Medicine in Antiquity - Jewish Medicine

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Bibliography (5)

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General (76)

1. גייגר, י', קלאופטרה הרופאה, קתדרה, 92 (תשנ"ט), עמ' 198-193.

2. זיידה, י', תולדות הרפואה, תל-אביב תשי"ד.

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8. Barton, Tamsyn S., Power and Knowledge: Astrology, Physiognomics, and Medicine under the Roman Empire, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1994.

9. Biggs, R. D., Medicine in Ancient Mesopotamia, History of Science, 8 (1969), pp 94-105.

10. Budge, E. A. Wallis, Syrian Anatomy pathology and therapeutics, 2 vols, London - New York: Oxford University Press, 1913.

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13. Cockburn Aidan and Eve, Mummies, Disease and Ancient Cultures, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984 (2nd ed 1998).

14. Cohn-Haft, L., The Public Physician of Ancient Greece, Northampton, Mass: Smith College, 1956.

15. Conrad, Lawrence I., M. Neve, V. Nutton, R. Porter and A. Wear, The Western Medical Tradition: 800 BC to AD 1800, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995 (rep 1996).

16. Corsi, P., and Paul Weindling (eds.), Information Sources in the History of Science and Medicine, London - Boston - Durban: Butterworth Scientific, 1983.

17. Daniel, Glyn, Bones, Bodies and Disease: Evidence of Disease and Abnormality in Early Man, London: Thames and Hudson, 1964.

18. David, Rosalie and E. Tapp (eds), Evidence Embalmed: Modern medicine and the mummies of Ancient Egypt, Manchester: University Press, 1984.

19. Edelstein, Ludwig, Ancient Medicine: Selected papers (edited by O. Temkin and C. L. Temkin), Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1967.

20. Eijk, van der, Ph. J., H. F. J. Horstmanshoff, P. H. Schrijvers (eds.), Ancient Medicine in its Socio-Cultural Context, Amsterdam - Atlanta, 1995.

21. Eijk, Ph. J. van der (ed.), Ancient Histories of Medicine, Leiden - Boston - Koeln: Brill, 1999.

22. Eijk, Ph. J. van der, H. F. J. Horstmanshoff and P. H. Schrijvers (eds.), Ancient Medicine in its Social-Cultural Context, Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1995.

23. Flemming, Rebecca, WOMEN, WRITING AND MEDICINE IN THE CLASSICAL WORLD, Classical Quarterly, 571 (2007), pp 257–279.

24. Frede, M., The method of the so-called Methodical School of Medicine, Jonathan Barnes, J Brunschwig, M Burnyeat and M Schofield (eds), Science and Speculation: Studies in Hellenistic theory and practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982, pp 1-23.

25. Ghalioungui, P., The House of Life - Per Ankh: Magic and Medical Science in Ancient Egypt, Amsterdam: B M Israel, 1973.

26. Gordon, B. L., Medicine throughout Antiquity, Philadelphia: F A Davis Company, 1949.

27. Hand, Wayland D., Magical Medicine (Selected Papers of Wayland D. Hand, Forward by: L. G. Stevenson), Berkeley - Los Angeles - London: University of California Press, 1980.

28. Harris, C. R. S., The Heart and the Vascular System in Ancient Greek Medicine, Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1973.

29. Holowchak, M. Andrew, Ancient Science and dreams: Oneirology in Greco-Roman Antiquity, London - New York - Oxford: University Press of America, 2002.

