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E. Drabkin, Ed. ). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (This is Caelius Aurelianus's Latin translation of two lost works by RELIGION IN T H E H I S T O R Y OF P S Y C H I A T R Y 19 the Greek physician Soranus of Ephesus [ca. Original Latin translation was composed ca. fifth century AD) Cr (1933). De medicina. Vol. 1. Loeb Classical Library. Celsus, De Medicina. Loeb Classical Library, Vol. 1. Cheyne, G. (1991). The English malady (R. ). London: Travestock/Routledge. (Original work published 1733) Chrysostom, L (1994).
The medical authorities cited most frequently by the fathers (the Hippocratic writings and the writings of Soranus of Ephesus, Celsus, and Galen) held that persistent sadness proceeded from a disorder of black bile (Caelius Aurelianus, fifth century AD/1950, p. 561) and that both medicinal and psychological treatments could be used to relieve it. Paradoxically, this lack of interest by the Hippocratic writers in problems of spirituality and the soul made Hippocratic medicine appealing to early Christian writers, who found the cult of Asclepius to be antithetical to the Christian view of Jesus Christ as the great physician and healer of mankind.
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