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Stock Photo #4048-6026, Galen (131-201 A.D.), Greco-Roman physician administering a medicinal compound, and a woman rubbing the mixture on her arm. 20th century illustration by Robert Thom.
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Galen (131-201 A.D.), Greco-Roman physician administering a medicinal compound, and a woman rubbing the mixture on her arm. 2...
Galen (131-201 A.D.), Greco-Roman physician administering a medicinal compound, and a woman rubbing the mixture on her arm. 20th century illustration by Robert Thom.
Stock Photo #4048-6013, The three great ancient teachers of medicine: Galen (Roman), Avicenna (Persian), and Hippocrates (Greek). Woodcut from an early 15th century Latin language medical book.
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The three great ancient teachers of medicine: Galen (Roman), Avicenna (Persian), and Hippocrates (Greek). Woodcut from an ear...
The three great ancient teachers of medicine: Galen (Roman), Avicenna (Persian), and Hippocrates (Greek). Woodcut from an early 15th century Latin language medical book.
Stock Photo #4048-6189, George Papanicolaou (1883-1962), Greek-born American physician developed a simple cytological test for cervical cancer in 1928. It was named after him, and is best known for its abbreviated version, 'pap test.'
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George Papanicolaou (1883-1962), Greek-born American physician developed a simple cytological test for cervical cancer in 192...
George Papanicolaou (1883-1962), Greek-born American physician developed a simple cytological test for cervical cancer in 1928. It was named after him, and is best known for its abbreviated version, 'pap test.'
Stock Photo #4048-6170, Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a treatise on plants and their medicinal effects that served as authority for sixteen centuries.
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Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a tr...
Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a treatise on plants and their medicinal effects that served as authority for sixteen centuries.
Stock Photo #4409-47763, GREEK ART. Ruins of HESTIATORION built between the IV-III centuries BC. It was identified as gym but recent research is defined as a building of Asclepius, the god of medicine . Epidaurus. Region of the Peloponnese.
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GREEK ART. Ruins of HESTIATORION built between the IV-III centuries BC. It was identified as gym but recent research is defin...
GREEK ART. Ruins of HESTIATORION built between the IV-III centuries BC. It was identified as gym but recent research is defined as a building of Asclepius, the god of medicine . Epidaurus. Region of the Peloponnese.
Stock Photo #4048-6036, Hippocrates (460-375 BC), Greek physician. Engraving, ca. 1800.
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Hippocrates (460-375 BC), Greek physician. Engraving, ca. 1800.
Stock Photo #1895-43811, 'Hippocrates T 92', 1854-1858
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'Hippocrates T 92', 1854-1858
Stock Photo #4409-38479, Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain.
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Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain.
Stock Photo #4409-47491, ARTE ROMANO. ITALIA. ALTAR del TEMPLO DE ASCLEPIO. Vista general. POMPEYA. La Campania.
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ARTE ROMANO. ITALIA. ALTAR del TEMPLO DE ASCLEPIO. Vista general. POMPEYA. La Campania.
Stock Photo #4048-6016, Title page of Avicenna's, LIBER CANONIS TOTIUS MEDICINE (CANON OF MEDICINE), published in Paris in 1522. The systematic encyclopedia was based on Greek and Roman medicine with Avicenna's additions. Hippocrates, Galen and Avicenna art pictured at top.
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Title page of Avicenna's, LIBER CANONIS TOTIUS MEDICINE (CANON OF MEDICINE), published in Paris in 1522. The systematic encyc...
Title page of Avicenna's, LIBER CANONIS TOTIUS MEDICINE (CANON OF MEDICINE), published in Paris in 1522. The systematic encyclopedia was based on Greek and Roman medicine with Avicenna's additions. Hippocrates, Galen and Avicenna art pictured at top.
Stock Photo #4435-7407, Statue of Asklepios (god of medicine), 2nd c. A.D.. It comes from Cerro de San Alb’n (Merida). Roman art. Early Empire. Sculpture on marble. SPAIN. EXTREMADURA. BADAJOZ. MŽrida. National Museum of Roman Art.
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Statue of Asklepios (god of medicine), 2nd c. A.D.. It comes from Cerro de San Alb’n (Merida). Roman art. Early Empire. Sculp...
