List of ancient European doctors


List of ancient European doctors

This is an alphabetical list of writers from Ancient Greece and Rome who were doctors, or have left us material that contributes to our knowledge of ancient medicine. In some cases their names look familiar but are not the same as their famous homonyms (thus earning them an epithet).

*A. Cornelius Celsus (1st AD)

*Adamantius Judaeus (doctor) (4th AD)

*Aegimius of Elis

*Aëtius Amidenus (6th AD)

*Agathinus (1st AD)

*Aglaïs Poet. (doctor) (1st AD)

*Aias/Abas (5th-4th BC)

*Alexander Trallianus (6th AD)

*Andromachus Poet. (doctor) (1st AD)

*Antonius Castor (2nd AD)

*Apollonius Citiensis (1st BC)

*Apollonius (doctor) (3rd BC)

*Archigenes (2nd AD)

*Aretaeus (2nd AD)

*Aristotle (4th BC)

*Asclepiades Junior (1st-2nd AD)

*Asclepiades Prusensis (2nd-1st BC)

*Athenaeus of Attalia (1st BC)

*Aulus Gellius (2nd AD)

*Bolus, Phil.

*Caelius Aurelianus (5th AD)

*Cassius Iatrosophista (3rd AD)

*Charixenes (2nd AD)

*Crateuas (2nd BC)

*Crito (doctor) (1st-2nd AD)

*Ctesias (5th BC)

*Damocrates (1st AD)

*Demetrius Apamensis

*Dexippus of Cos

*Dieuches

*Diocles of Carystus

*Dioscorides (1st AD)

*Erasistratus (3rd BC)

*Erotianus Gramm., (medic) (1st AD)

*Eudemus Poet. (doctor)

*Euthydemus (doctor)

*Fronto

*Galen (2nd AD)

*Gargilius Martialis (3rd AD)

*Harpocratio (1st-2nd AD)

*Heliodorus (1st-2nd AD)

*Heraclas

*Heraclides Tarentinus (1st BC)

*Herodotus (doctor) (1st AD)

*Herophilus (3rd BC)

*Hicesius (1st BC)

*Hippocrates (Hippocratic Corpus) (5th BC)

*Joannes Actuarius

*L. Annaeus Seneca

*Leonidas (doctor) (1st-2nd AD)

*M. Porcius Cato

*Marcellinus (doctor) (2nd AD?)

*Marcellus Sidetes (2nd AD)

*Meges (doctor) (1st AD)

*Meletius

*Menemachus (1st AD)

*Mnesitheus Atheniensis (3rd BC)

*Mnesitheus Cyzicenus

*Nepualius (Neptunalius, Neptunianus)

*Niger, Sextius

*Oribasius (4th AD)

*Ovid (1st AD)

*Palladius (doctor)

*Paulus Aegineta (7th AD)

*Phasias of Tenedos

*Philagrius (3rd-4th AD)

*Philinus (3rd BC)

*Philistion (5th-4th BC)

*Philo Tarsensis

*Philotymus

*Philoxenus (doctor) (3rd BC)

*Philumenus (3rd AD)

*Phylotimus

*Pliny the Elder (1st AD)

*Plistonicus

*Plutarch (2nd AD)

*Posidonius (3rd-4th AD)

*Praxagoras of Cos (4th BC)

*Q. Serenus (Sammonicus)

*Rufus (2nd AD)

*Scribonius Largus (1st AD)

*Serapion (3rd BC)

*Severus (doctor) (4th AD)

*Sextus Empiricus

*Soranus (doctor) (2nd AD)

*Stephanus Med. (7th AD)

*Stephanus, Phil (7th AD)

*Themison (1st BC)

*Theon Gymnasiarcha

*Theophilus Protospatharius

*Theophrastus

*Thessalus of Tralles (1st AD)

*Thrasymachus of Sardis

*Timotheus of Metapontion

*Xenocrates Med (1st AD)

*Zopyrus (1st AD)

ee also

*List of ancient Persian doctors


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