Alexander Fleming. The man and the myth

@article{Heatley1984AlexanderFT,
  title={Alexander Fleming. The man and the myth},
  author={N. G. Heatley},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1984},
  volume={28},
  pages={453 - 455}
}
together those sections which he assigns to author C, giving text, critical apparatus, translation, a brief commentary, and a good index of Greek words. He supplies a detailed account of the manuscript tradition, but what is lacking is any real discussion of ancient gynaecological theory. While this is a meticulous piece of work, it will do little to dispel any lingering doubts over the value, or indeed the possibility, of assigning Hippocratic texts to particular dates or to "schools… CONTINUE READING