On the Origin of Hospitals for the Sick
Hospitals, Surgery, Medical Practitioners, Medical Treatment,
Hippocrates, Horace, Juvenal, Emperor Claudius I, Emperor Constantine I, Emperor Justinian I, Emperor Julian, St Jerome, St Isidore, William Stark
Presents a short history of hospital provision 'for the sick' from ancient Greece, through the Roman empire, to contemporary hospitals in Paris and Glasgow.
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