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Making Medicines in Early Colonial Lima, Peru

Apothecaries, Science and Society

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Making Medicines in Early Colonial Lima examines how apothecaries in Lima were trained, ran their businesses, traded medicinal products and prepared medicines; thereby throwing light on the relationship between medicine and empire, and the development of early modern science.

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