We here learn that in the heroic genealogy of the Asklepiads, the son of Machaon himself bore the name of Nikomachus.
Talthybius did as he was told, and went about the host trying to find Machaon.
His family claimed descent from Machaon, the son of Esculapius.
Get Machaon into your chariot and drive swiftly from the press of battle.
Machaon was surgeon to Menelaus and Podalarius was the pioneer of phlebotomy.
Nestor, taking Machaon in his chariot, conveyed him from the field.
He was shaken, but he did not fall, he drove his spear through breastplate and breast of Machaon, who fell and died.
Machaon wounded not with a great or fatal wound on the shoulder, he makes using intentionally a somewhat careless diet.
So saying, he roused Machaon, who his course Through the wide host began.
Philoctetes was cured of his wound by Machaon, and Paris was the first victim of the fatal arrows.