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GALEN AND THE GIRLS: SOURCES FOR WOMEN MEDICAL WRITERS REVISITED1

  • HOLT N. PARKER (a1)

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1 All citations of Galen follow the ed. of Kühn, and will be given in the form CMGen. 7.12, 13.1013, etc., using the abbreviations of P.T. Keyser and G.L. Irby-Massie (edd.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientists: The Greek Tradition and Its Many Heirs (New York, 2008): On Compound Medicines according to Place (CMLoc.), On Compound Medicines according to Type (CMGen.) and Antidotes (Antid.). Kühn's text of these books, in the places I have spot-checked, copies the Greek text and Latin translation of R. Chartier (ed.), Operum Hippocratis Coi et Galeni Pergameni (Paris, 1649), which in turn repeats the Basel edn. of 1538, J. Cornarius (ed.), Galeni Pergameni opera omnia. A new edition is a clear desideratum but no Chalcenterus has risen to the challenge.

GALEN AND THE GIRLS: SOURCES FOR WOMEN MEDICAL WRITERS REVISITED1

  • HOLT N. PARKER (a1)

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