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Four Humours
· Blood ­ Spring ­ Air ­ Warm & Moist
· Yellow Bile ­ Summer ­ Fire ­ Warm & Dry
· Black Bile ­ Autumn ­ Earth ­ Cold & Dry
· Phlegm ­ Winter ­ Water ­ Cold & Moist
· The Greeks thought illness was caused by an
imbalance in humours e.g. In winter you
produce too much phlegm, so your body gets
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Effect of Roman Society on Brittan
· Realised that hygiene is linked to health.
· Government organised large scale projects.
· Built aqueducts to bring in clean water, and
built sewers to clear human waste.
· Built communal baths.…read more

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Hippocrates
· Greek physician who developed the theory of
the four humours.
· Developed the clinical observation approach
stating that all doctors should: study the
patients symptoms, compare symptoms with
previous cases, and then diagnose treatments
once predictions shown to be accurate.
· Emphasised exercise and dieting as
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Roman Ideas on Disease
· Supernatural reasons e.g. A curse sent by God.
· Bad air from places such as swamps.
· Imbalance in the 4 humours.
· Herbal remedies & bloodletting were the main
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Joe_Green123

Great, thank you!

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