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Cleaves, Francis Woodman. A Medical Practice of the Mongols in the Thirteenth Century

Cleaves, Francis Woodman. A Medical Practice of the Mongols in the Thirteenth Century
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 Cleaves, Francis Woodman. A Medical Practice of the Mongols in the Thirteenth Century. Cambridge, Mass., 1954, tall 8vo (25 x 18cm), pp. 428 - 444, wrappers. A paper in Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, Vol. 17, 3/4, whole issue included. Cleaves discusses the Mongolian remedy for goat, which consisted of bathing the afflicted parts in the open-up belly of a numan, and sometimes a horse, as mentioned in the Mongol chronicles. This issue also contains the paper by Henry Serruys, ‘The Dates of the Mongolian Documents in the Hua-I I-Yu’.