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The printing press as an agent of change: communications and cultural transformations in early-modern Europe
  • E. Freeman
  • Computer Science
  • Medical History
  • 1 October 1981
TLDR
Over the last fifteen years many of these traditional and sometimes competing kinds of bibliography have been drawing together into a new historical genre represented by a growing volume of monographs and journal articles and complete with the now obligatory French label as a seal of academic respectability-histoire du livre, best translated perhaps as "the historical sociology of the book". Expand
On the properties of things. John Trevisa's translation of... De proprietatibus rerum. A critical text
BARTHOLOMAEUS ANGLICUS, On the properties of things. John Trevisa's translation of . . . De proprietatibus rerum. A critical text, edited by M. C. Seymour et al., Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1975, 2Expand
Bibliotheca Osleriana: a Catalogue of Books illustrating the History of Medicine and Science collected, arranged, and annotated by Sir William Osler, Bt. and bequeathed to McGill University
  • E. Freeman
  • Computer Science
  • Medical History
  • 1 April 1971
TLDR
The line drawings are usefully chosen and placed to assist the text, but the plates are inconveniently grouped, and the few which depict modern radiographs are superfluous, or for the non-medical reader inadequate. Expand
CHARLES HOLWELL TALBOT (1906–1993)
TLDR
Charles H. Talbot was one of the first, competent medievalists in the post-war English-speaking world to treat medieval medicine seriously on the basis of a first-hand knowledge of its, mostly manuscript, texts. Expand
Richard J Durling
  • E. Freeman
  • Computer Science
  • Medical History
  • 1 January 2000
TLDR
His life's work was the explication and publication of the Galenic texts in their medieval phase: Galenus latinus, and his editions of Burgundio of Pisa's translations of De complexionibus and De interioribus more than fulfilled his self-imposed scholarly obligations. Expand
Some of the rarer books in the collection of the Medical Society of London.
  • E. Freeman
  • Medicine
  • Transactions of the Medical Society of London
  • 1974
Dr. Robert Heller (1907-1980)
  • E. Freeman
  • Computer Science
  • Medical History
  • 1 July 1980
TLDR
Dr. Robert Heller was a native of Vienna forced to flee Austria after a period of imprisonment by the Nazis and devoted the rest of his professional life as a physician-to his adopted country. Expand
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