Statue of Asklepios (god of medicine), 2nd c. A.D.. It comes from Cerro de San Alb’n (Merida). Roman art. Early Empire. Sculpture on marble. SPAIN. EXTREMADURA. BADAJOZ. MŽrida. National Museum of Roman Art.
Stock Photo #4409-61763, ARTE GRIEGO. GRECIA. S. IV. ASCLEPIEION. Vista del templo reconstruido dedicado al culto al dios Asclepio (Esculapio), protector de la medicina. Fue construido a mediados del siglo IV a. C. ATENAS.
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ARTE GRIEGO. GRECIA. S. IV. ASCLEPIEION. Vista del templo reconstruido dedicado al culto al dios Asclepio (Esculapio), protec...
ARTE GRIEGO. GRECIA. S. IV. ASCLEPIEION. Vista del templo reconstruido dedicado al culto al dios Asclepio (Esculapio), protector de la medicina. Fue construido a mediados del siglo IV a. C. ATENAS.
Stock Photo #4409-43938, GREEK ART. REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA. Relief depicting the god Asclepius seated. Found in 1938 near the Hellenistic gate of Butrint. III-I centuries B.C. Ruins of Butrint Museum.
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GREEK ART. REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA. Relief depicting the god Asclepius seated. Found in 1938 near the Hellenistic gate of Butrint...
GREEK ART. REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA. Relief depicting the god Asclepius seated. Found in 1938 near the Hellenistic gate of Butrint. III-I centuries B.C. Ruins of Butrint Museum.
Stock Photo #4409-65556, Greek art. A gift for the god of healing. Macedonia. Asklepios. C. 420 B.C. Marble. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark.
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Greek art. A gift for the god of healing. Macedonia. Asklepios. C. 420 B.C. Marble. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denma...
Greek art. A gift for the god of healing. Macedonia. Asklepios. C. 420 B.C. Marble. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark.
Stock Photo #4175-108, 20% pensions old part time Pension pensions Retirement income Alterseinkuen
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Stock Photo #4048-6035, Hippocrates (460-375 BC). Engraving from a ancient gemstone. Ca. 1800 by J. Chapman.
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Hippocrates (460-375 BC). Engraving from a ancient gemstone. Ca. 1800 by J. Chapman.
Stock Photo #4435-11680, Dioscorides, Pedanius (40-c.70). Greek physician. He settled down the scientific grounds of the medicine. Distilling alcohol. Illustration from 'Tractatus de herbis', edition from 15th century of the work 'De Materia Medica' by Dioscorides. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. ITALY. EMILIA-ROMAGNA. Modena. Estense Library.
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Dioscorides, Pedanius (40-c.70). Greek physician. He settled down the scientific grounds of the medicine. Distilling alcohol....
Dioscorides, Pedanius (40-c.70). Greek physician. He settled down the scientific grounds of the medicine. Distilling alcohol. Illustration from 'Tractatus de herbis', edition from 15th century of the work 'De Materia Medica' by Dioscorides. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. ITALY. EMILIA-ROMAGNA. Modena. Estense Library.
Stock Photo #4048-6169, Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, studying plants while accompanying Roman armies during the time of Caesars. Illustration by Robert Thom, ca. 1950.
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Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, studying plants while accompanying Roman armies during th...
Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, studying plants while accompanying Roman armies during the time of Caesars. Illustration by Robert Thom, ca. 1950.
Stock Photo #1566-588377, Temple of Apollo ASKLEPEION GREECE KOS Guides at Temple and altar of Asklepios Temple of Apollo on second terrace
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Temple of Apollo ASKLEPEION GREECE KOS Guides at Temple and altar of Asklepios Temple of Apollo on second terrace
Stock Photo #4409-35910, Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Bust. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius that Scopas carved between 350-300 BC. Found in Mounichia, in the Sanctuary of Asclepius in Piraeus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
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Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Bust. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius ...
Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Bust. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius that Scopas carved between 350-300 BC. Found in Mounichia, in the Sanctuary of Asclepius in Piraeus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
Stock Photo #1788-32683, Anicia Juliana, miniature from De materia medica (On Medical Matters), Greek manuscript (parchment), 6th Century.
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Anicia Juliana, miniature from De materia medica (On Medical Matters), Greek manuscript (parchment), 6th Century.
