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Malta’s medical history dates back to the mid-14th century when the Santo Spirito Hospital in Rabat was known as the Ospidale di San Francesco, originally run by the Franciscan Third Order, and administered by the Mdina Universita from 1494 to 1496.
The well-documented early prescriptions included those for the morbo gallico or venereal diseases generally transmitted by illicit sex.
Some of them paraded as courtesans catering for the upper classes. It appears that those who were supposed to provide moral leadership and guidance – royalty, the nobility, the professionals, the feudal rulers, the knights and some of the clergy – were setting the worst possible examples.
It is with great conviction that I underline the fact that today’s edifying behaviour and religious commitment of the great majority of the clergy in Malta is undoubtedly a model of honesty and probity compared to the loose living prevalent in the late Middle Ages when adequate preparation for the priesthood did not exist, with the result that some priests flouted the vow of celibacy and kept concubines.
It has also been suggested that the prevalence of arranged or shotgun marriages may have necessitated other outlets for romantic love and marital infidelity.
The situation was not much better on the European mainland where squalor and misery and disease were a common occurrence.
The prevalence of illegitimacy is mostly discernible in the cities bordering the Grand Harbour, continued over succeeding generations, according to statistics published by Prof.
The situation was not much better in Vittoriosa where the Status Animarum, an important source of information for the social scientist, records that prostitutes inhabited a particular area of the old city.