Table of contents for Hospitals and healing from antiquity to the later Middle Ages / Peregrine Horden.

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I     How medicalised were Byzantine hospitals?                   45-74
Medicina e Storia 10. Florence, 2006
II    The confraternities of Byzantium                            25-45
Studies in Church History 23. Oxford, 1986
III    Ritual and public health in the early medieval city        17-40
Body and City: Histories of Urban Public Health, eds S. Sheard
and H. Power Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000
IV     Religion as medicine: music in medieval hospitals        135--153
Religion and Medicine in the Middle Ages, eds P Biller and
J. Ziegler Woodbridge and Rochester, NY: York Medieval
Press / Boydell and Brewer 2001
V      A non-natural environment: medicine without doctors
and the medieval European hospital                        133-145
The Medieval Hospital and Medical Practice, ed. B.S. Bowers.
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007
VI     Family history and hospital history in the Middle Ages   255-282
Living in the City (14th-20th Centuries), ed. E. Sonnino.
Rome: Casa Editrice Universiti La Sapienza, 2004
VII   A discipline of relevance: the historiography of the
later medieval hospital                                  359-374
Social History of Medicine 1.3. Oxford, 1988
VIII   Pain in Hippocratic medicine                             295-315
Religion, Health and Suffering, eds J.R. Hinnells and R. Porter.
London and New York: Kegan Paul International. 1999
IX     Travel sickness: medicine and mobility in the
Mediterranean from antiquity to the Renaissance           179-199
Rethinking the Mediterranean, ed. W V Harris. Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 2005
X      The death of ascetics: sickness and monasticism in
the early Byzantine Middle East                             41-52
Studies in Church History 22. Oxford, 1985
XI     Saints and doctors in the early Byzantine empire: the
case of Theodore of Sykeon                                   1-13
Studies in Church History 19. Oxford, 1982
XII    Responses to possession and insanity in the earlier
Byzantine world                                           177-194
Social History of Medicine 6.2. Oxford, 1993
XIII   Disease, dragons and saints: the management of
epidemics in the Dark Ages                                  45-76
Epidemics and Ideas: Essays on the Historical Perception of
Pestilence, eds T Ranger and P Slack. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1992
XIV    Mediterranean plague in the age of Justinian             134-160
The Cambridge Companion to the Age ofJustinian,
ed. M Maas. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005
XV     The millennium bug: health and medicine around the
year 1000                                                201-219
Social History of Medicine 13.2. Oxford, August 2000
XVI    Continuity and discontinuity in the history of
Mediterranean music therapy                                  1-10
English translation of 'Continuitci e discontinuitai nella storia
della terapia musicale nel Mediterraneo , in L 'ereditci di Diego
Carpitella: Etnomusicologia, antropologia e ricerca storica
nel Salento e nell 'area mediterranea, eds M. Agamennone
and G.L. Di Mitri. Nardd: Besa Editrice, 2003, pp. 187-198

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Medicine, Medieval, Hospitals, Medieval, Medicine, Greek and Roman, History, Medieval, Hospitals history, Byzantium, Delivery of Health Care history, History of Medicine