Early Chinese Medical Literature: The Mawangdui Medical Transcripts

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Early Chinese Medical Literature: The Mawangdui Medical Transcripts

Early Chinese Medical Literature The Mawangdui Medical Transcripts The seven medical manuscripts from Mawangdui tomb three unearthed in represent the richest cache of ancient medical manuscripts ever found in China These manuscripts which comprise this book reve

  • Title: Early Chinese Medical Literature: The Mawangdui Medical Transcripts
  • Author: Donald Harper
  • ISBN: 9780710305824
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The seven medical manuscripts from Mawangdui tomb three unearthed in 1973 represent the richest cache of ancient medical manuscripts ever found in China These manuscripts which comprise this book reveal for the first time the breadth of medical knowledge in third and early second century B.C China Included are discussions of physiological theories and pathology, recipeThe seven medical manuscripts from Mawangdui tomb three unearthed in 1973 represent the richest cache of ancient medical manuscripts ever found in China These manuscripts which comprise this book reveal for the first time the breadth of medical knowledge in third and early second century B.C China Included are discussions of physiological theories and pathology, recipe manuals for the treatment of ailments and for the practice of macrobiotic hygiene, sexual treatises, and illustrations of hygienic exercises.

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    1. Cintain 昆遊龍 on said:

      Study, transcription, and translation of the Manuscripts of Tomb No. 3 of Mawangdui pertaining to medicine. It is absolutely mind-blowing to be able to see Chinese Medicine in such an early development stage. Dr. Harper's study is also fantastic for the breadth of historical and social context he brings together to shed light on the cultural environment that spawned the manuscripts. One of the most enlightening reads I've had the opportunity to enjoy in the field of Chinese Medicine.

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