Byzantine Stories Episode 5 – Roman Healthcare. Part 3 – Byzantine Compromise

Italian copies of Alexander of Tralles' treatises (exhibits.hsl.virginia.edu)

Italian copies of Alexander of Tralles’ treatises (exhibits.hsl.virginia.edu)

In Part 3 we move forward to Byzantium to explore two examples of Byzantine healthcare in action.

Saint Artemios (johnsanidopoulos.com)

Saint Artemios (johnsanidopoulos.com)

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4 thoughts on “Byzantine Stories Episode 5 – Roman Healthcare. Part 3 – Byzantine Compromise

  1. Russed

    Great few episodes these. I’m not exactly proud of it, but I couldn’t help but burst out laughing at the idea of a deacon dryhumping the tomb of a saint.

    • Thanks so much for the feedback. And I’m glad you found that funny. There was a miracle story I wasn’t able to include where a guy fell down the stairs to the tomb and cried out β€œOh wretched me. I’ve been fractured all over.” That cracked me up, even though its obviously just a trick of the translation πŸ™‚

  2. Matt

    Are you ever going to put the podcast on Google Music? I use it for all my other podcasts just for ease of use.

    Either way thanks for all the great content!

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