Innovations and Adaptations in Ancient Egyptian Medicine

  title={Innovations and Adaptations in Ancient Egyptian Medicine},
  author={Robert Kriech Ritner},
  journal={Journal of Near Eastern Studies},
  pages={107 - 117}
  • R. Ritner
  • Published 1 April 2000
  • Art, Medicine
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
L'A evoque les innovations intervenues dans le domaine medical dans l'ancienne Egypte au cours des temps. Il donne un bref resume de ces changements methodologiques et enonce les contributions des egyptiens a la medecine classique. 
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