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Department
History
Course
HIST 1250
Professor
Sofie Lachapelle
Semester
Fall

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Herophilus of chalcedon(c.335-c.280BCE)->Anatomy ->Describes the brain,the nervous system,the eye, the liver,the pancreas,the intestine,the reproductive organs and the heart. Erasistratus’s physiology Food->stomach->juice->intestines+liver->blood is sent all over the body through the veins. Veins-blood(produced by the intestines and liver) Arteries-pneuma(by air) Nerves-Psychic pneuma ->Romans are famous for engineering. ->The roman architecture includes arch,vault,dome. -Colosseum can have upto 50,000 people at a time. -Galen studied mathematics and physiology.He became the physician in roman empire. -Ptolemy wrote the book THEALMAGEST. -Ptolemy used circles to explain his theories. -Eccentric circles are used to explain the motion of the earth around the sun. -Epicycle deference system explains the motion of the moon. -Geocentric universe=>the earth is at the centre of the universi
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