30. Jacob, Irena and Walter (eds.), The Healing Past, Leiden - New York - Koeln: E J Brill, 1993.

31. Jackson, R., Doctors and Diseases in the Roman Empire, London: British Museum Press, 1988.

32. Jaeger, W., Diokles von Karystos, Berlin 1938.

33. Koecher, F., Die babylonisch-assyrische Medizin in Texten und Untersuchungen, 4 vols, Berlin: De Gryter, 1963-1980.

34. Koelbing, Arzt und Patient in der Antiken Welt, Zurich 1976.

35. Krug, A., Heilkunst und Heilkult: Medizin in der Antike, Munich 1984.

36. Kudlien, Friedolf, Early Greek primitive medicine, Clio Medica, 3 (1968), pp 305-336.

37. Kuenzl, Ernst, Roman Medical Tools According to Archaeological Sources, MICHMANIM, 13 (1999), pp 60*-69*.

38. Longrigg, James, Greek Medicine: From the Heroic to the Hellenistic Age - A Source Book, London: Duckworth, 1998.

39. Lonie, Iain M., The Cnidian Treatises of the Corpus Hippocraticum, The Classical Quarterly (ns), 15 (1965), pp 1-30.

40. Lonie, Iain M., The Paradoxical Text "On the Heart", Medical History, 17 (1973), pp 1-15, 136-153.

41. Lonie, Iain M., Literacy and the Development of Hippocratic Medicine, F Lassere and Ph Mudry (eds), Formes de Pensee dans la Collection Hippocratique, Geneve: Librairie Droz SA, 1983, pp 145-161.

42. Lonie, Iain M., The Hippocratic Treatises "On Generation" "On the Nature of the Child" "Diseases IV", Berlin - New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1981.

43. Majno, Guido, The Healing Hand: Man and Wound in the Ancient World, Cambridge, Massachusetts - London: Harvard University Press, 1991.

44. Manchester, K., The Archaeology of Disease, Bradford 1983.

45. Magoulias, H. J., The Lives of the Saints as Sources of Data for the History of Byzantine Medicine in the Sixth and Seventh Centuries, Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 57 (1964), pp 127-150.

46. Mansfeld, J., The Pseudo-Hippocratic Tract Peri Ebdomadwn CH. 1-11 and Greek Philosophy, Assen: van Gorcum & Comp, 1971.

47. Martinez, Robert M., Epidemic Disease, Ecology, and Culture in the Ancient Near East, William W Hallo, Bruce William Jones and Gerald L Mattingly (eds), The Bible in the Light of Cuneiform Literature (Scripture in Context III), Lewiston - Queenston - Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1990, pp 413-457.

48. Mass, M. (ed.), Readings in Late Antiquity: A sourcebook, London and New York: Routledge, 2000, pp 250-263.

49. Noorda, Sijbolt, Illness and Sin, Forgiving and Healing, M J Vermaseren (ed), Studies in Hellenistic Religions, Leiden: E J Brill, 1979, pp 215-224.

50. Nunn, John F., Ancient Egyptian Medicine, London: British Museum Press, 1996 (rep 2000).

51. Nutton, V., Ancient Medicine, London - New York 2004.

52. Nutton, V., From Democedes to Harvey: Studies in the History of Medicine, London: Variorum Reprints, 1988.

53. Nutton, V., Healers in the medical market place: towards a social history of Graeco-Roman medicine, A Wear (ed), Medicine in Society: Historical essays, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

54. Phillips, E. D., Greek Medicine, London: Thames and Hudson, 1973.

55. Reeves, C., Egyptian Medicine, Buckingamshire, 1992.

56. Rihll, T. E., Greek Science, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp 118-131.

57. Rimon, Ofra (ed.), Illness and Healing in Ancient Times, Haifa: The Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum, University of Haifa, 1996 (English and Hebrew).

58. Dauphine, Claudine M., Illness and Healing: Review Article, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 130 (1998), pp 63-67.

59. Roberts Charlotte and Manchester Keith, The Archaeology of Disease, Second Edition, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1995.

60. Sallares, Robert, The Ecology of the Ancient Greek World, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1991.

61. Saunders, J. B. de C. M., The Transition from Ancient Egyptian to Greek Medicine, Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1963.

62. Scarborough, John, Roman Medicine, London 1969 (rep 1976).

63. Scarborough, John (ed.), Symposium on Byzantine Medicine: Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 38, Washington DC 1985.

64. Scarborough, John, Criton, Physician to Trajan: Historian and Pharmacist, John W Eadie and Josiah Ober (eds), The Craft of the Ancient Historian, Lanham - New York - London: University Press of America, 1985, pp 387-405.

65. Scarborough, John, Medical Terminologies: Classical Origins, Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992.

66. Sigerist, Henri E., A History of Medicine, New York: Oxford University Press, 1951 (rep 1955).

67. Sigerist, Henri E., The Great Doctors: A Biographical History of Medicine (trans. by Eden and Cedar Paul), New York: Freeport 1933 (rep 1971).

