2300 years of medical costume : distinctive garb of the medical and related professions from the time of Hippocrates to the Napoleonic era
Portrayed by Swiss Illustrator Warja Honegger-Lavater from authenticreplicas in the University of Rome’s Institue of Medical History
Why They Became Doctors by Noah D. Farricant, M.D.
George W. Crile
North Chicago, Ill. : Abbott Laboratories, 1962
The group of illustrations includes: surgeon, 14th cent.; superintendent of Siena Hospital, 15th cent.; apothecary, 15th cent.; physician, 15th cent.; physician, 16th cent.; nurse, 16th cent.; surgeon, 16th cent.; physician, 17th cent.; army surgeon of Napoleonic era; surgeon, 18th cent. Costume details are from miniatures, frescoes, and others drawings depicting distinctive garb of the medical and related professions.
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