Lewis-Gibson : Medical; philosophy

Lewis-Gibson

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Bifolium from a medico-philosophical work dealing with general medical theory and focussing in particular on the four elements, the four qualities and the four humours of Galenic medicine. The text moves on to dealing with the organs of the human body, mentioning the brain, liver, hands, and skin.</p>




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