68. Smith, Wesley D., The Hippocratic Tradition, Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1979.

69. Smith, Wesley D., Erasistratus' Dietetic Medicine, 56 (1982), pp 398-409.

70. Steckel, Fritz, The Fragments of Praxagoras of Cos and his School, Leiden: E J Brill, 1958.

71. Steuer, Robert O., and J. B. de C. M. Saunders, Ancient Egyptian and Cnidian Medicine, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1959.

72. Sudhoff, K., Essays in the History of Medicine (edited by: F. H. Garrison), New York: Medical Life Press, 1926.

73. Temkin, O., The Double Face of Janus, Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1977.

74. Temkin, O., Hippocrates in a World of Pagans and Christians, Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.

75. Thompson, R. C., Assyrian Medical Texts, Oxford: Clarendon, 1923.

76. Thorwald, Juergen, Science and Secrets of Early Medicine, London: Thames & Hudson, 1962.

Selected texts (5)

1. Brock, Arthur J., Greek Medicine, London and Toronto: J M Dent & Sons, 1929.

2. Craik, Elizabeth M. (ed. and trans.), Hippocrates, Places in Man, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998.

3. Lonie, Iain M., The Hippocratic Treatises 'On Generation' 'On the Nature of the Child', 'Diseases IV, Berlin, 1981.

4. May, Margaret Tallmadge, Galen: On the Usefulness of the Parts of the Body, Ithaca, New York: Kingsport Press, 1968.

5. Singer, P. N. (ed.), Galen: Selected Works, Oxford - New York, 1997.

Medicine in Alexandria and Egypt (7)

1. Amundsen, Darrel W. and Gary B. Ferngren, The Forensic Role of Physicians in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 52 (1978), pp 336-353.

2. Fraser, P. M., Ptolemaic Alexandria, Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1972, I, pp 338-376.

3. Iskandar, A. Z., An Attempted Reconstruction of the Late Alexandrian Medical Curriculum, Medical History, 20 (1976), pp 235-258.

4. Littman, Robert J., Medicine in Alexandria, ANRW II373, pp 2678-2708.

5. Longrigg, James, Greek Rational Medicine, London and New York: Routledge, 1993, pp 177-219.

6. Michler, M., Die Alexandrinischen Chirurgen, Wiesbaden 1968.

7. Staden, Heinrich von, Herophilus: The Art of Medicine in Early Alexandria, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Medicine in the Roman Army (8)

1. דולב, ע', הערות לנושא: הרפואה הצבאית באימפריה הביזנטית, מכמנים, 13 (תשנ"ט), עמ' 40-36.

2. Casarini,A., Storia dell medicina militare, Rom 1943.

3. Davies, R. W., The Medici of the Roman Armed Forces, Epigraphische Studien, 8 (1969), pp 83-99.

4. Davies, R. W., The Roman Military Medical Service, Saalburg Jahrbuch, 27 (1970), pp 84-104.

5. Davies, R. W., Some More Military Medici, Epigraphische Studien, 9 (1972), pp 1-12.

6. Hershkovitz, M., (English abstract of) 'Roman Medical Instruments on Massada: Possible Evidence of Roman Infirmary, Eretz-Israel, 25 (1996), p 101* (Hebrew paper on pp 351-355).

7. Nutton, V., Medicine and the Roman Army: a Further Consideration, Medical History, 13 (1969), pp 260-270.

8. Wilmanns, Juliane C., Der Arzt in der roemischen Armee der fruehen und hohen Kaiserzeit, Ph J van der Eijk, H F J Horstmanshoff and P H Schrijvers (eds), Ancient Medicine in its Social-Cultural Context, Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1995, I, pp 171-187.

Special Fields

Anatomy (1)

1. Singer, Ch, A Short History of Anatomy & Physiology from the Greeks to Harvey, 2nd ed, New York: Dover Publications, 1957.

Gynecology (7)

1. Barkai, Ron, A History of Jewish Gynaecological Texts in the Middle Ages, Leiden - Boston - Koeln: Brill, 1998.

2. Dean-Jones, Lesley, Women's Bodies in Classical Greek Science, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.

3. French, V., Midwives and Maternity Care in the Greco-Roman World, Helios, 13 (1987), pp 69-84.

4. King, Helen, Producing Woman: Hippocratic Gynaecology, Leonie J Archer, Susan Fischler, Maria Wyke (eds), Women in Ancient Societies, Hong Kong: Macmillan, 1994, pp 102-114.

