Giovanni Filippo Ingrassia or Ioannis Philippi Ingrassiae (–) was an Italian physician, student of Vesalius, professor at the University of Naples, Protomedicus of Sicily and a major figure in the history of medicine and human anatomy.
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Medieval Inquisition: an inquisition established by the Church in the 13th century aimed at rooting out heresies, sometimes called the Papal Inquisition. Established by Pope Gregory IX. Inquisitors mainly chosen from the Dominican Order and the Franciscan Order, both investigators and judges.
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