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dc.contributor.authorSá, Isabel dos Guimarãespor
dc.identifier.citationSá, Isabel dos Guimarães. 2020. "Among old things and non-European products: The Royal Hospital’s material culture in the 16th century". In All Saints Royal Hospital: Lisbon and Public Health, editado por Alberto, Edite Martins. Lisboa, Portugal: Câmara Municipal / Santa Casa da Misericórdia, p. 573-579por
dc.description.abstract[Excerpt] This was the rhetoric style used by of one of All Saints Hospital's first prondor [purveyor] to characterize treatment of its patients. flowever, this was not far from the intentions of the founding kings: provide the poor -those who could not call a physician or surgeon to their home - with a space of healing marked by the abundance of food, the quality and hygiene of its facilities, the availability of medical treatment, and the spiritual comfort of holy mass and sacraments. [...]por
dc.description.sponsorshipProjeto "HOSPITALIS - Arquitetura hospitalar em Portugal nos alvores da Modernidade: identificação, caraterização e contextualização" (PTDC/ART-HIS/30808/2017) VICARTE- NOVA FCT.por
dc.publisherCâmara Municipal de Lisboapor
dc.publisherSanta Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa-
dc.subjectMaterial culturepor
dc.subjectSixteenth Centurypor
dc.subjectAll Saints hospital, Lisbonpor
dc.titleAmong old things and non-European products: The Royal Hospital’s material culture in the 16th centurypor
dc.subject.fosHumanidades::História e Arqueologiapor
sdum.bookTitleAll Saints Royal Hospital: Lisbon and Public Healthpor
dc.subject.odsEducação de qualidadepor
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