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A. , 1930, xxiii, 299. * Phaidros, 270c. * W. H. S. Jones, (i), 9, 20, 34—42. * Fliigel, in Ersch-Gruber, 1831, viii, 344. ®Berthelot, (3), 217; (4), i, 301; ii, 37. « Dilber, PW, II Reihe, vi, 165. J Ch. , and notes, W. H. S. Jones, Bull. Soc. Hist. , 1946, Suppl. ); A. J. Festugifere, L ’Ancienne Medicine, 1948; Scoon, 278. * Chs. xviii-xix. » Haeser, (i), i, 148. J, i, 65; K, i, 534; L, ii, 12; Brock, (i), 53; Burckhardt, in Diergart, (i), 73; Hoefer, (i), i, 80; A. Ruest, Monographic der Sprache d s hippokratischcn Traktates irepl depwv vSdratv rontov, Freiburg (Schweiz), 1952.

J. PhiloL, 1940, Ixi, i (3); Senn, A. , 1 9 3 0 . xxiii, 285; Ueberweg, (i), i, 72; VS, i, 210, 495; Wellmann, Archeion, 1929, xi, 156; A. , 1930, xxiii, 291; Zeller, (i), I, i^, 436, 596. (i), 20, 77, 96, 103 : Akron, 108; Philistion of Lokroi, 109; Diokles, 117; Vindicianus, 208. X U K iiH iv t 't liL . U iU J f t L Y Hippokrates, who may have been a real person. T h e oldest {c. ) show the influence of the school of Kroton and the humoral pathology of Alkmeon. T h e writings were brought to Alexandria in the 3 cent.

He, and Kallimachos (fl. ® Ion o f Chios (fl. ) said *everythingis three , apparently 1 Bumet, (i), 216; VS, i, 340; Eisler, (3), 134; Gilbert, 213, 342- The fragment is from Plutarch, Quaest. , ii; Morals, tr. ’ Holland says ‘concotion seemeth to be a kind of putrefaction’ and Empedokles seerM to ^ v e had this idea: 17 Se ir^is eoticev etvau, Bumet read ‘putrefied’, Gilbert, and Diels, VS 1, 340, ‘vergorenes (aairev)’. ®Bumet, (i), 241. Eisler says intoxicating drinks are made from juices of trees.

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