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    I'm extremely confused right now. While my textbook/revision guide given by the school states that Aristotle originated the Theory of the Four Humours, while researching on the internet about it out of curiosity, many sources indicate that Hippocrates created it, not Aristotle.

    What is the right answer? This applies to AQA history students by the way
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    Hippocrates only developed on it, he didn't create it. But really he is the only one you need to know about when studying GCSE history
 
 
 

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