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" Lycurgus," says Dr. Gairdner, "are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary matters ; and the importance attached by all the Greek republics, and in the Platonic ideal polity, to physical culture, is too well known to require remark. "
Public health reports (1881). v. 38 pt. 1 no. 1-26, 1923 - Side 728
1923
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Report, Volum 1

Connecticut. State Dept. of Health - 1879
...recognition of the same laws by the Romans. The laws of Lycurgus, says Dr. Gairdner, are not wanting in many very pointed enactments on sanitary matters ; and...importance attached by all the Greek republics and in the ideal Platonic polity, to physical culture, is well known. Thus the Jews, the Greeks, and the Romans,...
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The Sanitarian, Volum 21

1888
...their religious duties, were far from neglecting it. " The laws of Lycurgus," says Dr. Gairdner, " are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary...the importance attached by all the Greek republics to physical culture is too well known to require remark." The Romans, in their early history, found...
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The American Practitioner, Volumer 5-6

1888
...their religious duties, were far from neglecting it. " The laws of Lycurgus," says Dr. Gairdner, " are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary...the importance attached by all the Greek republics to physical culture is too well known to require remark." The Romans, in their early history, found...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Health and Vital Statistics of ..., Volum 5

Pennsylvania. State Board of Health and Vital Statistics - 1891
...part of their religious duties, were far from neglecting it. The Laws of Lycurgus, says Dr. Gairdner, are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary...importance attached by all the Greek republics, and in the Plutonic ideal polity, to physical culture, is too well known to require remark. The Roman people,...
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Transactions, Volum 2

Kentucky Medical Association - 1893
...their religious duties, were far from neglecting it. " The laws of Lycurgus," says Dr. Gairdner, " are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary matters ; and the importance attached by all Greek republics to physical culture is too well known to require remark." The Romans appointed physicians...
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Transactions of the ... annual meeting, the American Academy of ..., Volum 2

1896
...part of their religion — were far from neglecting it. The laws of Lycurgus, says Dr. Gairdner, " are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary matters; and the importance attached by the Greek Republic, and in the Platonic polity, to physical culture is too well known to require remark."...
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The Columbian Cyclopedia, Volum 26

1897
...of their religious duties, were far from neglecting it. ' The Laws of Lycurgus,' says Dr Gairduer, 'are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary...to physical culture, is too well known to require remark. The Roman people, poor and apparently rude as it was in its origin, yet found time, amid its...
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The Standard American Encyclopedia of Arts, Sciences, History ..., Volum 6

John Clark Ridpath - 1897
...although not, like the Jews, making hygiene a part of their religious duties, were fur from neglecting it. The importance attached by all the Greek republics,...the Platonic ideal polity, to physical culture is well kuown. The Roman people, poor and apparently rude as it was in its origin, found time amidst its...
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The Early Sociology of Health and Illness: Public health in relation to air ...

Kevin White, Sir William Tennant Gairdner - 2001 - 384 sider
...if not from a religious motive, at least as the raw material of military power. The laws of Lycurgus are not wanting in very pointed enactments on sanitary...Platonic ideal polity, to physical culture, is too * 1 Corinthians, v. 13-2Q. well known to require remark. The Roman people, poor and apparently rude...
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The Annals of Hygiene, Volum 4

Joseph F. Edwards - 1889
...part of their religious duties, were far from neglecting it. The Laws of Lycurgus, says Dr. Gairdner, are not wanting in very pointed enactments on Sanitary...to physical culture, is too well known to require remark. The Roman people, poor and apparently rude as it was in its origin, yet found time amidst its...
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