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ГБОУ СПО НО «Нижегородский медицинский Базовый колледж» Medicine in Rome Выполнила преподаватель иностранных языков Карева Ольга Николаевна
About 450 B.C. a commission of magistrates was empaneled to write a body of laws for the nation, later known as the Laws of the Twelve Tables.
The first foreign physician in Rome we know of was a Greek who practiced there about the year 219 B.C. However, the first of the renowned Greeks to win fame and fortune in Rome as a physician was Asclepiades. Although he had no formal medical training, he achieved marked success in his chosen field and founded what may be considered the first medical school of ancient Rome.
Women, too, were found in the ranks of the medical practitioners. Women wishing to enter medical practice should have the "ability to write, a good memory, health, an even temper, discretion, a knowledge of dietetics, of pharmacy and to some extent, of surgery" — a not impressive list of qualifications.
Greeks were apparently the first to dissect cadavers and probably also the bodies of condemned criminals.
The practice of oral hygiene was slow in coming to Greece. Dental care was not known until Greece became a Roman province. Under Roman influence, the Greeks learned to use a multitude of materials as tooth cleansers, among them pumice, talc, emery.
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