In 1621 the vice-protomedico of the Papal States was arrested while inspecting an apothecary's shop and charged with committing financial irregularities in the course of his duties. Giacomo Giacobelli had received his doctorate in 1598 and, in addition to being physician at St John Lateran in Rome, was serving for the third time as vice-protomedico. As Giacobelli told the judges of the Apostolic Chamber, his authority as vice-protomedico in the Papal States outside Rome was analogous to the protomedico's power within the city. © 1994, Cambridge University Press. All rights reserved.

ALL THAT PERTAINS TO MEDICINE - PROTOMEDICI AND PROTOMEDICATI IN EARLY-MODERN ITALY

Gentilcore D.
1994

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In 1621 the vice-protomedico of the Papal States was arrested while inspecting an apothecary's shop and charged with committing financial irregularities in the course of his duties. Giacomo Giacobelli had received his doctorate in 1598 and, in addition to being physician at St John Lateran in Rome, was serving for the third time as vice-protomedico. As Giacobelli told the judges of the Apostolic Chamber, his authority as vice-protomedico in the Papal States outside Rome was analogous to the protomedico's power within the city. © 1994, Cambridge University Press. All rights reserved.
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