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Thirteenth-century hospital interior

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Thirteenth-Century Hospital Interior (Tonerre)
From “The Thirteenth: Greatest of Centuries,” by J. J. Walsh

This was built by the sister of Louis IX of France, Marguerite of Bourgogne, who retired to it herself to spend her life caring for the ailing poor.

Author
The Project Gutenberg eBook, Medieval Medicine, by James Joseph Walsh
Published in 1920
Posted on
Monday 6 July 2020
Keywords
Medicine, Middle Ages
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