5. King, Helen, Hippocrates' Woman, London 1998.

6. Ricci, J., Aetios of Amida: The Gynecology and Obstetrics of the Sixth Century A.A., Toronto 1957.

7. Temkin, Owsei, Soranus' Gynecology, Baltimore: The John Hopkins Press, 1956 (rep 1991).

'Traditional' Medicine: Folklore (2)

1. Landy, David (ed.), Culture, Disease, and Healing: Studies in Medical Anthropology, New York - London: Macmillan - Collier Macmillan, 1977.

2. Riddle, John M., Folk Tradition and Folk Medicine: Recognition of Drugs in Classical Antiquity, John Scarborough (ed), Folklore and Folk Medicines, Madison, Wisconsin: American Institute of the History of Pharmacy, 1987, pp 33-61.

Veterinary (2)

1. Karasszon, D., A Concise History of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest 1988.

2. Rihll, T. E., Greek Science, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp 132-135.

Drugs (1)

1. Scarborough, J., The opium poppy in Hellenistic and Roman medicine, Roy Porter and Mikulas Teich (eds), Drugs and Narcotics in History, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995 (rep 1998), pp 4-23.


General (8)

1. Brothwell, Don, and A. T. Sandison (eds.), Diseases in Antiquity, Springfield, Ill, Charles C Thomas, 1967.

2. Grmek, M., Diseases in the Ancient Greek World, Baltimore and London, 1989.

3. Major, Ralph H., Classic Descriptions of Disease, 3rd ed, 5th Printing, Springfield, Illinois, Charles C Thomas, 1959.

4. McNeill, William H., Plagues and Peoples, New York: Anchor Books, 1977.

5. Parish, H. J., A History of Immunization, Edinburgh and London: E & S Livingstone, 1965.

6. Stathakopoulos, Dionysios Ch., Famine and Pestilence in the Late Roman and Early Byzantine Empire: A Systematic Survey of Subsistence Crises and Epidemics, Aldershot – Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2004.

7. Watts, Sheldon, Disease and Medicine in World History, New York and London: Routledge, 2003.

8. Winslow, Charles-Edward A., The Conquest of Epidemic Disease, Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1943.

Different issues in Alphabetical Order

Diet (1)

1. 4 papers in: Wilkins J., D. Harvey, M. Dobson (eds.), Food in Antiquity, Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 1995.

Epilepsy (3)

1. Kottek, Samuel S., From the History of Medicine: Epilepsy in Ancient Jewish Sources, Israel Journal of Psychiatry and related Sciences, 25 (1988), pp 2-11.

2. Stol, M., Epilepsy in Babylonia, Groningen: STYX Publications, 1993.

3. Temkin, O., The Falling Sickness, Second Edition, Revised, Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1971 (rep 1994).

Hysteria (1)

1. Veith, Ilze, Hysteria: The History of a Disease, Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1965 (rep 1970).

Leprosy and Venereal Disease (5)

1. Baumgarten, Joseph M., The 4Q Zadokite Fragments on Skin Disease, JJS, 41 (1990), pp 153-165.

2. Browne, Stanley G., Leprosy in the Bible, London: CMF Publications, 1974.

3. Kinnier Wilson, J. V., Leprosy in Ancient Mesopotamia, Reviue d'Assyriologie, 60 (1966), pp 47-58.

4. Muench, G. N., Die Zaraath (lepra) by hebraeischen Bibel, Hamburg - Leipzig, 1893.

5. Willcox, R. R., Venereal Disease in the Bible, British Journal of Venereal Disease, 25 (1949), pp 28-33.

Mental Disease (4)

1. Heiberg, J. L., Geisteskrankheiten im klassischen Altertum, Berlin 1927.

2. Henze, M., The Madness of King Nebuchadnezzar, Leiden - Boston - Koeln: Brill, 1999.

3. Klibansky, Raymond, Erwin Panofsky and Fritz Saxl, Saturn and Melancholy, London: Nelson, 1964.

4. Radden, Jenifer, The Nature of Melancholy, Oxford - New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Paleo-Pathology (1)

1. Arensburg B. and A. Belfer-Cohen, Preliminary Report on the Skeletal Remains from the 'En Gedi Tombs, `Atiqot, 24, (1994), pp 12*-14*.

