Herodotus (/hɪˈrɒdətəs/ hirr-OD-ə-təs; Ancient Greek: Ἡρόδοτος, romanizedHēródotos, Attic Greek pronunciation: [hɛːródotos]) was the name of more than one physician in the time of ancient Greece and Rome:


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  1. ^ a b Galen, De Differ. Puls., iv. 11, vol. viii.
  2. ^ Galen, De Simplic. Medica. Temper. ac Facult., i. 29, col. xi.
  3. ^ Laërtius, Diogenes; Yonge, Charles Duke (1853). "Diogenes Laertius: Life of Timon, from Lives of the Philosophers, translated by C.D. Yonge". Peithô's Web: Classics of Rhetoric and Persuasion. London: Henry G. Bohn. Archived from the original on 20 April 2017. Retrieved 7 April 2018. Antiochus again, was the master of Menodotus, of Nicomedia, a skilful physician, and of Theodos, of Laodicea; and Menodotus was the master of Herodotus, of Tarsus, the son of Arieus; Herodotus was the master of Sextus Empiricus, who left ten books of Sceptic Maxims, and other excellent works...
  4. ^ Galen, De Bon. et Prav. Aliment. Succ., c. 4. vol. vi.; De Meth. Med., vii. 6. vol. x

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