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Erasistratus, a physician, realising that Antiochus's (son of Seleucus I) illness is lovesickness for his stepmother Stratonice, by observing that Antiochus's pulse rose whenever he sees her. Stipple engraving by G. Graham, 1793, after Sir B. West.

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view Erasistratus, a physician, realising that Antiochus's (son of Seleucus I) illness is lovesickness for his stepmother Stratonice, by observing that Antiochus's pulse rose whenever he sees her. Stipple engraving by G. Graham, 1793, after Sir B. West.
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Credit: Erasistratus, a physician, realising that Antiochus's (son of Seleucus I) illness is lovesickness for his stepmother Stratonice, by observing that Antiochus's pulse rose whenever he sees her. Stipple engraving by G. Graham, 1793, after Sir B. West. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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Erasistratus the physician discovers the love of Antiochus for Stratonice. Painted by B. West. Histr. Painter to his Majesty. Engrav'd by Geo.e Graham.

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