Behinderungen und Beeinträchtigungen = disability and impairment in antiquity

@inproceedings{Breitwieser2012BehinderungenUB,
  title={Behinderungen und Beeintr{\"a}chtigungen = disability and impairment in antiquity},
  author={Rupert Breitwieser},
  year={2012}
}
The series Studies in Early Medicine was established to allow scholars from all disciplines a forum for presenting new, groundbreaking or challenging research into aspects of disease, disability, health, medicine and society in the ancient and early medieval world, from prehistory to the Middle Ages. This present volume is the second in the series and presents some recent research into disability and impairment in Antiquity. Contents: Preface (Rupert Breitwieser); 1) Disability and… 
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