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Science and secrets of early medicine
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A pictorial history and in essence, medical archaeology, by the author of The Century of the Surgeon.
In Egypt, the Ebers Papyrus (not later than B.C.) is actually a first textbook; there too, where they tried to cure, they also perfected the art of embalming and from the buried evidence many of the diseases then prevalent can now be identified.
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Exposing the secrets in the hidden book of true medical knowledge will make that day come sooner, rather than later. The secret book becomes strong evidence against those who hide and use this knowledge.
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Early Science and Medicine, which contains an extended book review section, has recently also begun to dedicate special feature sections to emerging historiographic fields. Science and secrets of early medicine: Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, China, Mexico, Peru. [Jürgen Thorwald] -- A pictorial history and in essence, medical.
OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Macht und Geheimnis der frühen Ärzte. Description: pages illustrations: Contents: Sunu: the early physicians in the Valley of the Nile --Asu: the physicians of Assur and Babylon --Vaidya: the knowers of ancient India --'i': the doctors of ancient China --Ticitl ahmen hampi-camayoc oquetlupuc: the early physicians in.
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