Monday, May 11, 2020
Question from Thomas - Resources for thesis on Tudor medicine
Hello everyone, I am a university student and I am currently doing research for my bachelor's theses. I am interested in Tudor medicine. But because I live abroad it is difficult for me to access primary sources. But thanks to many great responses here I was able to come up with an idea and theme. I am doing research about physicians (as John Hall, George Bate) and how they treated the human body. Main questions are - is there any difference between treating female and male bodies? Or treating aristocracy and paupers? I would be very grateful for any other primary sources/ideas/articles etc. that could help me support my theses and spot those differences. Any other comments are very welcomed.
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'Pustules, Pestilence and Pain: Tudor Treatments and Ailments of Henry VIII' by Seamus O’Caellaigh, might be helpful.
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