The Staff of the Serpent - History of Medicine Group

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The Staff of the Serpent - History of Medicine Group

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The Staff of the Serpent - History of Medicine Group for Living History and Re-enactment Medical Practitioners (Physicians, Leeches, Quacks, Surgeons, Sawbones, Apothecaries, Cunning Women Men, Midwives, Toothdrawers (Kindhearts), Bonesetters, Horse gelders, Bloodletters (Phlebotamists), Herbalists, Stillroom Mistresses etc). To swop good ideas, exchange equipment, names of manufacturers and to share research and sources. .
Open to living historians and re-enactors and those who are interested in medicine. We now have more than 300 members worldwide.

Not SCA and Not 21C Medical but all are welcome.

The group has organised a number of multi-period medical events generally out of the main season when members join their own period groups

Some members will give talks for a fee to museums, schools and other events.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Chirurgeons/

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We have just passed our 10th annversary.

350 members or so worldwide. All periods and all medical "professions".

lots of links and files so you research is half done for you.

every group should have some form of medical knowledge even if its only a few herbs for the "Cunning man"/"Wise Woman".

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Chirurgeons/

click on join this group and answer the entry questionnaire.
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Looks interesting Dave.. I have always fancied myself as a budding barber surgeon but will be too busy with the falconry and blacksmithing this season..But i will take a look if you want 351 members... :D

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