Celsus


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Cel·sus

(sĕl′səs), Aulus Cornelius 1st centuryad.
Roman writer and physician who compiled De medicina, an eight-volume encyclopedia of medicine that is the only surviving portion of a larger work and describes symptoms and treatments of diseases, surgical methods, and medical history.
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The service payments include the repayment of construction costs, as well as for Celsus to continue to maintain and modernise the building over the course of 29 years.
KELLY, Celsus, (1948), "The Terra Australis--A Franciscan Quest", The Americas,4(4):429-48.
In his critique of Christianity, Celsus outlines a comparable tripartite approach which he presents as the Platonist theory of naming the first principle.
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Another attraction is the Library of Celsus in the city of Ephesus.
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A comprehensive report on inflammation was put forward by Aulus Celsus in his De Medicina which described four symptoms such as rubor, humor, color and dolor which means redness, swelling, heat and pain, respectively (1).
More than 150 years of excavation have revealed marvellous structures dating back nearly 2,000 years, including the Library of Celsus, mighty temples and a huge theatre, as well as extraordinary homes and public bathrooms.
As I read about the Library of Celsus and the Virgins of Hestia, I wondered whether the owners of Ephesus should have paid the same attention to the authenticity of the cooking.
When it was initially published in 1530, this relatively slim volume--which consists of excerpts from established medical authorities such as Celsus, Galen, and Avicenna--was the first printed work dedicated solely to dentistry [5].
In the seventh book of his work, Origen quotes Celsus on Plato as an authority on theology, citing the famous remark from the Timaeus (28c) that the father and maker of the universe is hard to find and impossible to reveal to everyone even when found.