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A History of Medicine in Ancient Greece and Rome
Videoby Island Prostate Centre Victoria

A History of Medicine in Ancient Greece and Rome

In this video, Dr. Maria Vlachaki presents a lecture on the history of medicine in ancient Greece and Rome
Roman Medicine: An Overview
Videoby Sarah Hicks

Roman Medicine: An Overview

This video is a brief description and overview of ancient Roman medicine.
Hygieia, the Goddess of Health
Articleby Mark Beumer

Hygieia, the Goddess of Health

Modern medicine has its origin in the ancient world. The oldest civilizations used magic and herbs to cure their sick people, but they also used religion to free them from harm and to protect their health. The medical care of today has its...
Heka
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Heka

Heka is the god of magic and medicine in ancient Egypt and is also the personification of magic itself. He is probably the most important god in Egyptian mythology but is often overlooked because his presence was so pervasive as to make him...
What can we learn from Ancient Greek medicine?
Videoby OpenLearn from The Open University

What can we learn from Ancient Greek medicine?

This video briefly describes the ancient Greek pursuit of knowledge in regards to medicine, and the associated practices.
Philosophy and the Practice of Medicine in Ancient Egypt
Videoby Wafeek Wahby

Philosophy and the Practice of Medicine in Ancient Egypt

This series, "A Futuristic Look at Ancient Lenses: A Symposium on Ancient Egypt" focuses on topics and discussions from Ancient Egypt, and involved scholars from across the Eastern Illinois University Campus. In this video, Dr. Kip McGilliard...
Gladatorial Medicine in the Roman Empire
Videoby University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Gladatorial Medicine in the Roman Empire

Courtney Ann Roby, PhD, from the Dept. of Classics at Cornell University presents, "Gladiatorial Medicine in the Roman Empire." In this lecture, Dr. Roby examines the career of Galen of Pergamum, a celebrity physician of Rome whose patients...
The Technology of Medicine in the Pharaonic Age
Videoby techEIU

The Technology of Medicine in the Pharaonic Age

This series, "A Futuristic Look at Ancient Lenses: A Symposium on Ancient Egypt" focuses on topics and discussions from Ancient Egypt, and involved scholars from across the Eastern Illinois University Campus. In this video, Dr. Thomas Hawkins...
The Early History of Clove, Nutmeg, & Mace
Articleby James Hancock

The Early History of Clove, Nutmeg, & Mace

The spices clove, nutmeg, and mace originated on only a handful of tiny islands in the Indonesian archipelago but came to have a dramatic, far-reaching impact on world trade. In antiquity, they became popular in the medicines of India and...
Statue of Asklepios
Imageby Nina Aldin Thune

Statue of Asklepios

Statue of Asclepius, the Greek God of medicine, holding the symbolic Rod of Asclepius with its coiled serpent. The Glypotek, Copenhagen.
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