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All Souls by John Brady

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Hippocrates taught medicine if their sons sons of Hippocrates, and did not reach his father's fame, it is still be worthy of its name. Known of these Thessalonians. He participated as a doctor in Athens expedition to Sicily (415-413 years), when his father remained in Thessaly. Then he returned home, married and had children. According to Galen, "most of the time he traveled. I recall that he was familiar with the Macedonian king Archelaus. " This Archelaus was the son of that Perdiccas II, whom Hippocrates treated. Information about Hippocrates and his family, when they are drawn from a good source, are not deprived of connectivity and may not be so legendary, as it might seem at a superficial study. Archelaus in the eyes of Socrates was a complete tyrant. This did not prevent him to attract to his court many poets and scholars, of whom the most famous was Euripides. Thessalonians, like his father, died away from Kos. But if the father was buried far from his native land, his son remains were transported to their homeland, as indicated by Cos epitaph IV century:

All Souls by John Brady

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