1519, Nov 221585, Oct 19
a German humanist and court physician to three Holy Roman emperors. In 1550 Crato returned to his hometown Breslau where he was named the second town physician. Although his fame as a physician was spreading almost across Germany, the reigning city council leader Hans Morenberger removed him from his post as physician to the poor because Crato was suspected of being a Calvinist. Crato and court surgeon Peter Suma, performed the first autopsy documented in writing on October 13, 1576 in Regensburg on the deceased Emperor Maximilian II.
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