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Gabriele Zerbi, Gerontocomia

On the Care of the Aged and Maximianus, Elegies on Old Age and Love (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society)

by L. R. Lind

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Published by Amer Philosophical Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Early works to 1800,
  • Philosophy,
  • Geriatrics,
  • History Of Medicine,
  • Aging,
  • Health and hygiene,
  • Older people

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages346
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8349207M
    ISBN 100871691825
    ISBN 109780871691828

    House books and manuals – health and literature Further humanists – Platina, More, Luther Philosophy of health and prophylaxis in Venice – Mercuriale, Rangone, Cornaro Gabriele Zerbi and the Gerontocomia Paracelsus’ teachings on health Herbal books Dietetics in daily life 6 Dietetics in the Seventeenth.   Gabriele Zerbi, "Gerontocomia: On the Care of the Aged"; and Maximianus, "Elegies on Old Age and Love" by L. R. Lind 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.

      Abstract. Much has been written about theories of aging in premodern times, but much less is known about theories of residential care. This article describes a handbook prescribing the building, staffing, and running of residences for seniors: The Gerontocomos, published in Italy in by Gabrielle handbook describes in detail the physical Author: Carol A.B. Warren. Title(s): On the care of the aged = Gerontocomia / Gabriele Zerbi. And, Elegies on old age and love / Maximianus/ [both] translated from the Latin [and edited] by L.R. Lind. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society,

    Abstract. The history of exercise has been written many times from various perspectives but with little emphasis on exercise for older people. The present chapter may well be the first such attempt to depict the changing fads and fashions in exercise for the elderly over the by: 2. Historical excursion into health and senior education the book of life. Our Ayurveda knowledge of the Egyptian culture and medicine comes mainly from the texts preserved in the form of papyrus, hieroglyphic inscriptions and paintings on walls and sarcophagi. (Duin, Sutcliff, , pp.


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8 rows  Gabriele Zerbi (–) was a Veronese professor at the Universities of Bologna Born:Verona. Gabriele Zerbi, Gerontocomia, on the care of the aged, and Maximianus, elegies on old age and love Item PreviewPages: Gabriele Zerbi (), born in Verona of an old patrician family, was a remarkable medical man & anatomists of his time.

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Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Maximianus; Gabriele de Zerbis; Gabriele de Zerbis; Maximianus; Gabriele de Zerbis: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gabriele de Zerbis; L R Lind. Gabriele Zerbi (ca. ) was a seminal writer on a number of medical subjects.5 He is perhaps best known for the first textbook on geriatric disorders, the Gerontocomio scilicet de senum cura atque vietu (Rome.

Gabriele Zerbi () was an Italian physician who wrote Gerontocomia (), the first book exclusively devoted to geriatrics, the care of elderly people.

It. InGabriele Zerbi published the first book 'Gerontocomia' in the field of geriatrics. Modern geriatrics was born with the coinage of the word 'geriatrics' by Ignatz Leo : Hyung Joon Yoo.

[Gerontocomia (latin)]Collection: Italian books before ; Topics: Médecine -- Ouvrages avant Publisher: [Eucharius Silber] (Romae)Author: Gabriele de. Auteur du texte Zerbis. Gabriele Zerbi, Gerontocomia: On the Care of the Aged and Maximianus, Elegies on Old Age and Love (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) by L.R.

Lind, Gabriele de Zerbis. Gabriele Zerbi’s Gerontocomia revived Galen’s concept of gerocomy (Zerbi G, ). It concentrated on hygiene in older people, accepted that the diseases described could not be cured, and differentiated between natural death as a result of the loss of innate heat, and death following illness (Thane P,).

logue (p. 17) is headed "The Gerentocomia [sic] by Gabriele Zerbi of Verona Dedicated to Pope Innocent VIII Happily Begins." The clearly wrong illustration, moreover, seems to have been borrowed without attribution from some modern book (its "Figure 10"), with a descriptive caption including such things as "This Italian physician had.

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Lind, Gabriele de Zerbis/5. Resources about Gabriele de Zerbis (1) On the care of the aged = Gerontocomia / Gabriele Zerbi. And, Elegies on old age and love / Maximianus ; [both] translated from the Latin [and edited] by L.R.

Lind Zerbis, Gabriele de, [ Book, Microform: ] Languages: English;Italian;Latin;Undetermined, [3 others]. Gabriele Zerbi () estis itala anatomo, kuracisto, filozofo, kaj profesoro en la Universitatoj de Bolonjo kaj Padovo, kiu supervivis la ruinigan ekaperon de pesto en la Nordo de Italio inter Li studis en la Universitato de Padovo kie li komencis instrui enestinte akirita sian doktorecon kun aĝo Tiam li instruis filozofion kaj medicinon en la Alma mater: Universitato de Padovo, Universitato de.

Numerous treatises on ‘successful ageing’ were published during the late Renaissance. Zerbi's Gerontocomia and Cornaro's Trattato della Vita Sobria, in particular, have been considered as Author: Chris Gilleard.

This authoritative new book offers a panoramic overview on health and healthy living from classical Antiquity through to the mid-nineteenth century, when scientific medicine began to gain ascendancy.

Klaus Bergdolt offers the reader a lively and well exemplified account of the numerous historical manifestations of dietetics showing that despite the diversity of notions of 3/5(2). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Gerontocomia by Gabriele de Zerbis,Eucharius Silber edition, Microform in Italian : Italian physician, anatomist, and medical philosopher, also known as Gabriele Zerbi or Gabriello Zerbus.

He wrote the first printed book on geriatrics (Gerontocomia, ), the first on medical ethics (De cautelis medicorum, c. ), and one of the most accurate anatomical texts before Belgian anatomist Andreas Vesalius () (Liber anathomie corporis humani et.

Numerous treatises on ‘successful ageing’ were published during the late Renaissance. Zerbi's Gerontocomia and Cornaro's Trattato della Vita Sobria, in particular, have been considered as early precursors of modern this paper I revisit these two treatises, outline their content and common themes, and set them in the context of other Cited by: