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INDEX.



Academics, 56

Adamantius, 116

Adams of Banchory, 31, 32, 124

Æsculapius, 3, 13, 14
----, College of, 6
----, temple of, 4, 14, 17

Ætius, 118

Agathinus, 87

Agrippa, 63

Alexander of Tralles, 119

Alexander the Great, 38, 40, 41

Alexandria, 42

Alexandrian School, 42

Anatomy, 27, 44, 46, 76, 101, 140

Andromachus, 68, 82

Antonius Musa, 65

Antyllus, 112

Apollo, 3, 13

Apollonius, 80
----, alleged miracles of, 81

Aqueducts, 9, 155

Archagathus, 5

Archiater, 6, 68

Archigenes, 88

Aretæus, 87

Aristotle, 25, 40

Asclepiadæ, 18, 40, 44

Asclepiades of Prusa, 23, 51, 146

Asklepieion of Cos, 19

Astrology, 68

Athenæus, 86

Athletes, 147

Augustus, 63

Aurelianus, 91


Baths, Greek, 148
----, Roman, 149

Baths of Caracalla, 44, 153
---- at Pompeii, 152

Byzantine Period, 111


Cabalists, 128

Cælius Aurelianus, 91

Cæsar, Julius, 44, 54, 55

Caligula, 67

Caracalla, 44, 153

Cassius Felix, 89

Catacombs, 160

Cato the Elder, 7, 8

Celsus, 48, 72
----, works of, 73

Christ, miracles of, 138

Christianity, 128
---- and hospitals, 133

Chrysippos, 46

Claudius, 67

Cleombrotus, 46

Cloaca Maxima, 8, 159

Cnidos, 17, 44, 50

Constantine, 130

Cornelius Agrippa, 1

Cos, 17, 44

Cremation, 159


Decline of Healing Art, 111
---- of Rome, 111

Democedes, 22

Democritus, 23, 25

Demon Theories of Disease, 136

Dietetics, 32, 103

Dioscorides, 88

Disposal of the dead, 159

Dogmatic School, 23

Drainage, 159

Drug-sellers, 59


Eclectics, 87

Elements, the four, 39

Empirics, 23

Empiricism, 23, 48

Epicureans, 56

Erasistratus, 45, 47

Essenes, 45, 127

Euclid, 43

Eudemus, 79


Fabiola, 135

Fees, 162


Galen, 96, 146
----, influence of, 110
----, works of, 99

Gibbon, 10, 56, 120, 140

Gladiatorial games, 130

Gladiators, 147

Gnostics, 128

Gods of disease, 3
----, of healing, 3, 15

Gorgias, 25

Gymnasia, 19, 145

Gymnastics, 143
----, inventor of medical, 146
----, opinions of physicians on, 146

Gymnasiarch, 20, 144

Gynæcology, 31, 93, 107


Heliodorus, 91

Herodicus, 25

Herodotus, 22, 91

Herophilus, 45, 46

Hippocrates, 7, 25, 146
----, sons of, 37
----, works of, 26

Hippocratic Law, 33
----, Oath, 35

Homer, 15, 16, 148

Horatillavus, 61

Hospitals, 133
----, founders of, 135

Hygeia, 15


Iccus, 146


Jacobus Psychristus, 116

Justinian, 130


Lectisternium, 3

Leucippus, 23

Library of Alexandria, 43

Livy, 2, 4


Machaon, 16, 17

Mæcenas, 66

Magnus, 116

Marinus, 95

Meges of Sidon, 79

Melampus, 15

Meletius, 116

Methodism, 23, 51, 54

Miracles of Apollonius, 80

----, of Christ, 138
----, of Vespasian, 140


Mithridates, 45

Mithridaticum, 45

Monastic medicine, 137

Moschion, 123


Nemesius, 116

Neoplatonism, 112

Nero, 67, 69, 70

Nerva, 81

Numa Pompilius, 2


Obstetrics, 31, 93

Octavianus, 55

Oculists, 70

Operations, 29, 30, 78, 113
----, dental, 2

Oribasius, 87, 93, 114

Orphanages, 132

Ovid, 24


Pathology, 104

Paulus Ægineta, 94, 113, 124

Period, anatomic, 21, 45
----, philosophic, 21
----, primitive, 20
----, sacred, 21

Pestilence in Rome, 89

Philinus of Cos, 48

Philosophy, 56

Plague, 4, 120

Plato, 25, 39

Platonists, 56

Pliny, 3, 52, 65, 72, 84, 146

Plutarch, 5, 7

Pneumatism, 86

Podalarius, 16

Poisoners, women, 70

Priest-physicians, 1, 134

Priests, 18

Proclus, 140

Ptolemy, 43

Public health regulations, 161

Pythagoras, 21

Pythagoreans, 22


Quacks, 58, 61

Quintus, 95


Rhodes, 17

Roman quacks, 58, 61

Rome, 56
----, medical practice in, 58

Rufus of Ephesus, 94


Saints, 138

St. Luke, 139

St. Paul, 139, 148

Sanitation, 8, 155

Sceptics, 24

Scribonius largus, 82

Seneca, 67, 131

Serapion, 50

Serpents, 14

Sewers, 8, 9, 159

Slave-physicians, 60

Slaves, 60

Soranus, 92

Stoics, 56, 129

Suetonius, 140

Surgery, 30, 73, 107

Surgical instruments, 90


Tacitus, 140

Temple of Æsculapius, 4, 14, 17

Temples, 3, 4, 17

Themison of Laodicea, 23, 53, 54

Theophrastus, 42

Theriaca, 98

Thermæ, 152

Thessalus of Tralles, 83

Thrasyllus, 66

Tiberius, 66


Vettius Valleus, 82

Vitruvius, 144, 157


Water supply, 63, 155

Women poisoners, 70

Wounds of Julius Cæsar, 55

Table of Contents


  OUTLINES OF
  GREEK AND ROMAN
  PREFACE.
  EARLY ROMAN MEDICINE.
  EARLY GREEK MEDICINE.
  MACHAON (SON OF ASKLEPIOS),
  HIPPOCRATES.
  "THE LAW.
  "THE OATH.
  PLATO, ARISTOTLE, THE SCHOOL OF ALEXANDRIA AND EMPIRICISM.
  THE ALEXANDRIAN SCHOOL.
  ROMAN MEDICINE AT THE END OF THE REPUBLIC AND THE BEGINNING OF THE
  IN THE REIGN OF THE
  PHYSICIANS FROM THE TIME OF AUGUSTUS TO THE DEATH OF NERO.
  THE FIRST AND SECOND CENTURIES OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA.
  GALEN.
  I.--WORKS ON ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
  II.--WORKS ON DIETETICS AND HYGIENE.
  III.--ON PATHOLOGY.
  IV.--ON DIAGNOSIS.
  V.--ON PHARMACY, MATERIA MEDICA, AND THERAPEUTICS.
  VI.--SURGERY.
  THE LATER ROMAN AND BYZANTINE PERIOD.
  INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIANITY ON ALTRUISM AND THE HEALING ART.
  ROMAN HOSPITALS.
  GYMNASIA AND BATHS.
  GYMNASTICS.
  GREEK AND BATHS
  SANITATION.
  THE WATER-SUPPLY.
  DRAINAGE.
  DISPOSAL OF THE DEAD.
  APPENDIX.
  FEES IN ANCIENT TIMES.
  INDEX.


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