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Dioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbos

LC control no.n 83204415
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Personal name headingDioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbos
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Variant(s)Anazarbos, Dioscorides Pedanius of
Dioscorides, Pedanius, of Anazarbos
Dioskouridēs, ho Anazarveus
Dioskurides, Pedanios, aus Anazarbos
Diosukoridesu, Anazaruba
Pedaccus Dioscorides, Anazarbaeus
Pedacio Dioscórides, Anazarbeo
Pedanios Dioskourides, Anazarveus
Pedanius, Dioscorides, of Anazarbos
Other standard no.0000000094803939
Birth date0040~
Death date0090~
Place of birthAnazarbos (Extinct city)
Field of activityPharmacognosy
Profession or occupationPhysicians Pharmacologists Botanists
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inEncycl. Brit. (Dioscorides, Pedanius (b. ca. A.D. 40, Anazarbus, Cilicia; d. ca. 90) Greek physician)
Encycl. amer. (Dioscorides Pedanius)
Collier's (Dioscorides Pedanius)
Oxford class. dict. (Dioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbus)
Papyros-Larous. (Dioskouridēs ho Anazarveus ē Tarseus, called also Pedfanios, because of his Roman citizenship)
Pauly-Wissowa. (Pedanios Dioskourides Anazarveus)
Dioscurides triumphans, 1988: v. 2, p. 38 (Pedanios Dioskurides aus Anazarbos)
His Diosukoridesu no yakubutsushi, 1983: pref., etc. (b/d dates unknown; Anazaruba shusshin no Diosukoridesu [in Jpn (not an epithet): Dioscorides, native of Anazarbos]; army doctor during periods of Nero & Vespasianus; sp.: botany & pharmacology; authored Yakubutsugaku, ca. 77-78 B.C.)
Codex Vindobonensis med. Gr. 1, 1965 t.p. (Dioscurides)
His Kräuterbuch, 1614: t.p. (Pedacci Dioscoridis Anazarbaei)
English Wikipedia, viewed January 4, 2024 (Pedanius Dioscorides ; "the father of pharmacognosy", was a Greek physician, pharmacologist, botanist, and author of De materia medica - a 5-volume Greek encyclopedia about herbal medicine and related medicinal substances (a pharmacopeia), that was widely read for more than 1,500 years ; born ca. 40 AD in Anazarbus, died ca. 90 AD)