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This talk explores Cesalpino's "De Plantis", which laid the foundations of scientific systematics and became a milestone in the history of

This VivaMente Conference investigates the relationship between narrative, rhetorical persausion, and factual evidence in medical and medico-legal case-histories.

This series explores women's contributions to various medically relevant fields and practices such as natural philosophy, household remedies, plant manipulation

This event honours the late Prof. Giuseppe Ongaro (1936-2023) with a one-day conference dedicated to exploring his multifaceted legacy in

This lecture explores a variety of little know sources on the Neapolitian plague of 1656, offering new documents and perspectives

This talk examines several late sixteenth-century anatomical works that adopted either the terms and or methods of analysis and synthesis.

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Between medieval alchemy and Franciscan spiritualism, this article unearths the intersection of science and religion in pursuit of the Elixir.

This article explores how early modern natural philosophers and artisans realised a convergence between artisanal and geological knowledge.

This article examines the accounts of miracles attributed to Saint Angelo of Licata, detailing the testimonies of people who suffered

The article sheds light on the practice of storing winter’s snow and ice for consumption, focusing especially on Renaissance Florence.

The article explores the life and works of the Portuguese physician Estêvão Rodrigues de Castro, and especially his 'De meteoris

The article offers new insights into the Renaissance system of analogies between the theaters of memory and the anatomical theaters.