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[Back] Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua is sponsored by The Episcopal Academy, Merion, Pennsylvania 19066, USA, and maintained by Dr. Lee T. Pearcy, in consultation with the AM/MA Advisory Committee:

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Ancient medicine is a vast subject demanding specialized knowledge of many kinds. The study of it depends on collaboration among scholars. I invite anyone who may be interested in contributing to Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua to get in touch with me at the address below. I will be especially glad to receive offers of collaboration in the preparation of hypertext editions of the fundamental texts of Greco-Roman medicine, announcements or other items of current interest, and pre-prints or other discussions of specific topics in ancient medicine.

Hypertext editions, translations of ancient medical works, AM/MA Essays, and other original contributions to Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua pass through a process of peer review before being posted on the site. Announcements and other communications are posted as received. In all cases, authors retain all rights to their works; AM/MA's copyright applies only to text, images, and other material added by AM/MA. The principal language of Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua is English, but contributions in Latin, French, German, or Spanish are welcome.

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Pearcy, Lee T. (ed.) Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua, http://www.ea.pvt.k12.pa.us/medant, June, 1997.
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The Episcopal Academy
Merion, PA 19066

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Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua was reviewed by Yahoo Internet Life, 12/8/96, and by Bryn Mawr Electronic Resources Review in August, 1998.





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Last updated 3/18/01. Images, text, and other content created for AM/MA, including the names "Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua" and "AM/MA," are © Lee T. Pearcy 1996 and later. Send comments and suggestions to lpearcy@ea.pvt.k12.pa.us.