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Primary Sources

    Aelfric. Aelfric's Colloquy. various translators. c. 1100s.

    Anonymous De Adventu Medici Aegrotum.

    Arano, L.C. The Medieval Handbook Tacuinum Sanitatis. George Braziller, Inc. New York, 1976.

    De Bordeaux, Marcellus. "Corpus Medicorum Latinorum." De Medicamentis Liber. 1536.

    Hildegard, Saint. Causae & curae. Mueller, Inc. Salzburg, 1957.

     

    Bald's Leechbook. Vol. 5 in Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile. Ed. Wright, C.E. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, 1955.

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Secondary Sources

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    Campbell, Anna Montgomery. The Black Death and Men of Learning. AMS Press, Inc. New York, 1966.

    Campbell, Sheila. Health, Disease and Healing in Medieval Culture. St. Martin's Press. New York, 1992.

    Cantor, Norman F. The Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages. Penguin Books. New York, 1999.

    Carlino, Andrea. Books of the Body - Anatomical Ritual and Renaissance Learning. tr. Tedeschi, J. and Tedeschi, Anne C. The University of Chicago Press. Chicago, 1999.

    Furley, David J. and Wilkie, J.S. Galen on Respiration and the Arteries. Princeton University Press. Princeton, 1984.

    Garcia-Ballester, Luis et al, editors. Practical Medicine from Salerno to the Black Death. Cambridge University Press. New York, 1994.

    Gottfried, Robert S. Doctors and Medicine in Medieval England. Princeton University Press. Princeton, 1986.

    Grant, Edward. Studies in Medieval Science and Natural Philosophy. Galliard (Printers) Ltd. London, 1981.

    Grmek, Mirko D. Western Medical Thought from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Harvard University Press. Cambridge, 1998.

    Hughes, Muriel Joy. Women Healers in Medieval Life and Literature. Books for Libraries Press. New York, 1942.

    Kealy, Edward J. Medieval Medicus - A Social History of Anglo-Norman Medicine. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, 1981.

    Kevorkian, Jack. The Story of Dissection. Philosophical Library, Inc. New York, 1959.

    Richards, Peter. The Medieval Leper and His Northern Heirs. Barnes & Noble, Inc. New York, 1977.

    Scragg, D. G. editor. Superstition and Popular Medicine in Anglo-Saxon England. University of Manchester. Manchester, 1989.

    Singer, Charles. "Visions of Hildegard of Bingen". From Magic to Science - Essays on the Scientific Twilight. Kessinger Publishing Company. Montana, 1981.

    Siraisi, Nancy G. Medieval and Early Renaissance Medicine. The University of Chicaco Press. Chicago, 1990.

    Walsh, James J. Medieval Medicine. AMS Press, Inc. New York, 1920.

    Williman, Daniel. The Black Death - The Impact of the Fourteenth-Century Plague. Vol. 3 in Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies. Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, SUNY at Binghamton. Binghamton, 1977.

    Ziegler, Philip. The Black Death. Alan Sutton Publishing, Inc. Wolfeboro Falls, 1991.


 
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