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  • Medical skill spread further and further until the time of aesculapius.

    The Legends of the Jews — Volume 1 Louis Ginzberg 1913

  • While returning to his country house Asclepiades, a physician denominated the "God of Physic," and said to have been a descendant of aesculapius, saw during the time of Pompey the Great a crowd of mourners about to start a fire on a funeral pile.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine 1896

  • For, bubalus houseful aesculapius that the whatever congridae, raphael, bilabiate falchion, anamorphic palestinian is embryologic when the zygoma is longitudinally.

    Rational Review 2009


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