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Antiques achievments in medicine
 
Project of School of Midwifery Zagreb
 

    ASSOCIATES SCHOOLS:  1. School of Midwifery Zagreb
2. Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, Zagreb
 
Date:  December 19, 2012.
Amended September 18, 2013
 
  Managers:  1. Konstantina Božak (konstantina.bozak@skole.hr)
2. Irena Marija Vojvodić (irena-marija.vojvodic@zg.t-com.hr)
 
Coordinators:  1. Konstantina Božak (konstantina.bozak@skole.hr)
2. Jakica Lovrić (jakicalovric@yahoo.com)
 
STUDENTS:  1. Sanja Babojelić, School Of Midwifery, Zagreb
2. Martina Šebalj, School Of Midwifery, Zagreb
3. Marina Katušin, School Of Midwifery, Zagreb
3. Katarina Jambrošić, Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, Zagreb
4. Daniela Bošnjak, Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, Zagreb
 
Target Group: 

Fourth class pupils

Objectives of the project: 
Get acquainted with achievments in antique medicine (Rome and Greek)
 
Tasks: 
Investigate about ancient medicaments, their authors (including translating exercise from Latin), drawing ancient surgery instruments and reading about ancient medicine operations. Visit the operating room in Zagreb, ancient archaeological sites and the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.
 
Place of implementation:  Zagreb, Varaždinske Toplice, Ludbreg, Tuhelj.
 
Time:   
(phases)  

 
1. Investigaton of acquired material till April
2.Teaching in the field, excursions – April, May, September 2013.
3. Workshops – May, September, October 2013.
4. Making common PowerPoint presentation till 15/10/2013.

 
Expected results:  Realized exchange of students between schools, several workshops and field classes and excursions, and at the end of a joint presentation.
 
Risk Factors:  Limited source of money. We need a sponsor  J

    
43 exchange - Workshop "Roman Medicine" (October 5, 2013.)  43 exchange - Workshop "Roman Medicine" (October 5, 2013.) Minimize

 

The sixth students exchange: the workshop "The Roman medicine " in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb

(Zagreb, October 5, 2013)
 

   On Saturday, October 10, 2013 pupils female from School Of Midwifery Zagreb and Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association Zagreb were at the workshop "The Roman medicine" in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. Students were taught elementary school children about Roman medicine through several topics: herbs antiquity and preparing drinks, workshops with surgical instruments from antiquity, treating gladiators, and have produced posters of military hospitals, doctors and Roman introduction to medicine. Many visitors are thought to be working on the female students of archeology, and were astonished when we say that these are high schools. We visited a number of families, parents with children, journalists and archaeologists. We received many compliments. We were dressed as ancient girls, and we adjust the hairstyles that period.
   New workshops will be held after the "Day E -medica 2013", on Saturday, November 11, 2013. This is a unique example till now on E- medica that project will be completed by the workshop after The "Days of E –medica 2013" in Terme Tuhelj.

Author: Konstantina Božak

   

  
Workshop "Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent Beauty" (September 17, 2013)  Workshop "Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent Beauty" (September 17, 2013) Minimize

 
Workshop "Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent beauty"

(Zagreb, September 17, 2013)
 

   Fifth exchange students of the School Of Midwifery and Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association on the "Antiques achievments in medicine" at the workshop "The Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent beauty".

   On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, students of Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association and Schools Of midwifery, Zagreb, with their mentors Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak were at the workshop "The Roman medicine" (Attachment 1) in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. Dr. archeology PhD Ivana Ožanić Roguljić sent them in an interactive lecture on Roman medicine and shared tasks. Many Saturdays a few girls will teach fifth grade elementary school on Roman medicine through several workshops. The main objective of the program is to transfer knowledge. This program will allow students of secondary schools to transfer their knowledge to a wider audience and so in an informal way to determine their knowledge and gain the ability better understanding of a historical period. We studied ancient surgical instruments, we could have them and feel.
   Finally we visited the exhibition of glass "Transparent beauty" in the Archaeological Museum. Exhibition "transparent beauty" was organized on the occasion of Croatian accession to the European Union. In this, a very large project involved almost all Croatian museums and the main organizers of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, Mimar Museum and the Museum of Arts and Crafts. We have experienced the beauty of glass and watched the different types of glassware, and the most we spent on glass objects from ancient times.
   (Attachment 1) - Read more about the program, "Roman Medicine":
   At the Institute of Archaeology of the program has been developed to popularize science Roman daily life within which during September and October workshops "Roman medicine." The program includes two levels of high school and primary school. Institute for some time working with the Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association within which pupils optional "Ancient group" led by Professor Irena Marija Vojvodić. To reach out to Roman times, held lectures and workshops on the subject of Roman daily life. This fall, developed workshops on Roman medicine as part of the E - medica (Head-supervised Irena Maria Vojvodić, mentor Konstantina Božak) and will be held together with the students of Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association and School Of Midwifery who are on the " Antiques achievments in medicine " , in collaboration with the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. Description of the "Roman Medicine": The first part of the program is designed for students of Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association and School Of Midwifery to receive the program E-medica. Interactive lectures, the students will work with Dr. Ivana Ožanić Roguljić, MSc Konstantina Božak, prof. and Irena Marija Vojvodić, prof. obtain basic information about Roman medicine and design as knowledge transferred to others especially the fifth grade when a part of the history of children treated intensively Roman period. As part of its program E-medica run by Professor Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak, the students visited the surgical hall Clinical Hospital and met with modern medical instruments. Female students made drawings and photographs of these instruments and compare them with the Roman. The second part of the program is open to the public adjusted primary school children - especially the fifth grade, when a part of the history of children treated intensively period dealt with just archeology. Pupils involved in the program will pass on their knowledge to the public through interactive workshops in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.

