Scipion Abeille

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Scipion Abeille (died 9 December 1697) was a French surgeon and poet.

Abeille was born at Riez, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, and was the brother of Gaspard Abeille. His most famous work was Histoire des Os ("Description of the Bones") which was published in 1685. He also wrote Le parfait chirurgien d'armée, le traité des playes d'arquebusade, le chapitre singulier tiré de Guidon, l'anatomie de la teste, Paris, 1696.

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