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Materia medica

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Book Shizhen Li (2024)
Ben Cao Gang Mu, Volume VI: Vegetables, Fruits. (/isis/citation/CBB656884237/) unapi

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Ben Cao Gang Mu, Volume VII: Woods. (/isis/citation/CBB555707040/) unapi

Article Carolyn Roberts (Summer 2023)
Pharmaceutical Captivity, Epistemological Rupture, and the Business Archive of the British Slave Trade. Business History Review (pp. 283-305). (/isis/citation/CBB777187109/) unapi

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A Splendour of Succulents & Cacti. (/isis/citation/CBB099458797/) unapi

Book Di Lu (2023)
The Global Circulation of Chinese Materia Medica, 1700–1949: A Microhistory of the Caterpillar Fungus. (/isis/citation/CBB827481563/) unapi

Article Y. Srinivasa Rao; Sindhu Thomas (2023)
Indigenous poison healing traditions in Kerala. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 48-56). (/isis/citation/CBB926536478/) unapi

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Neither Snake Oils nor Miracle Cures: Interpreting Nineteenth-Century Patent Medicines. Historical Archaeology (pp. 681-702). (/isis/citation/CBB855105432/) unapi

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Tycho Brahe’s Health and Death: What Can We Learn from the Trace Element Levels Found in His Hair and Bone Samples?. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 307-332). (/isis/citation/CBB444398208/) unapi

Book John Nott; Anna Harris (2022)
Making Sense of Medicine: Material Culture and the Reproduction of Medical Knowledge. (/isis/citation/CBB674744598/) unapi

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Vernacular Languages and Invisible Labor in Ṭibb. Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 115-138). (/isis/citation/CBB011740747/) unapi

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Ben Cao Gang Mu, Volume V: Creeping Herbs, Water Herbs, Herbs Growing on Stones, Mosses, Cereals. (/isis/citation/CBB288016743/) unapi

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Ben Cao Gang Mu, Volume III: Mountain Herbs, Fragrant Herbs. (/isis/citation/CBB592964103/) unapi

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Ben Cao Gang Mu, Volume IV: Marshland Herbs, Poisonous Herbs. (/isis/citation/CBB691024326/) unapi

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What’s in a name? William Jones, ‘philological empiricism’ and botanical knowledge making in eighteenth-century India. South Asian History and Culture (pp. 87-111). (/isis/citation/CBB928582628/) unapi

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A Global History of Ginseng: Imperialism, Modernity and Orientalism. (/isis/citation/CBB648495422/) unapi

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Faith in Drugs: The Material and Immaterial Effects of Medication in the Early Modern French Catholic World. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 509-538). (/isis/citation/CBB067315641/) unapi

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Recognizing and Analyzing Chinese Stone Drugs. Historical Archaeology (pp. 597-605). (/isis/citation/CBB010298228/) unapi

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Materia Medica and the History of the Book in Seventeenth-Century Portugal. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 394-430). (/isis/citation/CBB206832635/) unapi

Book Li Shizhen (2021)
Ben Cao Gang Mu, Volume VIII: Clothes, Utensils, Worms, Insects, Amphibians, Animals with Scales, Animals with Shells. (/isis/citation/CBB917758554/) unapi

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