Table of contents for Health in antiquity / edited by Helen King.

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I	List of contributors
ix	List of illustrations
xiii	Acknowledgements 
xiv	Abbreviations
1	Introduction: What is health?
18	Chapter 1. Robert Arnott, Disease and the prehistory of the Aegean		
49	Chapter 2. Charlotte Roberts, Chryssa Bourbou, Anna Lagia, Sevi Triantaphyllou and Anastasia Tsaliki, Health and disease in Greece: past, present and future	
77	Appendix
97	Chapter 3. Sherry C. Fox, Health in Hellenistic and Roman times: the case studies of Paphos, Cyprus and Corinth, Greece					
126	Tables
136	Chapter 4. Ray Laurence, Health and the life course at Herculaneum and Pompeii
160	Chapter 5. Ralph Jackson, Holding on to health? Bone surgery and instrumentation in the Roman empire								
185	Chapter 6. Emma Stafford, 'Without you no one is happy': the cult of health in ancient Greece	
203	Chapter 7. John Wilkins, Hygieia at dinner and at the symposium												
224	Chapter 8. Helen King, Women's health and recovery in the Hippocratic corpus
242	Chapter 9. Karelisa Hartigan, Drama and healing: ancient and modern
273	Chapter 10. Nicholas Vlahogiannis, 'Curing' disability				
291	Chapter 11. Neville Morley, The salubriousness of the Roman city			
312	Chapter 12. Peter Barefoot, Buildings for health: then and now			
326	Chapter 13. Gillian Clark, The health of the spiritual athlete		
347	Chapter 14. Dominic Montserrat, 'Carrying on the work of the earlier firm': doctors, medicine and Christianity in the Thaumata of Sophronius of Jerusalem
364	Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medicine, Greek and Roman.
Diseases and history.
Greek World.
History of Medicine, Ancient.
Roman World.