Hippocrates upon air, water, and situation

upon epidemical diseases; and upon prognosticks, in acute cases especially. To this is added (by way of comparison) Thucydidesʼs account of the plague of Athens, the whole translated, methodisʼd, and illustrated with useful and explanatory notes.
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Medical climatology -- Early works to 1800., Epidemics -- Early works to 1800., Prognosis -- Early works to 1800., Medicine, Greek and R
StatementBy Francis Clifton ...
ContributionsThucydides., Clifton, Francis, d. 1736, tr., Soranus, of Ephesus.
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LC ClassificationsR126.H6 A4
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Pagination4 p.l., xxiv, [18], 389, [1] p.
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Hippocrates Upon Air, Water, and Situation; Upon Epidemical Diseases; and Upon Prognosticks The Whole Translated, Methodis'd, and Illustrated with Notes. By Francis Clifton The Second.

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Hippocrates upon air, water, and situation: upon epidemical diseases; and upon prognosticks, in acute cases especially.

To this is added (by way of comparison) Thucydidesʼs account of the plague of Athens, the whole translated, methodisʼd, and illustrated with useful and explanatory notes.

Hippocrates upon air: water, and situation ; upon epidemical diseases ; and upon prognosticks, in acute cases especially. To which is added the life of Hippocrates from Soranus, and Thucydides's account of the plague of Athens. The whole translated By Francis Clifton.

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Hippocrates upon Air, water, and situation; upon Epidemical diseases; and upon Prognosticks, in acute cases especially. To this is added (by way of comparison) Thucydidesʼs Account of.

In the book Airs, Waters, and Places, thought to have been written by Greek physician Hippocrates in the 5th or 4th century bce, the first systematic attempt was made to set forth a causal relationship between human diseases and the environment.

Until the new sciences of bacteriology and. I will now tell how it is with respect to rain-water, and water from snow. Rain waters, then, are the lightest, the sweetest, the thinnest, and the clearest; for originally the sun raises and attracts the thinnest and lightest part of the water, as is obvious from the nature of salts; for the saltish part is left behind owing to its thickness and weight, and forms salts; but the sun attracts.

Hippocrates’ On Airs, Waters and Places is a great text for intermediate readers. The simple sentence structure makes it easy to read, while its subject matter, the impact of climate on disease and character, is interesting for a number of reasons.

Hippocrates upon air, water, and situation: upon epidemical diseases: and upon prognosticks, in acute cases especially: To this is added (by way of comparison) Thucydides's account of the plague of Athens, the whole translated, methodis'd, and illustrated with useful and explanatory notes /. The aim of this book is to make Hippocrates’ On Airs, Waters and Places and the Hippocratic Oath accessible to intermediate students of Ancient Greek.

The running vocabulary and commentary are meant to provide everything necessary to read each page. Hippocrates’ On Airs, Waters and Places is a great text for intermediate readers. The simple. Hippocrates Books (Showing 1 – 40 products of products) Sort By.

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Hippocrates, Airs Waters Places, introduction W. Jones, Ed. (Chapters I-XI) deals chiefly with the effects of climate and situation upon health ; the second (XII-XXIV) deals chiefly with the effects of climate upon character.

The style of the book has the dignified restraint which we associate with the Hippocratic group of. On Airs, Waters, and Places. By Hippocrates. Written B.C.E. Translated by Francis Adams.

Table of Contents. Part I will pass over the smaller differences among the nations, but will now treat of such as are great either from nature, or custom; and, first, concerning the Macrocephali.

Books by. Hippocrates. Opera. Renatus Charterius, Vindocinensis, Doctor Medicus Paris. Hippocrates Upon Air, Water, and Situation; Upon Epidemical Diseases; And Upon Prognosticks, in Acute Cases Especially. to This Is Added (by Way of Comparison) Thucydides's Account of the Plague of At.

The first (Chapters I–XI) deals chiefly with the effects of climate and situation upon health; the second (XII–XXIV) deals chiefly with the effects of climate upon character.

The style of the book has the dignified restraint which we associate with the Hippocratic group of treatises. /rates_cos-airs_waters_places. Hippocrates upon air, water, and situation upon epidemical diseases: and upon prognosticks, in acute cases especially: To this is added (by way of comparison) Thucydides's account of the plague of Athens, the whole translated, methodis'd, and illustrated with useful and explanatory notes.

Books Hippocrates upon Air, water, and situation; upon Epidemical diseases; and upon Prognosticks, in acute cases especially. To this is added (by way of comparison) Thucydidesʼs Account of the plague of Athens.

by Hippocrates, translated by Francis Adams. sister for the sun does not shine upon the water until he be considerably raised above the horizon. And in summer, cold breezes from the east blow and dews fall; and in the latter part of the day the setting sun particularly scorches the inhabitants, and therefore they are pale and enfeebled, and.

A comment on forty two histories discribed by Hippocrates in the first and third books of his Epidemics. In the first part Hippocrates's pathology is explained, and defended In the second part are fourteen histories of the first book of the Epidemics.

In the third part are twenty eight histories of the third book Missing: water. Hippocrates, author of Hippocratic Writings (Penguin Classics), on LibraryThing.

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This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. Hippocrates, Airs, Waters, Places The treatise on "Airs, Waters, and Places", written about B.C.

and part of the Corpus Hippocraticum, represents a first attempt to find natural causes for the health and diseases of whole populations of different regions.

IMMANUEL KANT ( – ) described the four temperaments in his book, Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View, NICHOLAS CULPEPER () was the first to dispute two fundamental concepts that had existed since the time of Hippocrates. First, he rejected the idea that the four “humors” were the cause of a person’s.

The hippocratic treatise Airs, waters and places is a book for travelling practitioners, explaining them all they have to check when they arrive in a new unknown place. According to the author of this manual, one of the most frequent causes of diseases is the bad quality of environmental air.

Hippocrates; Hippocrates (primary author only) Author division. Hippocrates is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author.

Includes. Hippocrates is composed of 13 names. You. Opera omnia quae extant. Heirs of Hippocrates No. 11 HIPPOCRATES (ca. B.C.-ca. B.C.) Oeuvres complètes. Traduction nouvelle avec le texte grec.

Par É. Littré. Heirs of Hippocrates No. 12 HIPPOCRATES (ca. B.C.-ca.

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B.C.) The genuine works of Hippocrates. Heirs of Hippocrates No. There are English translations of the aphorisms and the treatises on "Air, Water, and Situation, upon Epidemical Diseases and upon Prognostics," etc, by Francis Clifton, M.

(8vo, London, ), and of the "Genuine Works" of Hippocrates by Adams (2 vols. 8vo, London, ). Hippocrates and other writers charged money or at least a possible increase for reputation by taking care of the sick, and the Oath, with it's subsequent evolut Hippocratic "doctors" used to think that the environment (air, water, etc), season of the year and unbalance of "humours" caused or contributed to diseases/5(14).

The four bodily humors were part of Shakespearean cosmology, inherited from the ancient Greek philosophers Aristotle, Hippocrates, and Galen. Organized around the four elements of earth, water, air, and fire; the four qualities of cold, hot, moist, and dry; and the four humors, these physical qualities determined the behavior of all created things including the human body.Water.

An inch of rain water is equivalent to 15 inches of dry, powdery snow. The deepest part of the ocean is 35, feet (10, meters) deep and occurs in the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean.

At that depth the pressure is 18, pounds ( kilograms) per square inch. The human brain is 80% water. Air.