The Healing Hand: Black and White Hellebore

10 Jan

 

Black and White Hellebore

Guido Majno: The Healing Hand Man and Wound in the Ancient World (Harvard press University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, © 1975) pp. 190-191

J. Lewis and Lou Ellen Smith Foster

10 Jan

Harding Bulletin August 1956 (vol 32, no.1)

 

https://scholarworks.harding.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1144&context=hubulletins

Foster Rites Set Tuesday

9 Jan

 

https://newspaperarchive.com/wichita-falls-times-oct-14-1968-p-27/

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Four Main Peaks of Egyptian History, with events of medical revelance

8 Jan

Four Main Peaks of Egyptian History, with events of medical revelance: (A) the first hieroglyphs; (B) the physician Hesy Re; (C) splints; (D) circumcision on a bas-relief.  The daggers indicate invasions.  The lighthouse indicates the Alexandrian phase.  The time of the principal medical papyri is indicated.

Guido Majno: The Healing Hand Man and Wound in the Ancient World (Harvard press University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, © 1975) p. 72

 

Stephanie Hix updated her cover photo. January 2 at 12:23 PM

6 Jan

Stephanie Hix updated her cover photo.

cf.

5 Jan

cf. is translated, and can be read aloud, as “compare”. It is an abbreviation for the Latin word confer, literally meaning “bring together”, and is used to refer to other material or ideas which may provide similar or different information or arguments. It is mainly used in scholarly contexts such as in academic articles (mainly humanities, physics, chemistry, and biology) or legal texts. It is the imperative singular form of the Latin verb conferre.

Mexican Man Clipart

3 Jan

http://clipart-library.com/mexican-man-cliparts.html