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Arnaud de Villeneuve

Portrait of Arnaldus de Villanova The famous scholastic scholar and scholar Arnaldus de Villanova, also from Spain, also known as Arnaud de Villeneuve or Arnold von Villanova (1240-1311), taught as professor of medicine at the university Montpellier in today Languedoc (France). He was one of the most influential and important doctors of his time and stood as an alchemist in the reputation of a goldsmith. His medical services claimed popes such as Boniface VIII (1235-1303) and kings like Frederick II (1272-1337). When he traveled to Pope Clement V (around 1250-1314) on behalf of the latter, he died in a shipwreck. He dealt intensively with the medicinal properties of wine and its positive effect on the wine health, Its strong from the Greek doctor...

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