Plague (The Bubonic & others) (6)

1. Biraben, J.-N. and J. Le Goff, The Plague in the Early Middle Ages, R Forster and O Ranum (eds), Biology of Man in History, Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975, pp 48-80.

2. Conrad, Lawrence I., The Plague in the Early Medieval Near East, PhD Princeton University, University Microfilms International, 1981.

3. Conrad L. I., The Biblical Tradition for the Plague of the Philistine, Journal of the American Oriental Society, 104/2 (1984), pp 281-287.

4. Dols, Michael W., The Black Death in the Middle East, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977.

5. Dunken-Jones, R. P., The impact of the Antonine plague, Journal of Roman Archeology, 9 (1996), pp 108-136.

6. Shrewsbury, J. F. D., The Plague of the Philistines, London 1964.

Psychiatry (1)

1. Roccatagliata, G., A History of Ancient Psychiatry, London, 1986.

Jewish: General

Biblical and Talmudic (21)

1. בר-אילן, מ', 'הרפואה בארץ-ישראל במאות הראשונות לספירה', קתדרה, 91 (תשנ"ט), עמ' 78-31.

2. ברקאי, ר', מדע, מגיה ומיתולוגיה בימי הביניים, ירושלים תשמ"ז, עמ' 55-37.

3. גורדון, ה"ל, "מי שאחזו קורדייקוס" בתלמוד ובמדע הרפואי, פרקים – בטאון האקדמיה העברית באמריקה, ג (תשכ"ג), עמ' 130-117.

4. דבורז'צקי, א', אקולוגיה וערכים: איכות הסביבה במקורות היהדות, מהדורה שנייה, אוניברסיטת חיפה, אקדמון, תשס"א.

5. דבורז'צקי, א', בריאות הציבור בירושלים בימי בית שני, לב, א', עמר, ז', שוורץ, י' (עורכים), הרפואה בירושלים לדורותיה, תל אביב, תשנ"ט, עמ' 31-7.

6. דבורז'צקי, אסתי, זיהום אוויר ובריאות הציבור בימי בית שני, המשנה והתלמוד, ' מכמנים, 13 (1999) עמ' 58-46.

7. דבורז'צקי, אסתי, מחלותיו של רבי יהודה הנשיא לאור הרפואה המודרנית, הרפואה, 139,ה-ו (תש"ס), עמ' 236-232.

8. האלוב, דוד, פרדס דוד או תולדות רופאי ישראל, וינה תרל"ח.

9. הכהן, מ' (עורך), , מחניים, קכב-ג תש"ל.

10. הרשקוביץ, מלכה, כלים רפואיים רומיים בפסגת מצדה - עדות לקיומה של מרפאה?, ארץ-ישראל, כה (תשנ"ו), עמ'355-351.

11. זיאס, ג', מחלות ודרכי ריפוי בארץ-ישראל הקדומה לאור המחקר הפאליאו-פאתולוגי, קדמוניות, ל (תשנ"ז), עמ' 59-54.

12. יהודה, א"ש, מושגים ומונחים למחלות ולאברים לאור ספרי הרפואה של המצרים, הרופא העברי, א-ב (תש"ט), עמ' 83-64.

13. כהנא,י"ז, מחקרים בספרות התשובות, ירושלים תשל"ג, עמ' 162-126.

14. ליבוביץ, י', לתולדות הרפואה בישראל, יבנה, ג (תש"ט), עמ' 200-184.

15. מונטנר, ז', בעית הנתיחה וחכמת הביתור בישראל, י' תירוש (עורך), שי לישעיהו: ספר יובל לר' ישעיהו וולפסברג בן הששים, תל-אביב תשט"ז, עמ' 410-394.

16. מונטנר, ז', מבוא לספר אסף הרופא, ירושלים תשי"ח.

