Trotula is a name referring to a group of three texts on women's medicine, the Trotula, that were composed in the southern Italian port town of Salerno in the 12th century. The name derives from a historic female figure, Trota of Salerno, a physician and medical writer who was associated with one of the three texts. However, "Trotula" came to be understood as a real person in the Middle Ages and because the so-called Trotula texts circulated widely throughout medieval Europe, from Spain to Poland, and Sicily to Ireland, "Trotula" has historic importance in "her" own right.

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  • Trotula is a name referring to a group of three texts on women's medicine, the Trotula, that were composed in the southern Italian port town of Salerno in the 12th century. The name derives from a historic female figure, Trota of Salerno, a physician and medical writer who was associated with one of the three texts. However, "Trotula" came to be understood as a real person in the Middle Ages and because the so-called Trotula texts circulated widely throughout medieval Europe, from Spain to Poland, and Sicily to Ireland, "Trotula" has historic importance in "her" own right. (en)
  • Trotula ist der Name einer medizinischen Sammelschrift aus dem 12. Jahrhundert, die bis ins 15. Jahrhundert (in Deutschland und England bis ins 16. Jahrhundert) im Bereich der Frauenheilkunde zu den Standardwerken der Medizin zählte. Mindestens eine der drei enthaltenen Schriften geht auf Trota oder Trocta zurück, die im frühen 12. Jahrhundert in der Schule von Salerno praktizierte und lehrte. (de)
  • トロトゥーラ または サルレノのトロトゥーラまたはトロトゥーラ・デ・ルッジエーロ(Trottula、Trotula de Ruggiero 名は Trotta、 Trocta、Troctula )は、11世紀のサレルノ医学校の女性の医師である。妊娠、出産、産褥、新生児の介護と食餌などについての多くの教示が含まれる『女性の病気』 (De passionibus mulierum curandarum, Trotula Major)の著者とされる。この書物は15世紀まで教科書として広く用いられた。 (ja)
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  • Trotula is a name referring to a group of three texts on women's medicine, the Trotula, that were composed in the southern Italian port town of Salerno in the 12th century. The name derives from a historic female figure, Trota of Salerno, a physician and medical writer who was associated with one of the three texts. However, "Trotula" came to be understood as a real person in the Middle Ages and because the so-called Trotula texts circulated widely throughout medieval Europe, from Spain to Poland, and Sicily to Ireland, "Trotula" has historic importance in "her" own right. (en)
  • Trotula ist der Name einer medizinischen Sammelschrift aus dem 12. Jahrhundert, die bis ins 15. Jahrhundert (in Deutschland und England bis ins 16. Jahrhundert) im Bereich der Frauenheilkunde zu den Standardwerken der Medizin zählte. Mindestens eine der drei enthaltenen Schriften geht auf Trota oder Trocta zurück, die im frühen 12. Jahrhundert in der Schule von Salerno praktizierte und lehrte. (de)
  • トロトゥーラ または サルレノのトロトゥーラまたはトロトゥーラ・デ・ルッジエーロ(Trottula、Trotula de Ruggiero 名は Trotta、 Trocta、Troctula )は、11世紀のサレルノ医学校の女性の医師である。妊娠、出産、産褥、新生児の介護と食餌などについての多くの教示が含まれる『女性の病気』 (De passionibus mulierum curandarum, Trotula Major)の著者とされる。この書物は15世紀まで教科書として広く用いられた。 (ja)
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  • Trotula (en)
  • Trotula (de)
  • トロトゥーラ (ja)
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