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Medicine box, Museum Köln.

Medicine box, Museum Köln.

Roman medicine box, 1st-2nd Century AD, Ex. British private collection, acquired 1980's. Exhibited; Surgeons' Hall Museum - The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh August 2010 - July 2011.

Roman medicine box, 1st-2nd Century AD, Ex. British private collection, acquired 1980's. Exhibited; Surgeons' Hall Museum - The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh August 2010 - July 2011.

A FINE ROMAN BRONZE FIGURE OF AN ACROBAT, after an Etruscan example.

A FINE ROMAN BRONZE FIGURE OF AN ACROBAT, after an Etruscan example.

Votive plaques in request, or gratitude of help, found in the vicinity of the temple of Asklepios in Athens, from the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Votive plaques in request, or gratitude of help, found in the vicinity of the temple of Asklepios in Athens, from the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Pair of golden earrings with a cameo made of layered agate showing a gorgoneion. Roman, 2nd - 3rd century A.D.

Pair of golden earrings with a cameo made of layered agate showing a gorgoneion. Roman, 2nd - 3rd century A.D.

Wooden medicine cabinet. Gallo-Roman Civilization.

Wooden medicine cabinet. Gallo-Roman Civilization.

Medicine box. Roman ivory box with six compartments, originally for keeping pills and salves, dated ca 400 CE, with sliding lid featuring Asclepius holding a book in his left hand, and a erpententwined staff in his right hand.  The box was discovered in 1943 in the sepulchrum of the main altar of the Cathedral of Chur, Switzerland, where it served as a reliquary.

Medicine box. Roman ivory box with six compartments, originally for keeping pills and salves, dated ca 400 CE, with sliding lid featuring Asclepius holding a book in his left hand, and a erpententwined staff in his right hand. The box was discovered in 1943 in the sepulchrum of the main altar of the Cathedral of Chur, Switzerland, where it served as a reliquary.

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U.S_Army_Medic_s_M-1_Helmet_with_Westinghouse_Liner_WWII_4884[1]

Asclepius was a god of medicine & healing in ancient Greece, who represents the healing aspect of the medical arts. His daughters are Hygieia/Hygiene, goddess of health & sanitation, Iaso, goddess of recuperation, Aceso, goddess of the healing process, Aglæa, goddess of beauty & adornment & Panacea, goddess of universal remedy. He was one of Apollo’s sons, sharing with him the epithet Paean (“the Healer”). The rod of Asclepius, a snake-entwined staff, remains a symbol of medicine today.

Asclepius was a god of medicine & healing in ancient Greece, who represents the healing aspect of the medical arts. His daughters are Hygieia/Hygiene, goddess of health & sanitation, Iaso, goddess of recuperation, Aceso, goddess of the healing process, Aglæa, goddess of beauty & adornment & Panacea, goddess of universal remedy. He was one of Apollo’s sons, sharing with him the epithet Paean (“the Healer”). The rod of Asclepius, a snake-entwined staff, remains a symbol of medicine today.

Roman civilization, bas-relief depicting Roman cellar with amphorae wine ware. Artwork-location: Rome, Museo Della Civiltà Romana (Museum Of Roman Civilisation)

Roman civilization, bas-relief depicting Roman cellar with amphorae wine ware. Artwork-location: Rome, Museo Della Civiltà Romana (Museum Of Roman Civilisation)

Ford modelo T ambulancia - Landships WW1 Foro

Ford modelo T ambulancia - Landships WW1 Foro

Spain - 1936. - GC - Enfermeras en hospital de El Escorial. Foto Fundación Telefónica

Spain - 1936. - GC - Enfermeras en hospital de El Escorial. Foto Fundación Telefónica

medicinal box and instruments, RG Museum Köln

medicinal box and instruments, RG Museum Köln

Oculist’s collyrium stamp. This four-sided stamp was used to mark semi-solid sticks of eye ointments (collyria). The inscriptions are for four remedies prepared with saffron by Junius Taurus from a prescription of Pacius. Stone (serpentine?), 1st-3rd centuries AD, Naix-aux-Forges, France. © British Museum.

Oculist’s collyrium stamp. This four-sided stamp was used to mark semi-solid sticks of eye ointments (collyria). The inscriptions are for four remedies prepared with saffron by Junius Taurus from a prescription of Pacius. Stone (serpentine?), 1st-3rd centuries AD, Naix-aux-Forges, France. © British Museum.

Capsa and cover for instruments for our legionary medivs. Legio XXI Rapax - historical reenactment of roman legion. Rzymski żółw w wykonaniu Legio XXI Rapax.

Capsa and cover for instruments for our legionary medivs. Legio XXI Rapax - historical reenactment of roman legion. Rzymski żółw w wykonaniu Legio XXI Rapax.

US Navy hospital staff, 1966

US Navy hospital staff, 1966