By Valerie Hope, Eireann Marshall
This cutting edge quantity attracts on fresh examine in archaeology, old heritage and the historical past of medication to debate how humans within the historical global understood and handled affliction and dying within the city setting.
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271-2): 'You are a most seasonable healer, and healing Apollo (Paian) honours your glory. ' Reconciliation is the keynote of the poem, and ic is natural to expect Apollo's support for a Pythian victor. A similar impression could be formed from the passage from Plutarch (Sol. 1) which constitutes Solon fr. 33aW (if indeed it preserves any of Solon's words): 'he did not apply any rnedical treatment or innovation (kainontomian - lit. ' Here the appreciation that treatment is itself traumatic engenders a cautious attitude rather than a radical one.
LO Hornblower (1991: 480) with references to earlier discussion. 11 Medicallanguage: Hornblower 1991: 480-1; Swain 1994; for stasis as a real disease see ]ennifer Clarke Kosak, in this volume. NB also, most recently, Kallet 1999. 12 For further rnedical nuances in the 'Sicilian debate' see ]ouanna 1980. 13 Besides passages already cited, note Hdt. 28, Eur. HF 34, 272-3, 542-3; Thuc. 1. 14 NB Welcker (1850: 215-17) for cautious attitudes to surgery and cautery in practice, as opposed to the freedom with which they are deployed as a rhetorical commonplace.
Because they are not so affected by the cold coming in from the north. 6). 5). Like the author of Airs, Waters, P laces, the author of Regimen gives no specific examples of Greek towns or ciry-states when describing these different geographical situations. Only large-scale distinctions between Greece and other lands are mentioned. In fact, the author of Regimen confines himself to discussing only two peoples by name, the Libyans and the Pontics. Although the geographical information in Regimen differs from Airs, Waters, Places in some particulars, the text likewise makes no mention of 'the city' being more or less healthy than areas of lesser population density.
Death and Desease in the Ancient City by Valerie Hope, Eireann Marshall