Stock Photo #4409-41001, Albania. Butrint. Temple of Asklepios, constructed in the 3rd century BC, and rebuilt in the 2nd century BC.
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Albania. Butrint. Temple of Asklepios, constructed in the 3rd century BC, and rebuilt in the 2nd century BC.
Stock Photo #4409-36237, Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci., 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe.
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Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci., 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Nea...
Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci., 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe.
Stock Photo #4048-6027, Galen (131-201 A.D.), Greek born Roman physician, was the authority on European medieval medical practice. His theory of the four humors linked medicine to astrology. Lithography by Pierre Vigneron, Paris, ca. 1865.
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Galen (131-201 A.D.), Greek born Roman physician, was the authority on European medieval medical practice. His theory of the ...
Galen (131-201 A.D.), Greek born Roman physician, was the authority on European medieval medical practice. His theory of the four humors linked medicine to astrology. Lithography by Pierre Vigneron, Paris, ca. 1865.
Stock Photo #4435-7685, CURTIUS, Rufus Quintus (1st century). The history of Alexander the Great. 1461 - 1468. Dissection of Alexander's body. Ilustration of the french edici—n of the original of the 1st century b.c. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. FRANCE. CHAMPAGNE-ARDENNE. MARNE. Reims. Biblioth�que Municipale (Municipal Library).
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CURTIUS, Rufus Quintus (1st century). The history of Alexander the Great. 1461 - 1468. Dissection of Alexander's body. Ilustr...
CURTIUS, Rufus Quintus (1st century). The history of Alexander the Great. 1461 - 1468. Dissection of Alexander's body. Ilustration of the french edici—n of the original of the 1st century b.c. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. FRANCE. CHAMPAGNE-ARDENNE. MARNE. Reims. Biblioth�que Municipale (Municipal Library).
Stock Photo #4048-6008, Aesculapius, Greek god of medicine with wearing Grecian robes, and holding a staff with coiled serpent. Homer mentions him as a skillful physician in the ILIAD. By the 6th century B.C. he had become a Greek god, and his cult spread to Rome in the 3rd century B.C.
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Aesculapius, Greek god of medicine with wearing Grecian robes, and holding a staff with coiled serpent. Homer mentions him as...
Aesculapius, Greek god of medicine with wearing Grecian robes, and holding a staff with coiled serpent. Homer mentions him as a skillful physician in the ILIAD. By the 6th century B.C. he had become a Greek god, and his cult spread to Rome in the 3rd century B.C.
Stock Photo #4069-4516, Herba Gentiana (gentian), from 15th century French manuscript of De Diversis Herbis by Pedanius Dioscorides, 1st century Greek physician
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Herba Gentiana (gentian), from 15th century French manuscript of De Diversis Herbis by Pedanius Dioscorides, 1st century Gree...
Herba Gentiana (gentian), from 15th century French manuscript of De Diversis Herbis by Pedanius Dioscorides, 1st century Greek physician
Stock Photo #1895-39501, John Gerarde's herbal, 1633.
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John Gerarde's herbal, 1633.
Stock Photo #4048-6032, Hippocrates (on right) and Galen. Where Hippocrates touches the rosebush it flowers, whereas Galen's side is nothing but thorns. By the 17th century, the more empirically oriented Hippocrates was regarded as superior to the more theoretical Galen. Engraving from a 1677 German print in DE MORBO ATTONITO LIBER UNUS, by Justus Cortnumm.
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Hippocrates (on right) and Galen. Where Hippocrates touches the rosebush it flowers, whereas Galen's side is nothing but thor...
Hippocrates (on right) and Galen. Where Hippocrates touches the rosebush it flowers, whereas Galen's side is nothing but thorns. By the 17th century, the more empirically oriented Hippocrates was regarded as superior to the more theoretical Galen. Engraving from a 1677 German print in DE MORBO ATTONITO LIBER UNUS, by Justus Cortnumm.
Stock Photo #4409-47296, Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci, 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe.
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Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci, 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neap...
Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci, 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe.
Stock Photo #4048-6033, Hippocrates (460-375 BC). Engraving after an ancient sculpture. By P. Pontius, 17th century French school.
