Jews and Medicine: Religion, Culture, Science

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Published on the occasion of the exhibition Jews and Medicine, held in Beit Hatfutsot in 1995. Curator: Natalia Berger, 275 pages, English

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Since the Middle Ages Jews have regarded medicine as one of the most honorable professions to pursue. This book examines their special relationship, following chronological lines tracing the most significant points of encounter between the history of Jews and the history of medicine. The book includes full color photographs of manuscripts, posters, postcards and sketches. 
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