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Hildegard of Bingen
Author: Columba Hart, Jane Bishop
Publisher: Paulist Press
In one series, the original writings of the universally acknowledged teachers of the Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, and Islamic traditions have been critically selected, translated and introduced by internationally recognized scholars and spiritual leaders.
Author: Saint Hildegard, Mary Palmquist, John Stanley Kulas, Patrick Madigan
Publisher: Liturgical Press
The author discusses the use of natural ingredients in diet and therapy to alleviate pain and to foster healing and gives insights into human physiology and pathology.
Author: Reiner Hildebrandt, Thomas Gloning
New manuscript discoveries have provided a greatly enhanced basis for this work of Hildegard von Bingen's on natural history and healing, which now contains twice the amount of text as the previous standard edition from 1855. The worlds of animals and plants, together with precious stones, metals and earths, are treated in their entirety from a specific medieval perspective, with a focus on the healing properties of the individual objects from the natural world. In addition, the numerous German words sprinkled throughout the Latin text provide new impulses for research into the history of the German language. Key features: First complete critical edition of the famous "Physica" Based on the newly discovered, unabridged Florentine manuscript Of great interest to medievalists, germanists, medieval latinists, naturalists and medical historians New standard text edition.