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Regimen sanitatis = the rule of health

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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Published by Maclehose in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hygiene -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRegimen sanitatis Salernitanum. Irish
    Statementby H. Cameron Gillies.
    ContributionsGillies, H. Cameron
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA775 R313 1911
    The Physical Object
    Pagination139 p., [15] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17439075M

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    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. Regimen definition, a regulated course, as of diet, exercise, or manner of living, intended to preserve or restore health or to attain some result. See more.

      The Rules The Salerno health regimen was based in the humoral theory of medicine, which is focused on keeping balance among the body’s . 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. The original.


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Regimen Sanitatis - The Rule of Health A Gaelic Medical Manuscript of the Early Sixteenth Century or perhaps older By H.

Cameron Gillies, M.D. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. 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.

Regimen sanitatis. Regimen sanitatis, the rule of health. Glasgow, Printed for the Author by R. Maclehose & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Available now at - Cloth - Robert Maclehose, Glasgow - - Book Condition: VG+ - 1st of This Edition. - Gilt lettered blue cloth.

A Gaelic Medical Manuscript of the early 16th century or perhaps older: from the Vade Mecum of the Famous Macbeaths, physicians to the Lords of the Isles and the Kings of Scotland for several centuries. 2 REGIMENSANITATIS wasKeeperoftheRecordsofDublin CastlefromonwardsuntilhewasmadeUlsterKingof ArmsinHewasdevotedtophilologyandtotheGaelic.

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. by Gillies, H. Cameron (Hugh Cameron) ; British : 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, physicians to the Lords of the Isles and the Kings of Scotland for several centuries.

Medieval Cookery Books for sale at the Bookshop. A Salernitan Regimen of Health. 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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3 vols. (Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi. Using a history of ideas methodology, this paper examines one aspect of that history—the Regimen Sanitatis. Developed at the time of classical Greek medicine, the regimen is a set of rules for healthy living that were influential from the 12 th to the 19 th centimes.

In particular, those rules that address what people should do or not do in. Other articles where Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum is discussed: 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. Among its oft-quoted couplets is the following. 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.

Introduction. This tract Regimen Sanitatis or the Rule of Health is from a Gaelic Medical Manuscript which I found at the British Museum. The MS.

(catalogued as Add. ) consists of sixty-two vellum folios, the same size as is here reproduced. The cover is skin-covered board ornamented by simple straight-line devices. The Rule of Health (Regimen sanitatis) is a didactic medieval poem in hexameter verse containing a popular simplification of the Galenic rules on diet and hygiene in the context of domestic medical ed around the twelfth century, it gradually became a very popular work memorized by generations of doctors and translated into several vernacular languages.

Regimen Sanitatis, The Rule of Health Aa Gaelic Medical Manuscript of the early sixteenth century, or perhaps older, from The Vade Mecum of the famous Macbeaths, physicians to the Lords of the Isles and the Kings of Scotland for several centuries by H.

Cameron Gillies, M.D. Glasgow: Printed for the author by Robert Maclehose & Co Ltd, End date: p Foreword to the Digital Edition.

This digital edition of the Regimen Sanitatis, edited by H. Cameron Gillies, and published by Glasgow University Press, is the first Irish medical text published by the Corpus of Electronic Texts (CELT) on the Internet.

It is based on British Library MS Add. and was copied in by Aodh Ó Cendamhain whose scribal signature is on f. 11rbz. Good Health Through Food and Regimen (Paperback) by Dr. T.L. Devaraj and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Regimen Sanitatis - The Rule of Health A Gaelic Medical Manuscript of the Early Sixteenth Century By H.

Cameron Gillies, M.D. Digital images of a late 15th century or early 16th century vellum manuscript containing the same text, Without doubt this book belonged to John MacBeath, one of the very remarkable family of that name who were.

Broadly speaking, regimina sanitatis are practical hygiene handbooks aimed at ensuring the maintenance of individual or collective health by offering a general regimen for living. Indebted to Arab and Greek medicine, they consist of a collection of rules that teach people to act hygienically and to avoid excesses, which always entail terrible.

"Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum", Latin: "The Salernitan Rule of Health" (commonly known as "Flos medicinae" or "Lilium medicinae" - "The Flower of Medicine", "The Lily of Medicine") is a medieval didactic poem in hexameter verse. It is allegedly a work of the Schola Medica Salernitana (from which its other name "Flos medicinae scholae salerni" is derived).Regimen sanitatis.

Regimen sanitatis, the rule of health. Glasgow, Printed for the Author by R. Maclehose & Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: H Cameron Gillies. Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum: Code Of Health Of The School Of Salernum [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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