Strange Blood: The Rise and Fall of Lamb Blood Transfusion in 19th Century Medicine and Beyond by Boel Berner English | PDF | 2020 | 216 Pages | ISBN : 3837651630 | 5 MB
In the mid-1870s, the experimental therapy of lamb blood transfusion spread like an epidemic across Europe and the USA. Doctors tried to use it as a cure for tuberculosis, pellagra, and anemia; proposed it as a means to reanimate seemingly dead soldiers on the battlefield. It was a contested therapy because it meant crossing boundaries and challenging taboos.
Rituality and Social (Dis)Order: The Historical Anthropology of Popular Carnival in Europe (Routledge Studies in Cultural History) by Alessandro Testa November 30, 2020 | ISBN: 0367617226 | English | 234 pages | PDF | 5 MB
New Perspectives on Aramaic Epigraphy in Mesopotamia, Qumran, Egypt and Idumea: Proceedings of the Joint RIAB Minerva Center and the Jeselsohn Epigraphic Center of Jewish History Conference (Orientalische Religionen in der Antike) by Angelika Berlejung, Esther Eshel, Aren M Maeir, Takayoshi M Oshima 2021 | ISBN: 3161598946 | English | 354 pages | PDF | 11 MB
Force of Words: A Cultural History of Christianity and Politics in Medieval Iceland 11th-13th Centuries (Northern World) by Haraldur Hreinsson 2021 | ISBN: 9004444963 | English | 330 pages | PDF | 32 MB