MAIRE Brigitte (ed.) : ” ‘Greek’ and ‘Roman’ in Latin medical texts: studies in cultural change and exchange in ancient medicine”

Volume dirigé par Brigitte MAIRE

Collection : Studies in Ancient Medicine

Volume : 42

Editeur : Brill

Date : 2014

Pages : 451

Présentation :

Latin medical texts transmit medical theories and practices that originated mainly in Greece. This interaction took place through juxtaposition, assimilation and transformation of ideas. ‘Greek’ and ‘Roman’ in Latin Medical Texts studies the ways in which this cultural interaction influenced the development of the medical profession and the growth of knowledge of human and animal bodies, and especially how it provided the foundations for innovations in the areas of anatomy, pathology and pharmacology, from the earliest Latin medical texts until well into the medieval world.

Sommaire :

PART 1 : The Physician

Véronique BOUDON-MILLOT, “Greek and Roman Patients under Galen’s Gaze : A Doctor at the Crossroads of Two Cultures”

Sébastien BARBARA, ““Memorial” Strategies of Court Physicians in the Imperial Period”

Pascal BADER, “The Identity, Legal Status and Origin of the Roman Army’s Medical Staff in the Imperial Age”

PART 2 : Medical Practice and Theory

Frédéric LE BLAY, “Pneumatism in Seneca: An Example of Interaction between Physics and Medicine”

Innocenzo MAZZINI, “References to Medical Authors in Non-Medical Latin Literature”

Marie-Hélène MARGANNE et Magali DE HARO SANCHEZ“At the Crossroads of Greek and Roman Medicine: The Contribution of Latin Papyri 1. Medical Texts; 2. Iatromagical Papyri”

PART 3 : Anatomy and Pathology

Béatrice BAKHOUCHE, “Calcidius, Witness to Greek Medical Theories: Eye Anatomy and Pathology”

Aurélien GAUTHERIE, “Physical Pain in Celsus’ On Medicine

PART 4 : Pharmacology and Magic

Antoine PIETROBELLI, “The Pharmacological Treatise Περὶ εὐφορβίου of Juba II, King of Mauretania”

Svetlana HAUTALA, ” “As a Matter of Fact, This is Not Difficult to Understand!”: The Addresses to the Reader in Greek and Latin Pharmacological Poetry”

Patricia GAILLARD-SEUX, “Magical Formulas in Pliny’s Natural History: Origins, Sources, Parallels”

Valérie BONET, “On Analgesic and Narcotic Plants: Pliny and His Greek Sources, the History of a Complex Graft”

Muriel PARDON-LABONNELIE, “Collyrium Names Attested on Stone Tablets: The Example of the Helvetian Corpus”

PART 5 : Language and Establishment of the Text

Vincenzo ORTOLEVA, “The Meaning and Etymology of the Adjective Apiosus

Serena BUZZI et Federico MESSINA, “The Latin and Greek Tradition of the Corpus Oribasianum

Alessia GUARDASOLE, “Galen of Pergamum: A Witness of Scribonius Largus’ Œuvre”

Sergio SCONOCCHIA, “Greek Medicine in Scribonius Largus’ Compositiones

Manuel E. VAZQUEZ BUJAN, “The Ancient Latin Commentary on the Hippocratic Aphorisms on the Threshold of the Twelfth Century”

Gerd V.M. HAVERLING, “On Terminological Variation in the Late Latin Translation of the Hippocratic Aphorisms

Laura LOPEZ FIGUEROA, “From Cassius Felix to Tereoperica: New Considerations on Indirect Tradition”

Valérie GITTON RIPOLL, “The Author of Book 10 of the Mulomedicina Chironis and Its Greek and Latin Sources”

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