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Trotula of Salerno was an Italian physician who worked in the 11th/12th century in Salerno, Italy. She wrote at least three major medical treatises: ‘Diseases of Women’, ‘Treatments for Women’, and ‘Women’s Cosmetics’. In medieval Europe, these texts were a major source for information on women’s health. Trotula was also one of the seven Salerno physicians who contributed to an encyclopedia of medical knowledge, ‘On the Treatment of Illnesses’.
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Every human science is based on deduction, which is a slow process of seeing by which we work from the effect to the cause. In a wider sense, all poetry like every work of art proceeds from a swift vision of things.
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