Augustin Cabanès

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Dr. Augustin Cabanès
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Born 30 April 1862
Gourdon-en-Caorsin, France
Died 1928
Pen name Doctor Quercy
Occupation Doctor, Writer, Historian
Nationality French

Dr. Augustin Cabanès (30 April 1862 – 1928) was a French doctor, historian and author of numerous works of fiction and history. He was known for his books on historical medical mysteries.

He studied medicine in Bordeaux and Paris, defending his doctorate in 1889 with a thesis involving Hydrastis canadensis. As a physician, he was associated with the Préfecture de la Seine. In 1894, he founded Chronique médicale, a popular journal dealing with unpublished articles on the health of literary and historical figures.[1]

Partial list of works[edit]

  • Marat inconnu; l'homme privé, le médecin, le savant (1891)
  • Le cabinet secret de l'histoire, (1897), "Secret Cabinet of History Peeped into By a Doctor".
  • "Curious Bypaths of History: Being Medico-Historical Studies and Observations" (1898)
  • Balzac ignoré (1899)
  • Les Morts mysterieuses de l'histoire (1900)
  • Les indiscrétions de l'histoire (1900)
  • Mœurs intimes du passé (1900)
  • Les curiosités de la médecine (1900)
  • La névrose révolutionnaire (1906)
  • Au chevet de l'empereur (1924)
  • Les cinq sens (1926)
  • Dans les coulisses de l'histoire (1929).

References[edit]

  1. ^ La Tradition: revue générale des contes, légendes, chants, usages ... by International Society of Military Collectors

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