TITLE

PROFESSORS OF MEDICINE AND MEDICAL WORKS AT GYMNASIUM DORPATENSE AND ACADEMIA GUSTAVIANA

AUTHOR(S)
Rein, Kaarina
PUB. DATE
September 2010
SOURCE
Ajalooline Ajakiri;2010, Vol. 133/134 Issue 3/4, p297
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a description of the activities in the field of medicine at Gymnasium (Collegium) Dorpatense (1630-1632) and Academia Gustaviana Dorpatensis (1632-56). It mentions that the description of the said activities was based on a survey of the professors of medicine and authors of medical orations and disputations especially of their works during the said period. It mentions that the study on the University of Tartu in Sweden, which has been focused on philological treatises are also sources of information on the authors of medical works in Academia Gustaviana. It also cites several overviews on the faculty of medicine at University of Tartu especially the lists of disputations and orations that can be found in the works of E. L. Jaanson and M. A. Sainio.
ACCESSION #
86443216

 

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