His last words were, “Crito, we owe a rooster to Asclepius.”
This was the reason why Asclepius and his sons practised no such art.
She had tape-worm, and while she slept in the Temple of Asclepius at Troizen, she saw a vision.
Asclepius was gone into Peloponnese to work his wondrous cures on men; and some say he used to raise the dead to life.
Then they sent a messenger to Asclepius asking him to come to Troizen.
Afterwards, on the discovery of his innocence, Asclepius restored him to the upper world.
The Sicyonians accorded him hero-worship as a “son of Asclepius.”
Apollo is further supposed to be the father of Asclepius (Aesculapius), whose ritual is closely modelled upon his.
They were slain by Apollo for having forged the thunderbolt with which Zeus slew Asclepius.
If Cephalus was caught into the arms of one that was a goddess, Asclepius obtained yet greater honour.
god of medicine, Latin, from Greek Asklepios, of unknown origin.