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Χαρικλῆς), an eminent physician. at Rome, who sometimes attended on the Emperor Tiberius, and who is said to have predieted his approaching death from the weak state of his pulse, A. D. 37. (Suet. Tib. 72; Tac. Ann. 6.50.) Some medical formulae are preserved by Galen (De Compos. Mediciam. sec. Locos. 2.1, 2. vol. xii. pp. 556, 579, &c.) which may perhaps belong to the same person.


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