De Medicina

De Medicina
By Celsus
Edited by: W. G. Spencer (trans.)

Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press 1971 (Republication of the 1935 edition).

Digital Hippocrates Collection Table of Contents

A. Cornelii Celsi De Medicina

Liber I

Liber II

Liber III

Liber IV

Liber V

Liber VI

Liber VII

Liber VIII

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Liber I

 [p. 80] pestilentia facienda sint, tum in ea maxime, quam austri excitarint. Atque etiam peregrinantibus eadem necessaria sunt, ubi gravi tempore anni discesserunt ex suis sedibus, vel ubi in graves regiones venerunt. Ac si cetera res aliqua prohibebit, utique retineri debebit a vino ad aquam, ab hac ad vinum qui supra positus est transitus.