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.
A fascinating fresco of Armenian medical culture that unravels the many parallels between East and West.
Claudio Azzarito discusses the characteristics of the “perfect physician” as they emerge from the medical writings of the 12th-century Jewish
At the CSMBR we value deeply the experience and comfort of our delegates and we never lose sight of the
By the end of the Middle Ages hospitals began to manifest the symptoms of an institutional crisis. This situation will
Some of the plants mentioned by Dioscorides are still used in modern pharmacopoeias. One such plant is the mandrake which