ff. 490V from the Trilingual Compendium of Texts (England, 14th c). Reproduced by kind permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library Jessica Wright, Brain and Soul in Late Antiquity, (Ph.D. Classics, Princeton University, 2016).In the late fourth century CE, the Greco-Syrian bishop Nemesius of Emesa described what was to become the earliest surviving account of…

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