- Latin Ga·le·nus [guh-lee-nuh s] /gəˈli nəs/. Claudius,a.d. c130–c200, Greek physician and writer on medicine.
- any physician.
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Contemporary Examples of galen
Galen, however, thinks that not even a strong debate performance is enough.Newt Gingrich’s Battered Campaign Struggles With Money Woes
February 14, 2012
Peter MacNichol stars as Galen, an impressively earnest, blotchy, and incompetent sorcerer's apprentice.George R.R. Martin's Top 10 Fantasy Films
George R.R. Martin
April 11, 2011
Galen was "disinvited," says a confidante of Galen's mother, Victoria.
On the family's behalf, I request that [her nanny] be allowed to bring Galen to the funeral and return her thereafter.
Amid the finger-pointing, there is one thing most involved agree on: The victim of this is Galen.
Historical Examples of galen
It is supposed that Galen first brought specimens of this fungus from that region.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise
M. E. Hard
"Make me as old as Dr. Parr or old Galen's head, if you like," was the answer.Shoulder-Straps
After Galen there is a thousand years of darkness, and biology ceases to have a history.The Legacy of Greece
He consults Galen, who laughs at him, and sends him to Salerno.A Literary History of the English People
Jean Jules Jusserand
Whatever they knew they took from the Greeks, and especially Galen.Old-Time Makers of Medicine
James J. Walsh
- Latin name Claudius Galenus. ?130–?200 ad, Greek physician, anatomist, and physiologist. He codified existing medical knowledge and his authority continued until the Renaissance
- Greek anatomist, physician, and writer whose theories formed the basis of European medicine until the Renaissance.
- Greek anatomist, physician, and writer who developed numerous theories about the structures and functions of the human body, many of which were based on information he gained from dissecting animals. Galen's theories formed the basis of European medicine until the Renaissance.
An ancient Greek physician and pioneer in the study of anatomy.