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400 BC Hippocrates (460 - 377 BC) determined that the male contribution to a child's heredity is carried in the semen.
320 BC Aristotle (384 - 322 BC), choosing to reject the theories of Hippocrates, told his students that all inheritance comes from the father.
The male semen, he asserted, determines the baby's form, while the mother merely provides the material from which the baby is made.
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377 BC Hippocrates is the Greek physician and teacher of medicine whose name is associated with the famous Hippocratic Oath.
He is also known as the “father of medicine,” who separated the practice of medicine from magic and superstition to a focus on observation and study.
Hippocrates was born around the year 460 BC, one of several sons of Praxithea and Heracleides.
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Beginning of reign of Mausolus in Caria (+353 BC).
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 Bambooweb: Hippocrates
460 BC–377 BC) was an Ancient Greek physician, commonly regarded as one of the most outstanding figures in medicine of all time; he has been called the father of medicine.
Hippocrates associated personality traits with the relative abundance of the four humours in the body: phlegm, yellow bile, fl bile, and blood, and was a major influence on Galen.
The Hippocratic Corpus, a collection of about sixty treatises, most written between 430 BC and 330 BC, is actually a group of texts written by several different people holding several different viewpoints erroneously grouped under the name of Hippocrates at the Library of Alexandria.
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 Red Gold . Innovators & Pioneers . Hippocrates | PBS
The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates (460-377 BC), the father of medicine, put a definitive stamp on the whole character of Greek medicine.
With a few exceptions the dates of these works range between 450 and 350 B.C.; they are the oldest surviving complete medical books.
It would be unfair to allege deception as the motive behind attributing the entire collection to Hippocrates; nor was it the result of ignorance and carelessness, since Galen and those before him did not regard every work as genuine.
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 Asia Minor Coins - Caria (Karia)
He was succeeded by his son Maussolos, who took part in the so-called Revolt of the Satraps: Maussolos, Orontes of Armenia, Autophradates of Lydia and Datames of Cappadocia joined forces against their king, with support of the pharaohs of Egypt, Nectanebo I, Teos, and Nectanebo II.
In 188 BC, the Romans defeated the Seleukids, and divided the country between the Pergamene kingdom in the north and Rhodes in the south.
In 129 BC, the Romans decided to annex the Pergamene part of Caria, which became part of their province of Asia.
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After the Corinthian War (395 BC to 387 BC), the Athens dominated Athenian Alliance (377 BC) becomes the economic power throughout the Mediterranean.
At the battle of Raphia in 216 BC, Ptolemy IV successfully held Tyre by withstanding an advance by Antiochus III of the Selukid kingdom.
In 202 BC Antiochus III again attacked Tyre and the city was lost in 200 BC by the boy King Ptolemy V and Tyre fell under Selukid control.
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