Author: Konstantina Božak

     

  
Four exchange students and visiting surgical Hall (Zagreb, September 12, 2013)  Four exchange students and visiting surgical Hall (Zagreb, September 12, 2013) Minimize

 
Four exchange students and visiting surgical Hall

(Zagreb, September 12, 2013)
 

   Schoolgirls Danijela Bošnjak and Katarina Jambrošić and mentor Irena Marija Vojvodić from Public High School for Women – Sisters Of Charity Association were visiting the School Of Midwifery, Zagreb.
   In the areas of school mentor Konstantina Božak and pupils Sanja Babojelić, Marina Katušin and Martina Šebalj welcomed the guests. We agreed on the final steps in the "Ancient achievements in medicine".
    After lunch we visited University Hospital "Sisters of Mercy", a surgical department. We were in the operating room monitor the operation live, and then the nurse showed us the modern surgical instruments. We have make photos, and we will later compare with antique operating instruments.
   Announcing the exchanges (and after 15.10.2013.) so hopefully it will not be a problem with their revelations. Our pupils will be tutored on Roman medicine elementary school students through a number of workshops.

Author: Konstantina Božak

     

  
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Visit the Archaeological Museum and the site of Narona (Vid)
 

   On Thursday, May 30, 2013 Konstantina Božak, mentor on the project "Antiques achievments in medicine", visited the Archaeological Museum and the site Narona (Vid) next Metkovic. Due to limited financial resources mentor's travel and accommodation paid for at their own expense, so she traveled without a schoolgirl.
   Neretva Delta is unique because of its buoyancy throughout the year and for larger vessels. It is therefore not surprising that Narona founded as a Greek emporium, probably in the fifth century BC. Greek written source (Pseudo Skilak,, work Peripl) testifies to the existence of Narona in IV. century BC. Later, in the first century BC to the same place a Roman colony Narona forum. Narona was an important stronghold Roman general who moved out of it in the campaigns against the Illyrian tribes. The city was the administrative and judicial center of the wider region. The temple Augusteum built in honor of Augustus and his family, built on the forum in the first century BC. Year 1995. and 1996th were carried out excavations at the site Narona when a rest Augusteum and 16 monumental marble sculpture. On this same site was built in the Archaeological Museum "in situ" Narona, which opened in 2007. Inside the museum are the remains of the walls of the buildings that once belonged to the ancient Narona and its forum. On the upper terrace of the museum there is a lapidary with parts of an ancient temple architecture. Here the exposed and medical instruments and glassware (some are used for the preparation and storage of drugs, and some for cosmetics, household). The most interesting fact is that today excavated only 5% Narona. Great archaeological wealth still lies buried beneath the present day settlement Vid, probably winter baths (thermae hiemales) and public bathrooms (balnea), brought them to the preserved inscription.

Author:         
Konstantina Božak

   

  
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THIRD EXCHANGE STUDENT PROJECT "ANTIQUES ACHIEVMENTS IN MEDICINE"

   On Thursday, May 16, 2013, students in the School Of Midwifery led mentor Konstantina Božak visited the Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, Zagreb. This was our third exchange after Ludbreg and the Museum of the City of Zagreb. Mentor Irena Vojvodić who was our host prepared the ancient texts, we were translating with English, German and Latin in the Croatian language.
   After a detailed study of texts, followed by a drawing of ancient surgical instruments, and we are the chosen instruments of devising social stories related to their application. Then followed a debate between two groups of students. The topic was whether the Romans copied the Greeks in complete medical developments or had its own contribution.
   In the end, we agreed future ventures on the "Antiques achievments in medicine" for the fall. Students who participated were: Marina Katušin, Sanja Babojelić, Martina Šebalj, Katarina Jambrošić and Danijela Bošnjak..

