Herophilus

Herophilus, a celebrated Greek physician who lived into the 3rd century B.C., born at Chalcedon, and settled at Alexandria, where he devoted himself specially to anatomy and helped to found the medical school in that city; his zeal is said to have led him to dissect criminals alive; some of his writings are yet extant.

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

Herodotus * Herrera, Antonio
Hermes Trismegistus
Hermi`one
Hermodeus
Hernia
Hero
Hero
Hero
Herod
Herodians
Herodotus
Herophilus
Herrera, Antonio
Herrera, Fernando de
Herrera, Francisco
Herrick, Robert
Herrnhut
Herschel, Sir John
Herschel, Lucretia
Herschel, Sir William
Hertford
Hertfordshire

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Erasistratus
Herophilus Of Chalcedon