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Kruse announced plans to publish this Ur-version which bears the manuscript title Von Kranckheiten, Siechtagen und zu val der Swangern und geberenden frowen und ihrer neugebornen Kinderen [On the Sicknesses, Illnesses, and Accidents of Pregnant and Labouring Women and Their Newborn Children] , a project that is still much anticipated.
Important as Kruse's analysis was, however, it only pushed back to a manuscript phase the question of the text's origins. Indeed, it has long been questioned how he could have assembled such a detailed text on a topic on which, as far as we can tell, he had no particular expertise. So where did Von Kranckheiten, Siechtagen und zu val der Swangern und geberenden frowen und ihrer neugebornen Kinderen come from? Savonarola was himself drawing heavily on the obstetrical chapters of the early fourteenth-century Neapolitan physician, Francesco da Piedemonte d.
The latter was first published in in Augsburg, where Metlinger was city physician from at least to I follow Keil and Kruse in ignoring the question of the sources of this paediatric text or what its incorporation into the Hamburg manuscript might signify; I consider that the task of whoever eventually edits the Hamburg manuscript.
However, as I point out below, the incorporation of Metlinger's paediatric text also raises important questions about the genesis of the obstetrical material. It seems likely, on my analysis, that the German author was drawing on his own experience as a medical practitioner or simply on some other, as yet unidentified text for some of the groups of recipes now found in the text. For example, many of the aids for delivery in Chapter 5 of both manuscript and print versions of the German text have only a slight correspondence with Savonarola's far more detailed Latin work.
Be that as it may, the bulk of the interpretive material—on the structure of the amniotic sac, on the causes of obstetrical complications, and on regimens to avert complications or therapies to rectify them—comes from a single Latin source: the gynaecological and obstetrical chapters of Michele Savonarola's Practica sometimes called the Practica major, Greater Text of Practical Medicine , a work composed in Padua and Ferrara between and Although there was an extraordinary amount of mater ial on women's conditions circulating in medieval western Europe, there was virtually nothing focusing solely on assistance in childbirth.
By the time medicine experienced a major revival in the eleventh century, Muscio's intended audience of literate midwives had long since disappeared.
From the twelfth century on, the practice of gynaecology and obstetrics effectively bifurcated: theoretical gynaecology became more and more the province of learned male physicians, while childbirth management remained in the hands of women. Chapters on gynaecological diseases along with some minimal information on handling difficult birth could be found in most general medical texts all written by male writers and there is ample evidence that male physicians and later, surgeons treated women for gynaecological and even some obstetrical conditions.
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