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Título alternativo: History of Pharmacy Museums in Turkey
Author: Mat, Afife
Date: 2007
Published in: 38th International Congress for the History of Pharmacy, Sevilla September 19-22 2007
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: The first pharmacy in Đstanbul was set up in 1757, named “Pharmacy with two Gates”. European style pharmacies mostly appeared in the second half of the 19th Century, and their number reached to 300 at the end of the century. Pierre Apéry, Adolphe Matcovitch, Francesco and Giorgio Della Suda, Antoine Calleya, Noel and François Canzuch, Jean César Reboul, Hamdi Bey, Pertev Bey, Beşir Kemal Bey were among the most famous pharmacists of Đstanbul at that time. About fifteen of these pharmacies are still open, only one of them, however, conserves its authenticity. Today, the artifacts and materials remained from these pharmacies like pots, flasks, balances, mortars and their furniture are conserved in different museums and personal collections. The first history of pharmacy museum was established by Prof. Dr. Turhan Baytop in 1960 in the Faculty of Pharmacy at Istanbul University. Since 1980s other museums have been established in some faculties of pharmacy and pharmaceutical companies.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/39981

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