By Tony Hunt
This moment quantity of Anglo-Norman Medicinec ompletes Tony Hunt's variation of the entire vernacular clinical texts contained in Trinity university, Cambridge, MS 0.1.20, offering a treatise on traveling the ailing and a verse translation of the 1st a part of the distinguished gynaecological compilation often called `Trotula', either with their Latin originals. to those are further longer works from different assets: the Euperistonand the Trinity `Practica', bold compilations which take advantage of fabric in Latin, French and English. complete notes and glossaries are supplied. Tony Hunt's creation goals to demonstrate attribute positive factors of the medieval clinical compendium throughout the instance of the Speculum medicorum, which has hitherto been thoroughly unstudied.
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Puisse ayder de verme e de rauncle e de kaunker e de felun e gutefestre e de tuz maus + In nomine Patris + et Filii + et Spiritus Sancti, Amen + Seinte Susanne fu a tort criminé, [la] dilivera nostre Seynur. N. de verme, de rauncle e de kauncre e de felun e de gutefestre e de tuz maus + In nomine Patris + et Filii + et Spiritus Sancti, Amen + Pater Noster et Credo in Deum. iii. fez e en num e aprés + Christus vincit, Christus regnat, Christus imperat. N. 2 Three things immediately strike us. A reader of the Latin text has felt moved to supplement it in the vernacular in an operation now referred to as code-switching.
We cannot afford to ignore them. Medieval Studies are already enormously and continuously in debt to Dr Richard Barber. He has also a strong family interest in medicine. It seems right, therefore, that I should repay the faith he has shown in the project by dedicating Anglo-Norman Medicine to him. N. puisse ayder de verme e de rauncle e de kaunker e de felun e gutefestre e de tuz maus + In nomine Patris + et Filii + et Spiritus Sancti, Amen + Seinte Susanne fu a tort criminé, [la] dilivera nostre Seynur.
The supplement is drawn from the realm of religious faith rather than from that of scientific medicine. The element of faith represented by the charm is expressed through ritual repetition. This juxtaposition of contrasts is entirely characteristic of medieval medicine in the Anglo-Norman period. Indeed, all students of medicine in medieval England are quickly obliged to confront the problem of multilingual documents and, more specifically, the phenomena of code-switching and code-mixing. Even those manuscripts which transmit extensive treatises in Latin, if they are at all used, reveal the influential presence of the vernacular and of popular medical beliefs of a non-scientific nature, some of which go back to very early authorities.