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XIDS 2002: Medicine and Health in the Greco-Roman World (Spring 2019)

A guide to help students in XIDS2002 (Sheppard, Spring 2019) with their research paper

Primary Sources

For your paper you need to use Primary Sources. Here are links to some places where you can find relevant primary sources for this course project:

Antiqua Medicina
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This site from the University of Virginia is an online exhibit. Be sure to check out the Surgical Instruments pages!

EuroDocs: Prehistoric and Ancient Europe
This is part of Brigham Young University's site of primary sources from Europe. Be sure to also look at the page with links about Greece

Celsus' De medicina
An online document of W.G. Spencer's 1935 translation

The Genuine Works of Hippocrates
Digitized!

ARTstor
An digital library of images of art. Use this to find digital reproductions of ancient art and you'll find examples of medical practices. See this research guide from CUNY for ideas and examples. (You will need to use your UWG username and password (what you use for email) to log into ARTstor if you are off campus.)

Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece
This site from Fordham University links to several relevant texts.

Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Rome
This site from Fordham University links to several relevant texts.