Panacea, daughter of Æsculapius, examining a urine flask and surrounded by medical paraphernalia

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Panacea, daughter of Æsculapius, examining a urine flask and surrounded by medical paraphernalia. Engraving by P Galle (?). Further information on the subject is filed with the prints In the background are two scenes which symbolize two subjects complementary to medicine. The first is surgery, represented as an anatomical dissection, and the second is pharmacy, represented by physician presenting a pharmacist with a recipe outside his shop. Surgery. Anatomy. Dissection. Urine – Examination. Medicinal plants. Medicine – Formulae, receipts, prescriptions. Pharmacy. Pestles. Mortars. Mandrakes. Healing. Therapeutics. Physicians. Contributors: Philippe Galle (1537–1612). Work ID: ggp3fu3y.

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