Greek and Roman Medicine
A Bibliography of Internet Resources
Part 3, Reviews from e-Journals

Note: reviews are arranged alphabetically by last name of the author of the book reviewed. Reviews of editions and translations of ancient texts appear under the name of the ancient author. Reviews of festschrifts appear under the name of the person honored.


BMCR = Bryn Mawr Classical Review

BMMR = Bryn Mawr Medieval Review

Scholia Reviews = Scholia Reviews (The University of Natal)

ElecAnt = Electronic Antiquity: Communicating the Classics

BMMR 97.2.9, J. Ziegler, review of D.W. Amundsen, Medicine, Society, and Faith in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds.

BMCR 97.1.5, J. M. McMahon, review of Timothy D. Barnes, ed., The Sciences in Greco-Roman Society. (=Aperion: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 27.4 [December 1994]).

BMCR 95.9.3, L. T. Pearcy, review of Tamsyn S. Barton, Power and Knowledge: Astrology,Physiognomics, and Medicine under the Roman Empire.

BMCR 4.3.19, S. Myers, review of Mary Beagon, Roman Nature: The Thought of Pliny the Elder.

BMCR 94.3.23 L. T. Pearcy, review of Jacques Brunschwig and Martha C. Nussbaum, eds, Passions and Perceptions: Studies in Hellenistic Philosophy of Mind.

BMCR 97.12.10, R. Flemming, review of Armelle Debru, Le corps respirant, la pensee physiologique chez Galien.

BMCR 94.10.13, B. Inwood, review of Lesley Ann Dean-Jones, Women's Bodies in Classical Greek Science.

BMCR 99.10.25, R. Masciantonio, review of Garrett G. Fagan, Bathing in Public in the Roman World.

BMCR 2.4.8, G. W. Dickerson, review of Magika Hiera. Ancient Greek Magic & Religion, edited by Christopher A. Faraone and Dirk Obbink.

BMCR 98.2.10, A. Chaniotis, review of Bjoern Forsen, Griechische Gliederweihungen. Eine Untersuchung zu ihrer Typologie und ihrer religions- und sozialgeschichtlichen Bedeutung.

BMCR 99.08.14, Rebecca Flemming, review of R. J. Hankinson, Galen: On Antecedent Causes.

BMCR 00.08.24, Ralph Rosen, review of Vivian Nutton, Galen: On My Own Opinions.

BMCR 5.9.2, R. B. Todd, review of Vincent Barras, Terpsichore Birchler, Anne-France Morand(trans.), Galien: L'ame et ses passions (Les passions et les erreurs de l'ame; Les facultes de l'ame suivent les temperaments du corps).

BMMR 97.1.3, F. H. Stoertz, review of Luis Garcia-Ballester, Roger French, Jon Arrizabalaga, and Andrew Cunningham (edd.), Practical Medicine from Salerno to the Black Death.

BMCR 97.9.4, R. J. Brophy, review of Robert J. Garland, The Eye of the Beholder: Deformity and Disability in the Greco-Roman World.

BMCE 00.03.06, L. Pearcy, review of Mirko D. Grmek (ed.), Western Medical Thought from Antiquity to the Middle Ages.

BMCR 00.03.10, Lloyd Gerson, review of R.J. Hankinson, Cause and Explanation in Ancient Greek Thought.

BMMR 94.7.5, James O'Donnell, review of Reinhart Herzog, Restauration et Renouveau: La litterature latine de 284 a 374 apres J.-C.

ElecAnt Vol. 3 Issue 1 - June 1995, M. Timmins, review of James Longrigg, Greek Rational Medicine: Philosophy from Alcmaeon to the Alexandrians.

BMCR 98.11.24, L. Pearcy, review of James Longrigg, Greek Medicine From the Heroic to the Hellenistic Age: A Source Book.

ElecAnt 5.3(2000), A. E. Haeckl, review of Lisa Manniche, Sacred Luxuries: Fragrance, Aromatherapy, and Cosmetics in Ancient Egypt.

BMCR 97.7.10, R. Waterfield, review of K. A. Algra et al., Polyhistor: Studies in the History and Historiography of Ancient Philosophy Presented to Jaap Mansfeld on His Sixtieth Birthday.

BMCR 96.12.15, M. D. Fullerton, review of Guy P. R. Metraux, Sculptors and Physicians in Fifth-Century Greece - A Preliminary Study.

BMCR 00.03.16, A. O. Koloski-Ostrow, review of Richard Neudecker, Die Pracht der Latrine. Zum Wandel öffentlicher Bedürfnisanstalten in der kaiserzeitlichen Stadt. BMCR 95.3.15, J. T. Kirby, review of Martha C. Nussbaum, The Therapy of Desire. Theory and Practice in Hellenistic Ethics

BMCR 98.6.22, R. Flemming, review of Mark Grant, Dieting for an Emperor: A Translation of Books 1 and 4 of Oribasius' Medical Compilations with an Introduction and Commentary.

BMCR 95.12.22, M. R. Halleran, review of Ruth Padel, Whom Gods Destroy: Elements of Greek and Tragic Madness.

BMCR 4.4.8, P. Keyser, review of John M. Riddle, Contraception and Abortion from the Ancient World to the Renaissance.

BMCR 94.3.18, RESPONSE: Vine on Keyser on Riddle

BMCR 96.4.17, L. J. Bliquez, review of Charlotte Roberts and Keith Manchester, The Archaeology of Disease, 2nd ed.

BMCR 97.10.14, K. Crotty, review of Daniel N. Robinson, Wild Beasts & Idle Humours: The Insanity Defense from Antiquity to the Present.

BMCR 00.08.17, R. H. Sternberg, review of Christine F. Salazar, The Treament of War Wounds in Graeco-Roman Antiquity.

BMCR 4.1.19, L. T. Pearcy, review of John Scarborough, Medical Terminologies: Classical Origins.

Scholia Reviews ns 4 (1995) 5, D. Pike, review of Jonathan Shay, Achilles in Vietnam: Combat Trauma and the Undoing of Character.

BMCR 2.5.17, L. T. Pearcy, review of Smith, ed., Hippocrates; and Temkin on Hippocrates.

BMCR 3.1.11, A. E. Hanson, review of Soranus' Gynecology, translated with an introduction by Owsei Temkin.

BMCR 2.2.16, L. T. Pearcy, review of J. T. Vallance, The Lost Theory of Asclepiades of Bithynia.

BMMR 94.2.8, John Vanderspoel, review of Raymond Van Dam, Saints and Their Miracles in Late Antique Gaul.

BMCR 97.9.20, Dominic Montserrat, review of Louise C. Youtie, P. Michigan XVII, The Michigan Medical Codex (P. Mich. 758 = P. Mich. Inv. 21).

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