Oribasius

The ''Plinthios Brokhos'' as described by Greek physician [[Heraklas Oribasius or Oreibasius (; c. 320 – 403) was a Greek medical writer and the personal physician of the Roman emperor Julian the Apostate. He studied at Alexandria under physician Zeno of Cyprus before joining Julian's retinue. He was involved in Julian's coronation in 361, and remained with the emperor until Julian's death in 363. In the wake of this event, Oribasius was banished to foreign courts for a time, but was later recalled by the emperor Valens. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Oribasius.
Published 1875
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by Oribasius.
Published 1851
...Oribasius. Oeuvres d'Oribase....
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