Sprezzatura - 50 WAYS ITALIAN GENIOUS SHAPED THE WORLD

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Peter D'Epiro e Mary D. Pinkowish
Sprezzatura - 50 WAYS ITALIAN GENIOUS SHAPED THE WORLD
Anchor Books 2001

Although women are known to have practiced medicine at Salerno, only one, Trota, lent her name to a body of twelfth-century medical treatises subsumed under the rubric of Trotula. This document is a patchwork collation of at least three different texts. The sections On the Conditions of Women (later called Trotula major) and On Women's Cosmetics were, according to the most recent scholarship, written by men, whereas the part called On Treatments for Women (or Trotula minor), attributed to Trota, seems to reflect a woman's empiric perspective on a broad range of gynecologic problems. In its totality, the Trotula became the preeminent medieval textbook on women's health, dealing mostly with conception, pregnancy, embryonic development, and childbirth.

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