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Hippocrates (460-375 BC). Engraving after an ancient sculpture. By P. Pontius, 17th century French school.
Stock Photo #4409-46927, Albania. Butrint. Temple of Asklepios, constructed in the 3rd century BC, and rebuilt in the 2nd century BC.
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Albania. Butrint. Temple of Asklepios, constructed in the 3rd century BC, and rebuilt in the 2nd century BC.
Stock Photo #4409-39472, Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain.
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Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain.
Stock Photo #4409-49177, Albania. Butrint. Temple of Asklepios, constructed in the 3rd century BC, and rebuilt in the 2nd century BC.
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Albania. Butrint. Temple of Asklepios, constructed in the 3rd century BC, and rebuilt in the 2nd century BC.
Stock Photo #4409-40639, Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci., 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe.
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Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci., 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Nea...
Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci., 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe.
Stock Photo #1566-588376, Temple of Apollo ASKLEPEION GREECE KOS Temple and altar of Asklepios Temple of Apollo on second terrace
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Temple of Apollo ASKLEPEION GREECE KOS Temple and altar of Asklepios Temple of Apollo on second terrace
Stock Photo #1746-646, Hippocrates of Cos (c460-377 or 359 BC) Ancient Greek physician called "the father of medicine". Portrait bust. Louvre, Paris
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Hippocrates of Cos (c460-377 or 359 BC) Ancient Greek physician called "the father of medicine". Portrait bust. Louvre, Paris
Stock Photo #4409-44749, Hippocrates of Cos (ca. 460-370 BC). Ancient Greek physician. He is referred to as the father of Western medicine. Founder of the Hippocratic School of medicine.
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Hippocrates of Cos (ca. 460-370 BC). Ancient Greek physician. He is referred to as the father of Western medicine. Founder of...
Hippocrates of Cos (ca. 460-370 BC). Ancient Greek physician. He is referred to as the father of Western medicine. Founder of the Hippocratic School of medicine.
Stock Photo #4409-35507, Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain.
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Emporium. 570 BC. Asclepius, god of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain.
Stock Photo #4409-96817, ARTE GRIEGO. EPOCA CLASICA. GRECIA. Cabeza perteneciente a la estatua de Esculapio, dios de la medicina (El Asplepio griego). Copia romana de un original griego del 420 a. C. Glyptothek. Munich. Alemania. Europa.
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ARTE GRIEGO. EPOCA CLASICA. GRECIA. Cabeza perteneciente a la estatua de Esculapio, dios de la medicina (El Asplepio griego)....
ARTE GRIEGO. EPOCA CLASICA. GRECIA. Cabeza perteneciente a la estatua de Esculapio, dios de la medicina (El Asplepio griego). Copia romana de un original griego del 420 a. C. Glyptothek. Munich. Alemania. Europa.
Stock Photo #1566-932505, L´ Escala Museum of Ampuries ruins Original sculpture of Asklepiós, God of the medicine Costa Brava Girona province Catalonia Spain
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L´ Escala Museum of Ampuries ruins Original sculpture of Asklepiós, God of the medicine Costa Brava Girona province Catalonia...
L´ Escala Museum of Ampuries ruins Original sculpture of Asklepiós, God of the medicine Costa Brava Girona province Catalonia Spain
Stock Photo #4220-3946, Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus (known as Galen of Pergamon), Greek physician and philosopher active in Rome.
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Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus (known as Galen of Pergamon), Greek physician and philosopher active in Rome.
Stock Photo #4409-35445, Greek Art. Statue of Asclepius God of Medicine. Museum of Epidaurus. Region of the Peloponnese. Greece.
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Greek Art. Statue of Asclepius God of Medicine. Museum of Epidaurus. Region of the Peloponnese. Greece.
Stock Photo #4069-4515, Garlic (allium), from 15th century French manuscript of De Diversis Herbis by Pedanius Dioscorides, 1st century Greek physician
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Garlic (allium), from 15th century French manuscript of De Diversis Herbis by Pedanius Dioscorides, 1st century Greek physici...
