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Quarantine, trade and health policies in Ragusa-Dubrovnik until the age of George Armmenius-Baglivi.

@article{Frati2000QuarantineTA,
  title={Quarantine, trade and health policies in Ragusa-Dubrovnik until the age of George Armmenius-Baglivi.},
  author={P. Frati},
  journal={Medicina nei secoli},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={
          103-27
        }
}
  • P. Frati
  • Published 2000
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Medicina nei secoli
  • A Decree of 1377 of the Rector of Dubrovnik-Ragusa officially issued quarantine. The obligation of a stay for 4 weeks on a separate site (islands or caravenserai) originated mainly from the need to protect the safety and quality of the commercial network and merchandise rather than for medical aetiopathogenetic purposes. The well documented network of representatives of the Republic in European ports and cities and the attention of the Ragusan rulers to medicine (the best physicians were sought… CONTINUE READING
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