Women's Healthcare in the Medieval West: Texts and Contexts
In this collection of seven major essays (one of them published here for the first time), Monica Green argues that a history of women's healthcare in medieval western Europe has not yet been written because it cannot yet be written - as the vast majority of texts relating to women's healthcare have never been edited or studied.
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Corrigenda et Addenda
Documenting Medieval Womens Medical Practice 322352
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