The Trotula: A Medieval Compendium of Women's Medicine

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Monica H. Green
University of Pennsylvania Press, Mar 19, 2001 - History - 301 pages
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"This long-awaited book makes available . . . the most important collection of material on women's diseases and their treatments for the period from the twelfth to the fifteenth centuries."—Social History of Medicine

  

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Contents

Womens Medicine
4
The Fate of the Trotula
51
Edition and Translation of the Standardized Trotula Ensemble
71
De Curis MulierumOn Treatments for Women
116
De Ornatu MulierumOn Womens Cosmetics
166
Compound Medicines Employed in
193
Notes to the Latin Version
231
Notes to the English Translation
250
Index Nominum et Locorum
269
General Index
295
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Monica H. Green is Associate Professor of History at Duke University.

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