Bibliography of Medieval Medicine
Secondary Sources 

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Haeger, Knut.  The Illustrated History of Surgery, The Illustrated.   New York. Bell Publishing Company, 1988.

Hall, D. J.  English Medieval Pilgrimage.  (London, 1965).

Hall, Thomas H.  1971.  “Life, death and the Radical Moisture: A Study of Thematic Patterns in Medical Theory.”  Clio Medica 6:3-23.

Haly Abbas.  1523.  Liber totius medicine.  [Lyon?]

Hamarneh, Sami Khalaf.  Health Sciences in Early Islam: Collected Papers.  (San Antonio: Noor Health Foundation and Zahra Publications Monograph; Noor Health Foundation/Zahra Publications, 1983-1984). 

Hammond, E. A.  ‘The Westminster Abbey Infirmarers’ Rolls as a Source for Medical History’, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, XXXIX.  (1965).

Hanawalt, B.  ‘Childrearing among the Lower Classes in Late Medieval England’, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, VIII.  (1977/8).

Harris, C. R. S.  1973.  The Heart and the Vascular System in Ancient Greek Medicine from Alcmacon to Galen.  Oxford.

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Haskins, Charles Homer.  1927.  “A List of Text-Books From the Close of the Twelfth Century.”  In his Studies in the History of Mediaeval Science, 2d ed., 356-76.  Cambridge, Mass.

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Hèbert, M.  ‘L’Armèe Provençale en 1374’, Annales du Midi, XCI.  (1979).

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Herlihy, D.  ‘Life Expectancies for Women in Medieval Society’, in The Role of Women in the Middle Ages, ed. R.T. Morewedge.  (London, 1975).

Herrlinger, Robert.  1970.  A History of Medical Illustration from Antiquity to A.D. 1600.  New York.

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Hunt, R. W.  1984.  The Schools and the Cloister: The Life and Writings of Alexander Nequam (1157-1217).  Edited and revised by Margaret Gibson.  Oxford.

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