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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as Serpentarius, 1, or Ophiuchus.

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  • Ophiuchus, Greek for 'serpent-bearer,' is a large constellation that falls along the celestial equator, and falls between Aquila, Serpens, and Hercules in the northwest center of the Milky Way.

    What Is Ophiuchus?

  • Ophiuchus, Greek for serpent-bearer, is a large constellation that falls...

    What Is Ophiuchus?

  • Ophiuchus, Greek for 'serpent-bearer,' is a large constellation that falls along the celestial equator, and falls between Aquila, Serpens, and Hercules in the northwest center of the Milky Way.

    What Is Ophiuchus?

  • Ophiuchus, Greek for 'serpent-bearer,' is a large constellation that falls...

    What Is Ophiuchus?

  • And here, again, some imagine that a sculptured representation of these imagined figures in the heavens may have been interpreted and expanded into the narrative of a contest between the man and the old serpent the dragon, Ophiuchus the serpent-bearer being supposed to typify the eventual defeat of the dragon.

    Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

  • Ophiuchus, Greek for 'serpent-bearer,' is a large constellation that falls...

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  • The name, "serpent-bearer," refers to the Rod of Asclepius, which was entwined with a single serpent, and became a universal symbol for physicians.

    American Chronicle

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