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Chronicles of Pharmacy.

Chronicles of Pharmacy. These two volumes are filled with curious and interesting information, the result of an immense amount of painstaking labor. The history of pharmacy is traced from its mythical beginnings to the present time. Through a great part of this course it is almost identical with the history of medicine, although Wootton has paid special attention to the drugs mentioned by ancient writers. Following a chapter dealing with the myths of pharmacy, the author gives in succession what is known of pharmacy among the ancient Hebrews, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. The story is traced through the Arabs to the middle ages, when the account becomes more definite and truly historical. An interesting chapter is the one devoted to the progress of pharmacy in Great Britain. Succeeding chapters deal with "Dogmas and Delusions," "Masters in Pharmacy," "Chemical Contributions," and other topics, such as "Poisons in History," "Noted Nostrums," etc. The author has http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Chronicles of Pharmacy.

JAMA , Volume LVI (7) – Feb 18, 1911

Chronicles of Pharmacy.

Abstract


These two volumes are filled with curious and interesting information, the result of an immense amount of painstaking labor. The history of pharmacy is traced from its mythical beginnings to the present time. Through a great part of this course it is almost identical with the history of medicine, although Wootton has paid special attention to the drugs mentioned by ancient writers. Following a chapter dealing with the myths of pharmacy, the author gives in succession what is known of...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1911 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1911.02560070066040
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Abstract

These two volumes are filled with curious and interesting information, the result of an immense amount of painstaking labor. The history of pharmacy is traced from its mythical beginnings to the present time. Through a great part of this course it is almost identical with the history of medicine, although Wootton has paid special attention to the drugs mentioned by ancient writers. Following a chapter dealing with the myths of pharmacy, the author gives in succession what is known of pharmacy among the ancient Hebrews, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. The story is traced through the Arabs to the middle ages, when the account becomes more definite and truly historical. An interesting chapter is the one devoted to the progress of pharmacy in Great Britain. Succeeding chapters deal with "Dogmas and Delusions," "Masters in Pharmacy," "Chemical Contributions," and other topics, such as "Poisons in History," "Noted Nostrums," etc. The author has

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 18, 1911

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