2 edition of Medical illustrations in medieval manuscripts found in the catalog.
Medical illustrations in medieval manuscripts
Loren Carey MacKinney
Bibliography: p. 186-190.
|Statement||by Loren MacKinney.|
|LC Classifications||N8223 .M25 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 262 p.|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||65021268|
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The illustrations from medieval medical manuscripts provide a brilliant picture of medical practice not only in the Middle Ages, but also in Ancient Greece and Rome, whence came, in somewhat degraded form, much of the medieval knowledge of medicine and surgery/5.
The illustrations from medieval medical manuscripts provide a brilliant picture of medical practice not only in the Middle Ages, but also in Ancient Greece and Rome, whence came, in somewhat degraded form, much of the medieval knowledge of medicine and surgery Author: Loren MacKinney.
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Illustrations from John of Arderne's medical treatise Mirror of Phlebotomy & Practice of Surgery. Glasgow University Library MS Hunter (U) Manuscripts can be seen as time capsules,” says. Medical illustrations in medieval manuscripts.
London: Wellcome Historical Medical Library, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Loren C MacKinney; Wellcome Historical Medical Library. Bizarre and vulgar illustrations from illuminated medieval manuscripts.
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Medical illustrations in medieval manuscripts MacKinney, Loren Carey; Wellcome Historical Medical Library (Medicine and art., Illumination of books and manuscripts., Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medical illustration.).
The Mackinney Collection of Medieval Medical Illustrations An indispensable tool for those researching Medieval and Early Modern medicine and medical imagery, this site provides access to an extensive collection of medical illustrations dating from the 6th to the 16th century and gathered from more than 30 institutions and libraries.
Users can browse by many topics, [ ]. The MacKinney Collection of Medieval Medical Illustrations; The image is a part of a manuscript held by the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, MS fr. folio 15v. View complete image and associated data.
Hecho a Mano Latin American Book Arts: Helen G. Edmonds Papers, Images in medieval and early modern treatises on medicine, pharmacy, and natural history often confound our expectations about the functions of medical and scientific illustrations.
They do not look very much like the things they purport to portray; and their actual usefulness in everyday medical practice or teaching is not obvious. The manuscripts discussed here—herbals, cautery texts, and assorted compilations—are a small sample of the medical books circulating in the early Middle Ages.
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Medieval Medical Illustrations in Medieval Manuscripts: Part I: Early Medicine in Illuminated Manuscripts and Part II: Medical Miniatures in the Extant Manuscripts: A Checklist Compiled with the Assistance of Thomas Herndon. London: Wellcome Historical Medical Library; Berkeley: University of California Press, Pächt, Otto.