6 edition of Health in antiquity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Helen King.|
|Contributions||King, Helen, 1957-|
|LC Classifications||R138 .H43 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004017046|
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location London. Imprint by: 2. Answers to these and many previously untouched questions are dealt with by renowned ancient historians, classical scholars and archaeologists. Using a multi-disciplined approach, the contributors assess the issues surrounding health in the Greco-Roman world from prehistory to Christian late antiquity.4/5(1).
Sources range from palaeodemography to patristic and from archaeology to architecture and using these, this book considers what health meant, how it was thought to be achieved, and addresses how the ancient world can be perceived as an ideal in subsequent periods of history.
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Book Description. How healthy were people in ancient Greece and Rome, and how did they think about maintaining and restoring their health. For students of classics, history or the history of medicine, answers to these and many previously untouched questions are dealt with by renowned ancient historians, classical scholars and archaeologists.
Some ancients believed that disease and ill-health came from Pandora's jar, as prescribed in myth, whilst others saw man as the protagonist of his own ill-health. This collection of fourteen essays on health in antiquity takes an approach which deviates away from medicine and studies not only concepts of health in ancient times, but also how.
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