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Diebold Schilling, Spiezer Chronik Bern · 1484/85 Mss.h.h.I.16  Folio 113

Diebold Schilling, Spiezer Chronik Bern · 1484/85 Mss.h.h.I.16 Folio 113

c.1471 Allemagne Ms. germ. qu. 12 - Die sieben weisen Meister Digitale Sammlungen Frankfurt

c.1471 Allemagne Ms. germ. qu. 12 - Die sieben weisen Meister Digitale Sammlungen Frankfurt

Conservative shoes on the left and fashionable shoes on the right.  Taccuino Sanitatis

Conservative shoes on the left and fashionable shoes on the right. Taccuino Sanitatis

Bloodletting was common in medicine until the late 19th century, and it was believed that eliminating "bad blood" cured many diseases. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Bloodletting was common in medicine until the late 19th century, and it was believed that eliminating "bad blood" cured many diseases. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Credit: Operation on a wounded soldier, from the 'Roman de Troie' (vellum), Italian School, (14th century) / Biblioteca Marciana, Venice, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Credit: Operation on a wounded soldier, from the 'Roman de Troie' (vellum), Italian School, (14th century) / Biblioteca Marciana, Venice, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Konrad : Schachzabelbuch Elsass, 1414 Cgm 1111  Folio 273

Konrad : Schachzabelbuch Elsass, 1414 Cgm 1111 Folio 273

Feldbüch der Wundartzney (1497) by Hans von Gersdorff  In the illustration by the famous German surgeon Hans von Gersdorff (ca 1480-1540), note that the physician was using his left hand as a tourniquet to both reduce bleeding, and to compress the nerves for pain control. The man on the right of the illustration was wearing a “T,” likely indicating that he suffered from St. Anthony’s Fire, which was probably erysipelas, a Group A streptococcal infection common at the time

Feldbüch der Wundartzney (1497) by Hans von Gersdorff In the illustration by the famous German surgeon Hans von Gersdorff (ca 1480-1540), note that the physician was using his left hand as a tourniquet to both reduce bleeding, and to compress the nerves for pain control. The man on the right of the illustration was wearing a “T,” likely indicating that he suffered from St. Anthony’s Fire, which was probably erysipelas, a Group A streptococcal infection common at the time

Medieval Medicine - The Middle Ages are often seen as a period of limited medical knowledge and yet many ideas from the classical medicine survived into the medieval period. This man's leg wound is being treated, while herbs for a soothing ointment or healing drink are being prepared. http://simon-rose.com/books/the-heretics-tomb/medieval-medicine/

Medieval Medicine - The Middle Ages are often seen as a period of limited medical knowledge and yet many ideas from the classical medicine survived into the medieval period. This man's leg wound is being treated, while herbs for a soothing ointment or healing drink are being prepared. http://simon-rose.com/books/the-heretics-tomb/medieval-medicine/

Medieval Dental Practitioner. How sweet, it looks like the patient's wife is holding his hand to reassure him.

World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White

Medieval Dental Practitioner. How sweet, it looks like the patient's wife is holding his hand to reassure him.

Jungfrau [Virgo] Böhmen [Bohemia], "Hofämterspiel" for King Ladislas "Posthumus", c. 1455- Pinterest

Jungfrau [Virgo] Böhmen [Bohemia], "Hofämterspiel" for King Ladislas "Posthumus", c. 1455- Pinterest

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