Abella

Abella was a mid-14th century Roman physician who taught general medicine at the Salerno school of medicine. She lectured on standard medical practice, bile, and women's health and nature. She published two treatises: De atrabile (English: On Melancholia) and De natura seminis humani (English: On the Origin of Human Nature), which did not survive.

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