Egyptian Empire

As humans evolve new things come out to light. New ideas and practices are brought up to help solve humanity problems. Medicine is one of the most important necessities in our world to be able to survive. Without it probably our species would have gone extinct. Today medicine is a very casual topic in which anyone can participate, use or discuss. But back in ancient Egypt the practice of medicine was not only considered part of the unknown, but was only practice by “artists”. These artists not only prescribed medicine, but also prayed and protected the sick from future diseases.   If one had to be ill in ancient times, the best place to do so would probably have been Egypt.
The first article introduces the art of medicine as a very popular technique not to only cure common colds, stomach aches, and any everyday symptom, but also mentions that surgery, herbal medicine, and even magic were used to cure the Egyptian populations. It was very common for these artists to be known as “priest-physicians”. They used not only their knowledge to help predict the diseases but they performed and used rituals, spells, incantations, talismans and amulets. These artists weren’t only involved in human practices; they also knew how to treat animals, prevention of plagues, inspection of sacrificial animals and even veterinary medicine. This article also mentions that surgery was a very common and successful practice. Bodies of amputees from as early as the Old and Middle Kingdoms have been found which display signs of healing. Prostheses which show signs of wear have also been discovered. While the reasons for these amputations are unknown and none of the surviving medical texts mention the possibility of, let alone reasons for amputation as a therapeutic treatment. Treatment was very conservative: if no remedy was known then only such steps were to be taken which would not endanger the patient.  
The second article also focuses in ancient Egyptian medicine, but...