medicine2 - thank-offerings, the god made him blind again....

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/10/11 More medical terminology Including two scans from Tamara M. Green, The Greek and Latin Roots of English
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1/10/11 Aelius Aristides (2nd c. CE), Sacred Discourses As I was traveling to the sanctuary and neared the island of Aegina, the god appeared and bade me not to worry too unduly. When I reached the sanctuary, he bade me further to cover my head in rainy weather, wash myself without the aid of a servant, take exercise in the gymnasium, eat bread, cheese, celery and cabbage lettuce, drink lemon juice and milk, go for walks,
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1/10/11 Finally, he bade me record all this on a stone. I left the sanctuary cured and grateful to the god.
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1/10/11 Inscription from the temple of Asclepius at Epidauros Hermon of Thasus. This blindness was cured by Asclepius. But, since afterwards he did not bring the
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Unformatted text preview: thank-offerings, the god made him blind again. When he came back and slept again in the Temple, the god made him well. 1/10/11 Picture 1 Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/10/11 corporal punishment osteogenesis osteoma osteoid myoma hematoma anemia sanguine neurotoxin vital signs Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/10/11 It is not possible to look at the constituent parts of human beings, such as blood, flesh, bones, blood vessels and the like without considerable distaste. Aristotle, On the Parts of Animals 1/10/11 Picture 3 Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/10/11 respiration pneumonitis jugular vein tracheotomy frenzy, frenetic, schizophrenia 1/10/11 hysteria Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/10/11 Phrase of the Day sana mens in corpore sano 1/10/11 Picture 5...
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