On the frequency of bestiality, from one cause or another, in the East, see, e.g., Stern, Medizin und Geschlechtsleben in der Türkei, bd. ii, p. 219. For an example of the primitive confusion between the intercourse of women with animals and with men see, e.g., Boas, "Sagen aus British-Columbia," Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, heft V, p. 558.

See also H. Bekh and F. Spät, Anonymus Londinensis, Auszuge eines Unbekannten aus Aristoteles-Menons Handbuch der Medizin, Berlin, 1896. As we go to press there appears a preliminary account of the very remarkable Edwin Smith papyrus, see J. H. Breasted in Recueil d'études egyptologiques dédiées

Diet, exercise, massage and bathing were his great remedies, and his motto tuto, cito et jucunde has been the emulation of all physicians. How important a role he and his successors played until the time of Galen may be gathered from the learned lectures of Sir Clifford Allbutt on "Greek Medicine in Rome" and from Meyer-Steineg's "Theodorus Priscianus und die romische Medizin."

So far from imposing artificial restrictions upon the acquirement of knowledge by women, throw every facility in their way. Let our Faustinas, if they will, toil through the whole round of "Juristerei und Medizin, Und leider! auch Philosophie." Let us have "sweet girl graduates" by all means.

The sources of the anatomical knowledge of the Middle Ages are discussed in detail in the following works: R. R. von Töply, Studien zur Geschichte der Anatomie im Mittelalter, Vienna, 1898; K. Sudhoff, Tradition und Naturbeobachtung, Leipzig, 1907; and also numerous articles in the Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin und Naturwissenschaften; Charles Singer, 'A Study in Early Renaissance Anatomy', in Studies in the History and Method of Science, vol. i, Oxford, 1917.

Maspero: Life in Ancient Egypt and Assyria, London, 1891, p. 119. Maspero: Life in Ancient Egypt and Assyria, London, 1891, p. 118. W. Wreszinski: Die Medizin der alten Aegypter, Leipzig, J. C. Hinrichs, 1909-1912.

Recently, too, a little more information concerning the works of both men has become available from the Menon papyrus. K. F. H. Marx, Herophilus, ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Medizin, Karlsruhe, 1838. It has been found possible to reconstruct especially a treatise on anatomy by Herophilus with a considerable show of probability.

In 1857, a Dutch medical school was started in Yedo. Since the political upheaval in 1868, Japan has made rapid progress in scientific medicine, and its institutions and teachers are now among the best known in the world. See Y. Fujikawa, Geschichte der Medizin in Japan, Tokyo, 1911. OGRAIAE gentis decus! let us sing with Lucretius, one of the great interpreters of Greek thought.

So far from imposing artificial restrictions upon the acquirement of knowledge by women, throw every facility in their way. Let our Faustinas, if they will, toil through the whole round of "Juristerei und Medizin, Und leider! auch Philosophie." Let us have "sweet girl graduates" by all means.