1 edition of Regimen sanitatis found in the catalog.
This material has been provided by The University of Glasgow Library. The original may be consulted at The University of Glasgow Library.
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Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum. School of Salernum. London: . Regimen sanitatis salernitanum;a poem on the preservation of health in rhyming Latin verse. Addressed by the school of Salerno to Robert of Normandy, son of William the Conqueror, with an ancient translation: By. Croke, Alexander, Sir, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Oxford,D.A. Talboys,
Probably the most popular medical work of the fifteenth century, the Latin Regimen sanitatis [Rule of Health] was translated into almost every European language following its first appearance in print in Nearly forty different editions were produced before Composed in the twelfth or thirteenth century, the Regimen is a didactic poem of domestic medical practice, containing. 2 REGIMENSANITATIS wasKeeperoftheRecordsofDublin CastlefromonwardsuntilhewasmadeUlsterKingof ArmsinHewasdevotedtophilologyandtotheGaelic.
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due. The School of Salernum: Regimen sanitatis Salerni by HARRINGTON, John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Entitled Regimen sanitatis, this book was a collection of dietary and pharmaceutical rules written in verse.
The original version contained lines. It was annotated and edited by Arnold of Villanova, a leading physician with strong chemical interests, and the book attained a. The Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum is one of the most popular poems in the history of both medicine and literature.
Written sometime during the twelfth or thirteenth centuries, there have been over manuscript versions and approximately printed editions.
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Code of health of the school of Salernum Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Latin and English on opposite pages Pages: Regimen sanitatis: the rule of health: a Gaelic medical manuscript of the early sixteenth century or perhaps older: from the Vade mecum of the famous Macbeaths.
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Cameron Gillies, M.D. El Regimen Sanitatis, redactado en el entorno de la Escuela Médica de Salerno, exponía un conjunto de recomendaciones acerca de las normas de higiene, alimentación, plantas medicinales y otras indicaciones terapéuticas.
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Description: The Regimen Sanitatus Salernitanum is a strange work originally delivered in the form of poetry in the 12th century. First translated into English init takes the form of a combination dietary guide and medicinal work.
The Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum (the lilium medicinae) is one of the oldest comprehensive health guides ever penned by mankind. Dating to the medieval era, it speaks on phlebotomy (bloodletting), diet, exercise, and disease prevention.
All of its content is presented against the backdrop of the four : Schola Salernitana. The Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum was created, allegedly, by famous doctors for English royalty and disseminated in the form of a poem.
It recommends, very specifically, red wine, fresh eggs. Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum Contributor(s): Arnaldus, de Villanova, Joannes, de Mediolano Vitali, Bernardino dei, activeprinter Publication: Impressum Venetiis: per Bernadinu[m] Venetu[m] de Vitalibus, [after ?] Language(s): Latin Format: Text Subject(s): Hygiene Diet Materia Medica Health Behavior Genre(s): Poetry.
Regime[n] sanitatis. Alternate Title(s): Regimen sanitatis Uniform Title(s): Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum Contributor(s): Virgil.
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Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum Contributor(s): Arnaldus, de Villanova, Joannes, de Mediolano Husner, Georg,printer Publication: [Strassburg: Printer of the Jordanus de Quedlinburg (Georg Husner), 29 Dec.
] Language(s): Latin Format: Text Subject(s): Hygiene Diet Materia Medica Health Behavior Genre(s): Poetry Incunabula. The authors publish a previously unedited Regimen of Health attributed to Avenzoar (Ibn Zuhr), translated at Montpellier in in a collaboration between a Jewish philosopher and a Christian surgeon, the former translating the original Arabic into their shared Occitan vernacular, the latter translating that into : Michael R.
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Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum In history of medicine: Salerno and the medical schools of composite authorship, was the Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum (“Salernitan Guide to Health”). Written in verse, it appeared in numerous editions and was translated into many languages. Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum.
De conservada bona valetudine, scholae Salernitanae opusculum. Franc.: Apud Chr. Egenolphum  "The Salerno school produced the most popular health and cure book of the Middle Ages. Entitled Regimen sanitatis, this book was a collection of dietary and pharmaceutical rules written in verse.
In the late Middle Ages, princes and the powerful learnt the health and hygiene rules of rational medicine from the Tacuinum Sanitatis, a treatise on well-being and health widely disseminated in the 14th and 15th centuries. The treatise was written in Arabic by Ububchasym de Baldach, or Ibn Butlân as he was also known, a Christian physician born in Baghdad and who died in.
Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum, printed between and It was an intriguing question, to which we did not immediately have an answer. NLM keeps many rare book catalogues, especially those pertaining to medical and scientific books, but Kraus Catalogue no.
was not one of them.The school of Salernum; Regimen sanitatis salernitanum. by Harington, John, Sir,Francis R. (Francis Randolph) Packard,Fielding H. (Fielding Hudson) Garrison. Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.Medieval towns did not have systems of sewers or water pipes like Rome had. Medieval towns were probably filthy. Garbage and human waste was thrown into the streets. Houses were made of wood, mud.