Æsculapius

Æsculapius (Æscula`pius) , a son of Apollo and the nymph Coronis, whom, for restoring Hippolytus to life, Zeus, at the prayer of Pluto, destroyed with a thunderbolt, but afterwards admitted among the gods as god of medicine and the healing art; the cock, the emblem of vigilance, and the serpent, of prudence, were sacred to him.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Æs`chylus * Aeson
Æo`lians
Æolotropy
Æ`olus
Æon
Æpyor`nis
Æ`qui
Aerated bread
Aerated waters
Æs`chines
Æs`chylus
Æscula`pius
Aeson
Æ`sop
Æso`pus
Æsthetics
Ae`tius
Æto`lia
Affre
Afghan`istan`
Af`ghans, The
Afra`nius

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Æsculapius in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Galen, Claudius
Hippocrates
Radcliffe, Dr. John
Socrates
Sophocles