GALEN (129-199) clistere era, according to Galen, the remedy in order to remove the'excesses of corpo'in the cure of the majority of the diseases. One believed in fact that the evils stagnated in a precise point of the body and for the guarigione their spillage was necessary. Miniature from manuscript (France or Fiandre) of the 5th century

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title: THE CLISTERE OF GALEN

subject date: 2010-04-23

caption: GALEN (129-199) clistere era, according to Galen, the remedy in order to remove the'excesses of corpo'in the cure of the majority of the diseases. One believed in fact that the evils stagnated in a precise point of the body and for the guarigione their spillage was necessary. Miniature from manuscript (France or Fiandre) of the 5th century

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image century : XV

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doctorsvisitdoctormedicineMiddle AgesMediorienteto clistereGalen C.sickClassic antiquitySt John of GodHospital BrothersprotectornurseBrotherSantinolittle imageorder of the Hospital BrothersRenaissancepatient

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