Celsus


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Celsus

(sĕl`səs), 2d cent., Roman philosopher, an aggressive antagonist of Christianity. His works have been lost, but the substance of his True Discourse is given by Origen in his Against Celsus, ed. and tr. by Henry Chadwick (1953, repr. 1965).
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Celsus could never have spoken it as a physician, had he not been a wise man withal, when he giveth it for one of the great precepts of health and lasting, that a man do vary, and interchange contraries, but with an inclination to the more benign extreme: use fasting and full eating, but rather full eating; watching and sleep, but rather sleep; sitting and exercise, but rather exercise; and the like.
It makes a possibility to plant cucumber, tomato and other vegetables throughout the year, even in -40 Celsus.
Year to date 2017, Smithfield acquired Farmer John, Pini Group of Poland (Pini), and Celsus Glycoscience (Celsus), Inc.
1) Celsus Academy for Sustainable Healthcare, and Scientific Institute for Quality of Healthcare (IQ healthcare), Radboud Institute for Health Sciences, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Service payments to Celsus (formerly SA Health Partnership) will commence from today, averaging around $380m per year.
The Roman, Aulus Cornelius Celsus, first described the use of bilateral buccal flap, made between horizontal parallel incisions with the pedicle based laterally, for upper lip reconstruction in the first century AD.
Celsus Kelly, OFM, like Franciscus Monachus, a Franciscan friar, referred to this in an article in 1948, and also paraphrased Major, saying:
Walking down a main street once strolled by Anthony and Cleopatra, I gaze in amazement at the gaunt, towering two-storey facade of the Library of Celsus, looming above me like some ancient portal to the past.
The disease was first described by Cornelius Celsus and the term alopecia areata was first coined by Sauvages in 1760.
Walking down a main street once strolled by Anthony and Cleopatra, I gazed in amazement at the gaunt, towering two-storey facade of the Library of Celsus, looming above me like some ancient portal to the past.
The Temple of Hadrian, the Library of Celsus, the Baths of Scholastica and the Great Theatre where St Paul preached are all unmissable.
We linger underneath the Library of Celsus, built to honour the Roman governor, and admire the ruined temples.