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Zeuxis

1. A contemporary of Strabo, probably about the middle or end of the first century B. C. He was at the head of a celebrated Herophilean school of medicine established at Men-Carus in Phrygia, between Laodicea and Carura, and was succeeded in this post by Alexander Philalethes. (Strabo, 12.8. p. 77, ed. Tauchn.)

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