From magic to science : essays on the scientific twilight / [by] Charles Singer.

By: Singer, Charles Joseph, 1876-1960
Publisher: London : Ernest Benn, 1928.Description: xix, 253 p. : illus ; 26 cm.
Contents:
Science under the Roman empire. - -The dark ages and the dawn of science. - -The Lorica of Gildas the Briton. - -Early English magic and medicine. - -Early herbals. - -The visions of Hildegard of Bingen. - -The school of Salerno and its legends.
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Science under the Roman empire. - -The dark ages and the dawn of science. - -The Lorica of Gildas the Briton. - -Early English magic and medicine. - -Early herbals. - -The visions of Hildegard of Bingen. - -The school of Salerno and its legends.

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