By Mabel Lang
Thousands of life-size human limbs made of terracotta, together with the continues to be of no less than a hundred twenty five human arms, testify to the efficacy of the medication practiced on the Aklepieion, at the hillside north of old Corinth. Made as votive presents to thank the god for a healing, those have been between many remarkable reveals made in the course of excavations on the Temple of Asklepios and Lerna spring among 1929 and 1934. in addition to delivering a necessary advisor to the location, this attention-grabbing publication additionally deals a distinct perception into the paintings of physicians within the Greek international, and the kinds of ailments they'd to take care of.
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Cure and Cult in Ancient Corinth: A Guide to the Asklepieion (Corinth Notes) by Mabel Lang