We commonly say that Aesculapius has prescribed riding for one patient, walking for another, a cold bath for a third.
She was punished with death indeed; but her son was Aesculapius.
By and by a babe was born to them,-a boy with the most wonderful eyes that anybody ever saw,-and they named him Aesculapius.
He wants to masquerade as an Aesculapius, and so has started this consumption theory.
Presently, two or three voices were heard calling for Aesculapius.
His friend Giese speaks of him as a very skilful physician, and even calls him a second Aesculapius.
Apollo is further supposed to be the father of Asclepius (Aesculapius), whose ritual is closely modelled upon his.
There he achieved so great a reputation that his contemporaries referred to him as a "second Aesculapius."
This process soon brought him to the suspicion that in his case Aesculapius's science was guess-work.
Upon this self-evident principle, our Aesculapius with the epaulettes was the first man drunk in the ship.