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- n. Plural form of theriac.
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The manufacture of The Leechbook of Bald (Rubin, 1975) is the most these theriacs took place in public, with much important piece of medical literature to have sur - pomp and ceremony. vived from the Saxon period.
Details of various theriacs, including taining no Lemnian earth, copper or bitumen and mithridatium and galene, were given in Galen's 14 fewer herbal ingredients.