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Tralles

(trăl`ēz), ancient Carian city, W Asia Minor. It is the modern AydinAydin
, city (1990 pop. 106,603), capital of Aydin prov., W Turkey, on the Büyük Menderes River. It is the trade center for a farm region where olives, figs, cotton, and tobacco are grown. The city was destroyed by fire in 1922 and has been completely rebuilt.
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Como podemos ver, una parte de estos medicos se ocuparon de aspectos relacionados con ciertas especialidades, como la neurologia, como en el caso de Alejandro de Tralles (525-605) (102).
Tralles: Like the Gay-Lussac scale, the Tralles scale was a hydrometer scale designed for reading percent ethanol by volume.
Ejemplos los hallamos ya en la epoca greco-romana, en las obras de Alejandro de Tralles, Sorano o Galeno; este ultimo aconsejando a los medicos que se preocuparan de la evolucion intelectual y de la educacion de las personas, y que no pensaran que la educacion debia ser competencia exclusiva del filosofo.
Du cote des Anciens, pas un medecin ne manque a l'appel: Hippocrate, Galien ou Dioscoride, bien entendu, mais aussi Aristote, Paul d'Egine, Alexandre de Tralles. Le recours aux auteurs grecs depasse largement le champ medical: Platon, Aristote, Plutarque ou Strabon figurent en bonne place.
"Inventor de todo bien", le proclama Galeno en otro lugar, y en el mismo tono hablan de el Rufo, Celso, Alejandro de Tralles y tantos mas.
(23) It was to the priests of Thebes that Thessalus of Tralles, a first-century C.E.
Beyond the New Testament, Ignatius (Letter to Tralles 6, Letter to Ephesus 6) seems the first Father to use the term pejoratively.
Ian Moyer's essay uses models of cultural exchange to address the debate over whether the revelatory knowledge contained in Thessalos of Tralles's astrological botanical treatise is best understood as late antique magic or a continuation of traditional Egyptian religion.
The marvellous invention of the jack arch (a combination of brick vaulting stiffened by wrought iron or steel beams and often supported on cast iron columns) allowed new perceptions of mass carried apparently effortlessly -- potentially as powerful a spatial device as the dome floated over Hagia Sophia by Isodorus of Miletus and Anthemios of Tralles. The jack arch reached its artistic apogee in the 1960s in the viscerally moving St Peter's church, Klippan, Sweden by Lewerentz.
In another argument aimed at pagan readers, Eusebius quotes from the pagan historian Phlegon of Tralles concerning a solar eclipse and an earthquake in Bithynia that destroyed Nicaea at the time of the crucifixion, [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Greek: Syncellus, 394.2-12; Latin: Jerome, [174.sup.]d, who alters the year of this entry).