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Paccius Antiŏchus

A physician of the first century A.D., who made a fortune from a prescription which he used very successfully and the secret of which he bequeathed to the emperor Tiberius, who ordered it to be placed in all the public libraries (Scribon. De Compos. Medicam. ch. xxiii. p. 97).

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