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Asklepios (Greek deity)


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    • Asclepius (Greek deity)
    • Asclepio (Greek deity)
    • Ασκληπιος (Greek deity)
    • Asclepiu (Greek deity)
    • Asklepi (Greek deity)
    • Асклепій (Greek deity)
    • Asklepiĭ (Greek deity)
    • Асклепий (Greek deity)
    • Asklepije (Greek deity)
    • Asclepi (Greek deity)
    • Æskulap (Greek deity)
    • Asklepio (Greek deity)
    • Asclépios (Greek deity)
    • Esculapio (Greek deity)
    • אסקלפיוס (Greek deity)
    • Asḳlepiyos (Greek deity)
    • Asḳlepyos (Greek deity)
    • Aesculapius (Greek deity)
    • Asklēpijs (Greek deity)
    • Asklepijas (Greek deity)
    • Asklepijus (Greek deity)
    • Eskulapas (Greek deity)
    • Aszklépiosz (Greek deity)
    • Асклепиј (Greek deity)
    • Asklepij (Greek deity)
    • Ескулап (Greek deity)
    • Eskulap (Greek deity)
    • アスクレーピオス (Greek deity)
    • Asukurēpiosu (Greek deity)
    • Asklepiy (Greek deity)
    • Asklepiu (Greek deity)
    • Асклепије (Greek deity)
    • 阿斯克勒庇俄斯 (Greek deity)
    • Asikeleibiesi (Greek deity)
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    • found: Hart, Gerald D. Asclepius, the god of medicine, 2000.
    • found: Aleshire, Sara B. Asklepios at Athens, 1991.
    • found: Walton, Alice. The cult of Asklepios, 1894.
    • found: Wickkiser, Bronwen Lara. Asklepios, medicine, and the politics of healing in fifth-century Greece, 2008.
    • found: Solimano, Giannina. Asclepio : le aree del mito, 1976.
    • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, August 1, 2015(Asclepius; Greco-Roman god. Alternative titles: Aesculapius; Asklepios. Asclepius, Greek Asklepios, Latin Aesculapius, Greco-Roman god of medicine, son of Apollo (god of healing, truth, and prophecy) and the mortal princess Coronis) - http://www.britannica.com/topic/Asclepius
    • found: Theoi Greek mythology website, August 1, 2015(Asklepios (or Asclepius) was the god of medicine and reputed ancestor of the Asklepiades, the ancient Greek doctors' guild; son of Apollon and the Trikkaian princess Koronis; Greek name: Ασκληπιος = Asklēpios; Latin spelling: Aesculapius) - http://www.theoi.com/Ouranios/Asklepios.html
    • found: Mythography website, August 1, 2015(In Greek mythology, Asklepios (Asclepius) was the god of healing. He was the son of the Olympian god Apollo and a mortal woman named Coronis; Asklepios was known as Aesculapius in Roman mythology) - http://www.loggia.com/myth/asklepios.html
    • found: GreekMythology.com, August 1, 2015(Asclepius was the ancient Greek god of medicine, son of the god Apollo and Coronis, the daughter of Phlegyas, King of the Lapiths. Asclepius is also called Vejovis, Vejove, Vediovis, Aesculapius) - http://www.greekmythology.com/Other_Gods/Asclepius/asclepius.html
    • found: Encyclopedia mythica, via WWW, August 1, 2015(Asclepius was a Greek hero who later become the Greek god of medicine and healing. The son of Apollo and Coronis, Asclepius had five daughters, Aceso, Iaso, Panacea, Aglaea and Hygieia. He was worshipped throughout the Greek world but his most famous sanctuary was located in Epidaurus which is situated in the northeastern Peloponnese; The Romans adopted the cult of Asclepius, but changed his name to Latin; they called him Aesculapius) - http://www.pantheon.org/articles/a/asclepius.html
    • found: Brewer's dictionary of phrase and fable, 2009, via Credo reference, December 16, 2011(Aesculapius: The Latin form of the Greek Asklepios, god of medicine and of healing, son of Apollo and father of Hygeia)
    • found: Wikipedia, August 1, 2015(Asclepius (Greek: Ασκληπιτ̔̈«”ϐϐ·ς = Asklēpios; Latin: Aesculapius) was a god of medicine in ancient Greek religion and mythology) Asturian page (Asclepiu) Azerbaijani page (Asklepi [in roman]) Belarusian page (Асклепій = AsklepiІi) Bulgarian page (Асклепий = AsklepiІi) Bosnian page (Asklepije) Catalan page (Asclepi) Corsican page (Asclepiu) Danish page (skulap) Greek page (Ασκληπιτ̔̈«”ϐϐ·ς = AsklЅepios) Spanish page (Asclepio) Esperanto page (Asklepio) French page (AsclЃepios) Croatian page (Asklepije) Italian page (Asclepio or Esculapio) Hebrew page (אסקלפיוס = AsѴklepiyos or AsѴklepyos) Latin page (Aesculapius) Latvian page (AsklЅepijs) Lithuanian page (Asklepijas; Asklepijus; Eskulapas) Hungarian page (AszklЃepiosz) Macedonian page (Асклепиј = Asklepij; Ескулап = Eskulap) Japanese page (アスクレーピオス = AsukurЅepiosu) Occitan page (AsclЂepi) Uzbek page (Asklepiy [in roman]) Portuguese page (AsclЃepio) Romanian page (Asclepios) Russian page (Асклепий = AsklepiІi) Albanian page (Asklepiu) Slovenian page (Asklepij) Serbian page (Асклепије = Asklepije) Ukrainian page (Асклепій = AsklepiІi) Chinese page (阿斯克勒庇俄斯 = Asikeleibiesi)
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    • 2015-08-01: new
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