Briefmarken: Griechische Medizin
Achilles binding the wounds of his friend Patroclus, from a c. 500 BC kylix cup (now in a Museum in Berlin Germany), Sosias Painter, Patroclus wearing a cap used to make the wearing of the helmet more comfortable. Interior and Side View
Part o a relief: A patient and his family approaching the Medical God Asklepios
Votive relief of Archinos (370 BC) from Tyrea, Argolis (Oropos / Amphiaraus), 0.49 m x 0.55 m. The healing god Asklepios appears to the dreamer to cure him. National Archaeological Museum, Athens, No. 3369. The same person is shown 3 times. First Asklepios personally checks his hand. As a patient on a bed (kline) he is biten by a snake. Raising his hand he thanks Asklepios for the cure.
These votives represented the a patient’s ailment and their thanks for the cure
A physician ( iatros ) bleeding a patient Athenian Red-figured Arybalos called the Peytel Arybalos, Height c. 9 cm , 480-470 BC, Clinic Vasepainter (5th) , CA1989-2183 , Louvre, Dpt.des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines.
International Hippocrates Institute, Kos, Hippocrates Sculpture of D. Kossos, 24.11.1979 Stamp
The Tree of Hippocrates in the island of Kos, a place where Hippocrates is supposed to have taught Medicine
Jason of Athens, His stele with the text... 'Jason, also known as Decimus, of the Archarnian deme ..., Jason examines a child, with an unnaturally enlarged stomach. To the right a cupping vessel is shown (scale exaggerated) which when heated is used to draw blood or pus from a wound (British Museum).
Ancient Greek Medicine and Psychology, Biographies of Physicians, Examples of Medical Knowledge, Timeline, Anatomical Studies, Medical Instruments, etc.