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Headword: *(rou=fos
Adler number: rho,241
Translated headword: Rouphos, Rufus
Vetting Status: high
of Ephesus, a doctor; lived under the reign of Trajan together with Crito.[1] A great many books are attributed to him, including the following: On diet, 5 [volumes]; On diet of seafarers, 1; On harmful drugs, 1; On limb-injuries, 1; On figs, 1; On ancient medicine, 1 volume; On milk. 1 volume; On wine, 1 volume, On honey.
Greek Original:
*(rou=fos, *)efe/sios, i)atro/s, gegonw\s e)pi\ *traianou= su\n *kri/twni. fe/retai au)tou= bibli/a plei=sta, e)c w(=n kai\ tau=ta: *peri\ diai/ths e#, *peri\ diai/ths pleo/ntwn a#, *peri\ traumatikw=n farma/kwn a#, *peri\ traumatismou= a)/rqrwn a#, *peri\ su/kwn a#, *peri\ th=s a)rxai/as i)atrikh=s bibli/on a#, *peri\ ga/laktos bibli/on a#, *peri\ oi)/nou bibli/on a#, *peri\ me/litos.
C1/2 CE. See generally Vivian Nutton in OCD(4) s.v. Rufus, who writes: "from his numerous writings, mostly on dietetics and pathology, are preserved tracts on anatomical nomenclature, kidney diseases, satyriasis and gonorrhoea, gout, and jaundice, and possibly some of his case notes".
[1] T. Statilius Crito (Kriton), Trajan's personal physician; see generally OCD(4) s.v. Statilius Crito.
H.Thomssen, Die Medezin des Rufus von Ephesos (1989)
A.Abou-Aly, The Medical Writings of Rufus of Ephesus (1992)
Keywords: biography; botany; chronology; food; geography; medicine
Translated by: David Whitehead on 17 June 2004@10:45:10.
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Catharine Roth (cosmetics, status) on 17 July 2004@13:13:44.
David Whitehead (augmented primary note; added bibliography) on 26 July 2006@07:44:19.
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