A Taste of Paradise: Medicine, Trade, and Consumption in the pre-Modern Mediterranean

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4-8-2019

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1:01:45

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Florence Eliza Glaze talks about her recent research of the history of medicine and pharmacy, the changing nature of mercantile activity and commodity exchange in the medieval Mediterranean, and the entrance of Greek and Arabic medical knowledge into the Latin West. The talk pulls together various strands of knowledge from the scientific, commercial, pedagogical and conceptual realms of the pre-modern Mediterranean to pinpoint when new medicinal processes began.

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This series was made possible through the generous support of HTC, the Horry Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Image Caption: Group photo with plaque (l to r) Ralph Byington, Brent Groome, Michael Hagg, Florence Eliza Glaze, and David DeCenzo.

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Coastal Carolina University--Periodicals;Lecture--Series;Medicine--Mediterranean Region--History;Glaze, Florence Eliza, 1964-

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Copyright © Coastal Carolina University. For more information contact University Archives at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 29526.

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A Taste of Paradise: Medicine, Trade, and Consumption in the pre-Modern Mediterranean

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