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'''Galen''' (c.129-c.200) was a Greek philosopher and anatomist whose theory of [[humours]] had a profound influence on renaissance [[medicine]].
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'''Galen''' (c.129-c.200) was a [[Greece|Greek]] philosopher and anatomist whose theory of [[four humours|humours]] had a profound influence on [[renaissance]] [[medicine]].
   
 
His work ''On the use of the Parts'' was translated by Noccolo da Reggio in the [[14th century]], but he did not become a standard reference until the [[15th century]].
 
His work ''On the use of the Parts'' was translated by Noccolo da Reggio in the [[14th century]], but he did not become a standard reference until the [[15th century]].
   
 
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Galen (c.129-c.200) was a Greek philosopher and anatomist whose theory of humours had a profound influence on renaissance medicine.

His work On the use of the Parts was translated by Noccolo da Reggio in the 14th century, but he did not become a standard reference until the 15th century.


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