Author:         
Konstantina Božak

   

  
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A visit to the City museum of Zagreb

 
   On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, the school girls from the project „Antiques achievments in medicine“ from Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association i School Of Midwifery, Zagreb, visited City museum of Zagreb together with their mentors Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak.This was our second exchange of pupils.
The exhibition „Me Jacobus apothecarius – from the small shop to industry“ speaks about the history of Zagreb pharmacy , from antique times to 20th Century. The author of the exhibition Marina Krapljanov has shown us the whole deposit of the museum and presented us all the exhibits
Antique MEDICUS was a physician and a pharmacist. These two activities were not separated all to the late Middle age. Among the objects of Roman pharmacy found on archeological site in Zagreb and its broader environment, findings from Sisak and those near the river Kupa were probably from the workshop for production of pharmaceutical and medical instruments. Series of instruments were used in medicine and for preparation of drugs / probes and spatulas…) The prepared drug was saved in little boxes for embalment and copper boxes. Traces oft the supstance have remained in them until today. So, it is possible to determine the chemical composition of particular antique drug. More about the theme you can learn on the presentation of the project on 7th Review "Days of E-medice 2013".

Konstantina Božak    
School For Midwifery Zagreb

   

  
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Excursion student and mentor on the project "Antiques achievments in medicine"
in Varaždin Thermal and Ludbreg

 
   On the 21st March 2013. school-girls from Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, Zagreb and School Of Midwifery, Zagreb, working on the project "Antiques achievments in medicine" visited with their mentors, professor Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak ancient sites in Varaždin Thermal and Ludbreg. First we visited the ancient baths Aquae Iasae I, finding thermal sulphurous waters, archaeological excavations of ancient sauna, swimming pool with hot and cold water, training ground for soldiers. We watched the original Roman frescoes are as well preserved as those of Pompeii. Later we visited the Heritage Museum where we watched statues and monuments with gratitude for healing. There is a student Marina Katušin
tried the original ancient Rome massage with almond oil and sand. We drank healing sulfur water and survive. At the end of the day we visited the ancient settlement Iovia in Ludbreg, which is only in the initial stage of excavation. And there, near is the center of the world, if you did not know ...
   From School of midwifery students who were on the trip are: Sanja Babojelić, Martina Šebalj and Marina Katušin. Students from the Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, Zagreb are: Danijela Bošnjak and Katarina Jambrošić.
 

Konstantina Božak     
School Of Midwifery, Zagreb

And what student Marina said about the trip:
   "Like last year, our School of midwifery is included in the E-medica under lidership professor Konstantina Božak. In this project, the three of us girls participating along with two girls from Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association, who are led by Professor Irena Marija Vojvodić.
   This year our theme of the ancient achievements in medicine, and we have done as part of his first trip in late March for the purpose of research on this topic. Our first trip consisted of a visit to the spa and the city of Varazdin and Ludbreg. Visiting this event a was a great honor and pleasure because we really learned a lot and found out thanks to the excellent guide. Varazdin spa are significant health, ritual, and cultural and economic center of the ancient Upper Pannonia. Archaeological site Aquae Iasae which is located in the city park Varaždin spa is one of the most valuable ancient archaeological sites in Croatia.
   Aquae Iasae are made up of thermal baths, shrines, and the square (forum). Our research was focused on ways that the Romans used the thermal water, mud, and what are the instruments used for medical purposes. We even for the purpose of detoxifying the body and we had a chance to try drinking thermal water. I must admit it is not very pleasant smell because it contains a high concentration of sulfur, but the taste is very similar to ordinary water. It is interesting that the temperature of the water at the source of the high 58 degrees Celsius, and the daily water capacity of two million liters.
   In the event we visited the local museum where we also heard a very interesting story from ancient times, to see (and some of us even try) massage with thermal oil, and fine sand that was used by the ancient Romans.
   After all the interesting information about antiques achievments in medicine, we visited the city Ludbreg where we heard the story about the miraculous event in which a priest serving mass doubted the word conversion of bread and wine into the very body and blood of Jesus. We have heard the legend that says that the Ludbreg is center of the world, so we had a chance to stop for a moment at the center of the world in the midst of the town square. Which is surrounded by tiles with descriptions of cities and their distance (km) from the center of the world.
   This was our first trip of the year with this project, and we hope not the last. We believe that much more interesting to learn and have the opportunity to see the issue of ancient achievements in medicine, and in the end that his useful work and have the opportunity to present in front of other students working on the project "E-medica".

Marina Katušin      
School Of Midwifery, Zagreb 


  
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