Aldebrande de Florence Creator(s): French School Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Florence, New Scientist, Digital Ink, Hematology, French School, Medical Science, Medical History

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Altasrif (thirteenth century Latin translation) by Albucasis  Al-Zahrawi (Albucasis) (936-1013) was a surgeon of Spanish/Arab descent, and became a major figure in the history of medicine with his comprehensive and systematic review of surgery, the Altasrif. It described more than fifty surgical conditions, including bloodletting, midwifery, urinary diversion into the rectum, reduction mammoplasty, tracheotomy, craniotomy, and lithotomy. History Of Islam, William The Conqueror, Medieval Life, Vintage Medical, Medical Science, Midwifery, Medical History, 14th Century, Middle Ages

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Altasrif (thirteenth century Latin translation) by Albucasis Al-Zahrawi (Albucasis) (936-1013) was a surgeon of Spanish/Arab descent, and became a major figure in the history of medicine with his comprehensive and systematic review of surgery, the Altasrif. It described more than fifty surgical conditions, including bloodletting, midwifery, urinary diversion into the rectum, reduction mammoplasty, tracheotomy, craniotomy, and lithotomy.