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Greek Physicians Galen and Hippocrates (crypt fresco, 13c, Anagni Cathedral, Italy)

Greek Physicians Galen and Hippocrates (crypt fresco, 13c, Anagni Cathedral, Italy)

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21
Title
Greek Physicians Galen and Hippocrates (crypt fresco, 13c, Anagni Cathedral, Italy)
Caption
The Greek physicians Galen (d.217 AD) and Hippocrates (d.370 BC) discuss scientific matters. The full Latin inscription in the border reads: ETAS VULTUS HUMOR MUTANTUR TEMPORE CUIUS / DE QUO PLUS ET INEST COMPLEXIO DICITUR HUIUS. ("People's age, face and disposition change with time, so that their constitution is increasingly said to be theirs.") Fresco in the Crypt of St. Magnus (1237), Cattedrale di Santa Maria, Anagni, Lazio, Italy.
Coordinates
41.7429720° N, 13.1617610° E
Resolution
5000 x 3346 pixels
File Size
6.69 MB
File Type
jpg
Camera
Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
ISO
1600
Credit
Holly Hayes
Copyright Status
All Rights Reserved
Date Created
April 13, 2008
Date Uploaded
November 10, 2009

The Greek physicians Galen (d.217 AD) and Hippocrates (d.370 BC) discuss scientific matters. The full Latin inscription in the border reads: ETAS VULTUS HUMOR MUTANTUR TEMPORE CUIUS / DE QUO PLUS ET INEST COMPLEXIO DICITUR HUIUS. ("People's age, face and disposition change with time, so that their constitution is increasingly said to be theirs.") Fresco in the Crypt of St. Magnus (1237), Cattedrale di Santa Maria, Anagni, Lazio, Italy.

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