Monthly Archives: June 2014

Popular Veterinary Medicine in the Middle Ages : in French Picardy and Artois

par Didier Boussarie, Docteur vétérinaire, Adel. didier.boussarie@wanadoo.fr Reminder of the various influences that shaped the veterinary medicine of the Middle Ages and origin of the worship devoted to the saintly livestock healers and protectors in Picardy, Flanders anr Artois during … Continue reading

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Equids in World War I

par Roland Bruneau, Adel. rolandbruneau@club-internet.fr Description of the role of horses, mules and donkeys of the French Army is reported during World War I. The types and number of animals to be purchased, requisitioned or imported and subsequently trained are … Continue reading

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French veterinarians in politics

par Jean-Charles Poux, Docteur vétérinaire, sous la direction de Christophe Degueurce, Professeur, conservateur du Musée Fragonard, Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d’Alfort Description of the methodology used to obtain relevant information (data base, limits of the investigation), study and analysis of the … Continue reading

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