Campus Only Senior Thesis
David Kawalko Roselli
© 2014 Madeline Barnes
The thesis examines two of the most prominent forms of Ancient Greek medicine, rational and temple. These two forms put themselves in direct competition with each other and often tried to differentiate their form from the other. On the other hand the public often conflated these two types viewing them as one entity instead of two. The perception of Ancient Greeks was that the two forms were actually very similar and the temple practitioners and rational physicians were in many ways interchangeable.
Barnes, Madeline, "Rational and Temple Medicine in Ancient Greece: The Public Perception of the Two Forms" (2014). Scripps Senior Theses. 442.
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