Asclepius   - in ancient sources @

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  Asclepius   - the Greek god of healing
Wikipedia entry
242/8b Pella and Amphipolis concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
242/8c a decree of Philippi concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
242/11 a letter of Ziaelas concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
242/11a several Cretan cities concerning the sanctuary of Asclepius on Cos.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_100 DF} & & Suda_P'823 & & Asclepius heals men even if they
Aelian:Fr_101 {104 DF} & & Suda_A'3893 & & Asclepius heals Aristarchus
Aelian:Fr_89 took him into [a shrine of] Asclepius. And some one of
Aelian:Fr_98 ush from the [temple] of Asclepius hopping on one of his
Aelian:Fr_99 DF} & & Suda_Th'171 & Asclepius heals Theopompus the
Aelian:NA_7.13 came to the shrine of Asclepius and stole a number of
Aelian:NA_8.12 ave it the name of 'servant to Asclepius'. [13] & I have
Aelian:NA_9.33 my part, O King Asclepius, of all gods the kindliest
Aelian:NA_10.49 is also the begetter of Asclepius, man's saviour and cham
Aelian:NA_16.39 great care in the temple of Asclepius. And the same peo
Apollod:Fr_38 back to Machaon, the son of Asclepius. His mother, Phae
Apollod:Fr_73 ors back to Heracles and Asclepius, being in the twentieth
Athen_1.28 I can't help feeling, & From Asclepius, the God of heali
Athen_6.250 composed in honour of Asclepius; for I hear that you
Athen_6.256 kill of all the descendants of Asclepius to cure. [69.]
Athen_7.289 his cost, wearing the dress of Asclepius. But Zeus Menecra
Athen_8.351 trophy in the temple of Asclepius, and wrote upon it, "St
Athen_14.617 And very neatly, in his Asclepius, has Telestes vindicate
Athen_14.642 & (A) I am not one, by Asclepius! & To care excessively
Athen_15.693 ced before the statue of Asclepius at Syracuse; and so Dio
Callim:Epigr_55 & [55] & Know, Asclepius, that thou hast received the
CIL_1.2226 altar as a dedication to Asclepius Merre according to
Crinag_6.244 great houses. * & The wife of Asclepius. [6.253] & { G-P
Crinag_16.273 have crossed the river. * & Asclepius; Hepione is his
Diod_38.7 Delphi, the temple of Asclepius at Epidaurus, and the
Euseb]:Chron_139 - He was called Asclepius by the Egyptians because of
Isyll_A this to Apollo Maleatas and to Asclepius. [B] & If the cit
Isyll_C Phoebus and to his son Asclepius, the physician , dresse
Isyll_D down into the adyton of Asclepius unless you first sacrif
Isyll_E in honour of Apollo and Asclepius, whether it would be
Isyll_F Apollo named him Asclepius from his motherís name, Aegl&
Isyll_G [G] & And of your power, Asclepius, you gave this example
Macedonicus_ . . The paean to Asclepius was combined with a paean to
OGIS_332 (138-133)   up in the temple of Asklepios Soter, so that he m
OGIS_4 (317)   ters to the temple of Asklepios and let him be accu
Paean:Eryth_ Phlegyas - hail Paean, Asclepius, most famous divinity,
Plut:Mor_845 used to swear by Asclepius, and accented the second syll
Polyaen_5.2.19 rings from the temple of Asclepius (and there were many
RC_28 (c. 240)   are performing to Asklepios, and concerning the
SEG_38.1476 (206/5)   our territory, and Asklepios, the son on Apollo and
SEG_43.311 (197-185)   eddion, was priest of Asklepios, on the 22nd day of
SEG_48.1097 (c. 220)   be set up in the temple of Asklepios in the most pr
Simonid_7.508 physician of the race of Asclepius, bearing a name & expr
Syll_459 (248/7)   the same as the priests of Asklepios. Farewell.
Syll_538 (204/3)   ribed slab in the temple of Asklepios. [B] Gods.
THI_150 (163-146)   reia and the temple of Asklepios at Epidauros and t
THI_43 (202/1)   ne in the sanctuary of Asklepios, and the third one
THI_45 (205/4)   other an [image] of Asklepios [for the prow]; an
THI_55 (c. 200)   secrated to the god (Asklepios), but they are &quo
THI_61.D (173-169)   idamos was priest {of Asklepios}, and D[amatrio]s s
THI_80 (242)   d that the temple of Asklepios in Kos should be inv
THI_87 (306-301)   g and painting the altar of Asklepios. When those
THI_99.B (early 2nd century)   ele in the temple of [Asklepios]; it is resolved to
THI_99.G (c. 195)   up in the temple of Asklepios, and their envoy spok
THI_99.J (150-100)   nd in the temple of Asklepios in Kos, contains a de
THI_99.K (early 2nd century)   laios and in the temple of Asklepios. The decree sh
THI_99.R (73/2)   ..kles], a servant of Asklepios." [Since Damiadas o

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