Garlic (allium), from 15th century French manuscript of De Diversis Herbis by Pedanius Dioscorides, 1st century Greek physician
Stock Photo #4048-5977, European portrait of Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Zakariy Razi (known in Europe as Rhazes or Rasis),(865-925). The Persian scholar and physician is considered one of the greatest physicians of the Islamic world. He holds his KITAB AL-HAWI, (Comprehensive Book), which synthesized his the medical knowledge of the Greeks, Syrians, Arabs, and Indians. 1493 German woodcut.
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European portrait of Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Zakariy Razi (known in Europe as Rhazes or Rasis),(865-925). The Persian scholar a...
European portrait of Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Zakariy Razi (known in Europe as Rhazes or Rasis),(865-925). The Persian scholar and physician is considered one of the greatest physicians of the Islamic world. He holds his KITAB AL-HAWI, (Comprehensive Book), which synthesized his the medical knowledge of the Greeks, Syrians, Arabs, and Indians. 1493 German woodcut.
Stock Photo #4048-6025, Pharmacy scene from the title page of a Latin version of Galen's RECETARIO DE GALIENO, published in Venice in 1518.
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Pharmacy scene from the title page of a Latin version of Galen's RECETARIO DE GALIENO, published in Venice in 1518.
Stock Photo #4409-53524, Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius that Scopas carved between 350-300 BC. Found in Mounichia, in the Sanctuary of Asclepius in Piraeus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
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Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius that S...
Greek Art. Greece. Bust of Asclepius. Pentelic marble. Copy of the 2nd century BCE. Replica of the statue of Asclepius that Scopas carved between 350-300 BC. Found in Mounichia, in the Sanctuary of Asclepius in Piraeus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
Stock Photo #463-7353, History of Medicine Greek Art
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History of Medicine Greek Art
Stock Photo #1701R-23605, Athens, Greece
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Athens, Greece
Stock Photo #4048-6034, Hippocrates (460-375 BC). 20th century lithograph by Julius Schledorn.
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Hippocrates (460-375 BC). 20th century lithograph by Julius Schledorn.
Stock Photo #4409-44093, Aesculapius. Marble sculpture. Third century BC. Archaeological Museum of Barcelona. Catalonia.
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Aesculapius. Marble sculpture. Third century BC. Archaeological Museum of Barcelona. Catalonia.
Stock Photo #1566-1212608, The snake on a staff - symbol of Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine Ephesus Archaeological Site, Izmir province, Turkey
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The snake on a staff - symbol of Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine Ephesus Archaeological Site, Izmir province, Turkey
Stock Photo #4409-46621, Statue of Telesphorus (3rd century) depicted as a child. Pentelic marble. From the Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
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Statue of Telesphorus (3rd century) depicted as a child. Pentelic marble. From the Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. Natio...
Statue of Telesphorus (3rd century) depicted as a child. Pentelic marble. From the Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
Stock Photo #4409-46216, Greek Art. 5th-4th centuries BCE. Greece. Votive relief in pentelic marble depicting Asclepius with his sons Machaon and Podaleirios and his daughters Iaso, Aceso and Panacea. At left, a family of worshipers carrying a pig to sacrifice. In the background, her maids with a basket covered with clothing. Probably comes from Loukou (Acadia) and is dated between 400-350 BC National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
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Greek Art. 5th-4th centuries BCE. Greece. Votive relief in pentelic marble depicting Asclepius with his sons Machaon and Poda...
Greek Art. 5th-4th centuries BCE. Greece. Votive relief in pentelic marble depicting Asclepius with his sons Machaon and Podaleirios and his daughters Iaso, Aceso and Panacea. At left, a family of worshipers carrying a pig to sacrifice. In the background, her maids with a basket covered with clothing. Probably comes from Loukou (Acadia) and is dated between 400-350 BC National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece.
Stock Photo #4409-36330, Minerva (Greek Athena). Goddess of War, Wisdom, Law and Agriculture. Seated statue of Minerva. Found in thr Piazza Dell'Emporio. Augustan Age. Palazzo Massimo. National Roman Museum. Rome. Italy.
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Minerva (Greek Athena). Goddess of War, Wisdom, Law and Agriculture. Seated statue of Minerva. Found in thr Piazza Dell'Empor...
Minerva (Greek Athena). Goddess of War, Wisdom, Law and Agriculture. Seated statue of Minerva. Found in thr Piazza Dell'Emporio. Augustan Age. Palazzo Massimo. National Roman Museum. Rome. Italy.

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