17. מונטנר, ז' (מהדיר), ספר אסף הרופא, קורות, ג (תשכ"ה), עמ' 422-396; 560-533 ,422-396; קורות, ד (תשכ"ז-תשכ"ט), עמ' 730-691 ;572-531 ,443-389 ,207-170 ,40-11 ;קורות, ה1 (תש"ל), עמ' 330-295 ,187-160 ,68-27; קורות, ה2 (תשל"א-תשל"ב), עמ' 807-773 ,649-603 ,473-435; ו1 (תשל"ב), עמ' 51-28.

18. פרלמן, מ', מדרש הרפואה, תל-אביב תרפ"ו-תרצ"ד.

19. קצנלסון, י"ל, התלמוד וחכמת הרפואה, ברלין תרפ"ח.

20. שטיינברג, א', רפואה והלכה, ראש העין תשנ"ח.

21. שפרן, א"ב, רפואה ויהדות, תל-אביב תשל"א.

תרגומים לעברית (47)

1. מ' דוד, האפוריזמים של היפוקרטס בתרגומם לעברית על ידי יוסף למה דלמדיגו (1655-1591), ירושלים [חסרה שנת דפוס (תש"ם)].

2. Bar-Sela Ariel and Hebbel E. Hoff, 'Asaf on anatomy and Physiology', Journal of the History of Medicine, 20 (1965), pp 358-389.

3. Brim, Charles J., Medicine in The Bible, New York: Froben Press, 1936.

4. Carmoli, E., Histoire des medicins juifs anciens et modernes, Brussels 1944.

5. Dvorjetski, Estēe, "The Medical History of Rabbi Judah the Patriarch: A Linguistic Analysis", Hebrew Studies – A Journal Devoted to Hebrew Language and Literature, 43 (2002), pp. 39-55.

6. Dvorjetski, Estēe, "The History of Nephrology in the Talmudic Corpus", American Journal of Nephrology, 22 (2002), pp. 119-129.

7. Dvorjetski, Estēe, Leisure, Pleasure and Healing: Spa Culture and Medicine in Ancient Eastern Mediterranean, Leiden-Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2007, 524 p., 34 ill.

8. Dvorjetski, Estēe, "The Military and Medical History of Gadara As Reflected by The City-Coins", ARAM Periodical: The Decapolis – History and Archaeology, 23 (2011), pp. 81-140.

9. Dvorjetski, Estēe, "'A Leper May As Well Be Dead' (Babylonian Talmud, Nedarim 64b): Diagnosis, Prognosis and Ways of Treatment of 'Leprosy' throughout the Ages", Korot – The Israel Journal of the History of Medicine and Science, 21 (2011-2012), pp. 227-254.

10. Garrison, F. H., 'Moritz Steinschneider as a Contributor to the History and Bibliography of Medical Literature', Contributions to the Medical Sciences in Honor of Dr Emanuel Libman, New York: The International Press 1932, pp 473-479.

11. Geller, Mark J., 'An Akkadian Vademecum in the Babylonian Talmud', S Kottek & M Horstmanshoff, (eds), From Athens to Jerusalem: Medicine in Hellenized and Jewish Lore and Early Christian Literature, Rotterdam: Erasmus Publishing, 2000, pp 13-32.

12. Goitein, S. D., 'The Medical Profession in the Light of the Cairo Geniza Document', HUCA, 34 (1963), pp 177-194.

13. Hogan, Larry P., Healing in the Second Temple Period, Goettingen: Vandenhoeck, 1992.

14. Holden, Lynn, Forms of Deformity, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1991.

15. Horst, Pieter W. van der, The Last Jewish Patriarch(s) and Graeco-Roman Medicine, Japhet in the Tents of Shem, Peeters: Leuven - Paris - Sterling, Virginia, 2002, pp 27-36.

16. Kagan, S. R., Jewish Medicine, Boston: Medico-Historical Press, 1952.

17. Kottek, Samuel S., 'The Essenes and Medicine', Clio medica, 18 (1983), pp 81-99.

18. Kottek, Samuel S., Medicine and Hygiene in the Works of Flavoius Josephus, Leiden: EJ Brill, 1994.

19. Kottek, Samuel S., 'Hygiene and Healing among the Jews in the Post-Biblical Period: A Partial Reconstruction', ANRW, II373, 1995, pp 2843-2865 (esp 2854-2859).

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