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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Walking down a main street once strolled by Anthony and Cleopatra, I gaze in amazement at the gaunt, towering two-storey facade of the Library of Celsus, looming above me like some ancient portal to the past.
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We linger underneath the Library of Celsus, built to honour the Roman governor, and admire the ruined temples.