Through hearing holy sermons and books, she "ever increased in contemplation and holy meditation, but learnt through divine visits to her during and after "cursed thoughts" and "pain" that "every good thought is the speech of God". Though probably not insane, as earlier historians used to believe, he may have suffered from what modern psychologists would call a "personality disorder"" came upon a crowd harassing a "madman." Wealthy citizens, led by Lorenzo Salom, responded to a sermon calling for a hospital for the insane.The Hospital de Nuestra Doña Santa Maria de los Inocentes was founded later in the year and is still in operation.Ye gave him eyes, Nasatyas, Wonder-Workers, Physicians, that he saw with sight uninjured. (See Arabic translations of Galen, commentaries by Arab physicians, and sometimes the original Greek, were translated into Latin.These became the basis of medical education in the European universities that started in the late 1201 St Nicholas Hospital in Carlisle claims to have been treating lepers in 1201 - to have passed to the City as a (general) hospital in 1477 - Some local historians link this forward to the opening of a fever hospital in 1809 and the Cumberland Infirmary in 1828.See "In this city, there are many and very important pious and charitable initiatives.However, one very necessary one is lacking, that is, a hospital or house where the innocent and frenzied would be drawn together because many poor, innocent and frenzied people wander through this city., written about 1520 and published 1567 was called (English translation of title) "Diseases which lead to a Loss of Reason".The introduction makes it clear that these are not caused by spirits, but are natural diseases.
These things are known in the entire city of Valencia.
, "study of cave drawings" of "mesolithic people" and "A cave painting in Ariege, France" that "shows a strange being with human feet and hands and antlers who has been identified as a 'psychiatrist (witch doctor)', but it is not clear how this identification has been made.
are more conventional dates for the Rig-Veda's oral composition and transmission to writing.
The act brought to an end a century of "disaster, poverty, and failure." [But see below in the parish of Barking, near the Tower of London, as a hospital "for the poor priests and for the men and women in the sad city who suddenly fall into a frenzy and lose their memory, who were to reside there until cured; with an oratory to the said hospital to the invocation of the Blessed Virgin Mary".
See [later called the Stone House] which "a king" took objection to and had its lunatics removed to Bethlem - thus starting that hospital's connection with insanity.