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Science, Medicine & the Bubonic Plague During the Elizabethan Era

By Jimmy, Nick, Dominick & Jake
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Jimmy Uthe

on 15 January 2013

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Transcript of Science, Medicine & the Bubonic Plague During the Elizabethan Era

The Copernicus Theory-

It said that the sun was in the center of the universe instead of the Earth. Kepler Discovered that the Orbits of the
Planets Around the Sun are Ellipses Science, Medicine & the Bubonic Plague During the Elizabethan Era by Jimmy, Nick, Dominick & Jake Perfected by Francis Bacon William Harvey Discovered the Circulation of Blood
and Founded Physiology Vesalius was the Founder of Human Anatomy Galileo improved the telescope and found evidence to support Copernicus' Theory. Spread through rats and an infected person's breath In the culture, surgeons were considered inferior to physicians. They were on the same level as barbers and they were only allowed to pull teeth and take blood.
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