Written by Alan V. Schmukler
Homeopathy Tips and Important News. This month, a postcard dedicated to homeopathy in an Italian town
To celebrate the Bicentenary of Homeopathy in Italy, the Republic of San Marino has made two stamp cancelling marks. The first to cancel the series of stamps, the second to remember the role of Melchiorre Delfico, promoter of Homeopathy. Melchiorre Delfico (1744-1835) philosopher and economist, was an authoritative member of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Naples who promoted the translation into Italian of Hahnemann’s works.
Also, the Italian Post Office has published a special postcard dedicated to the Bicentenary of Homeopathy in Italy. The postcard reproduces the portrait of Francesco Romani ( 1785-1852) , doctor of the Court of the Kingdom of Naples, who was the first Italian doctor to use homeopathy (1821).
Thanks to Paolo Negro, MD – Museum of Homeopathy, Rome, Italy