Asclepiades


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(ăs′klə-pī′ə-dēz′) fl. first century bc.
Greek physician born in Bithynia who theorized that disease is caused by an inharmonious flow of the corpuscles of the body. His methods for restoring harmony in the body included diet, exercise, and bathing. Asclepiades also advocated humane treatment of the mentally ill.
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But Asclepiades says that Arsinoe was the daughter of Leucippus, Perieres' son, and that to her and Apollo Asclepius and a daughter, Eriopis, were born: `And she bare in the palace Asclepius, leader of men, and Eriopis with the lovely hair, being subject in love to Phoebus.'
In defending both the existence of black bile and its importance in both health and sickness, he says, Galen provides excellent insights into his polemic strategy for refuting the theories of his rivals such as Erasistratus and Asclepiades. He considers such aspects as key influences of Galen's writing on black bile, his distinction of different types, and diseases it causes.
I leave off speaking of the several opinions of Asclepiades, Prassagora, Diocles, Ephilistion, Erasistratos, (17) and many others on the reason for which respiration has been bestowed on us, just as I decline also to say in what way it nourishes the spirits of the brain (as a subject that I do not say I don't know well), but on this occasion perhaps is excessive.
(7) Aunque Estrabon no visito la Peninsula Iberica, obtuvo los datos sobre ella de otros autores griegos como Polibio, Artemidoro, Asclepiades de Mirlea y Posidonio.
En ella se encontraba no solo un celebre Asclepeion, regentado por la familia de los Asclepiades [que regentaba tambien el famoso Asclepeion de Cnido y se decia descendiente directa de los hijos de Asclepio, Macaon y Podalirio, quienes participaron en la guerra de Troya (67)], tambien se encontraba en Cos una no menos famosa escuela de medicina, pero la datacion de los vestigios arqueologicos descubiertos hasta el dia de hoy no permite demostrar la simultaneidad entre el Asclepeion y la escuela (68).
Sommerstein (2012: 198): "The material that survives from most Sophoclean tragedies is so scanty or so uninformative that we can do little more than identify the mythical episode which they dramatize--and sometimes even that is beyond us." Sin embargo, podemos reconstruir, aunque siempre teniendo en cuenta la advertencia de Lloyd-Jones (1996: 322-323), la trama de Fedra si nos basamos en Fedra de Seneca y los Scholia Vetera de Asclepiades a Odisea 11.321; cf.
But he does not forget the more obscure ones: Hippasus of Metapontum, Oenopides of Chios, Hippo of Rhegium, Onomacritus, Heracleides Ponticus and Asclepiades the Bithynian (9).
(55) Catullus makes a similar boast in 32.7-8; Propertius boasts of his virility at 2.23.33; and the trope appears in Hellenistic epigram as well (Asclepiades, Anth.
The chapter on grammar is a historical and critical analysis of the formation of grammar as a discipline and the definitions of ancient scholars such as Eratosthenes of Cyrene, Sextus Empiricus or Asclepiades of Myrlea provide.
A partir del estudio de las eindicaciones de los cambios de la condicion del cuerpo humanoE, es constitutivo de una de las tres ramas de la medicina griega que estudiaron el fisiologo alejandrino Erasistratus, el anatomista Herophilus y el epicureo Asclepiades de Bitinia: oLos sintomas fueron los primeros signos examinados por los practicantes de la medicina del mundo antiguo; su estudio condujo a la fundacion de la semiotica como una rama de la ciencia medicao (p.
Hablando de las dinamicas propias de la educacion medica en las universidades medievales, debemos decir que tras la caida del Imperio Romano, la profesion vivio un proceso de regreso de la tradicion a los templos y sacerdotes, que recuerda los tiempos de los Asclepiades en las raices mitologicas fundacionales de la Grecia Clasica.
c., era hijo de Nicomaco, medico y filosofo, y de Efestiada, su padre ejercia la medicina en la corte del rey Amintas II de Macedonia, su familia era descendiente de los Asclepiades, una de las dinastias medicas supuestamente descendientes de Asclepios (Gargantilla, 2009).