Eirik Godø

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Debrecen, Hungary  ·  Hobby-photographer and student from Norway. Studying medicine in Debrecen, Hungary. I am a curious soul who loves to meddle in the digital world...
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Æskulapstav. Den græske tekst gengiver den første aforisme af lægekunstens fader, Hippokrates, i dansk oversættelse 'livet er kort, kunsten lang, det rette øjeblik hastigt svundet'. Udateret tegning, formentlig fra renæssancen.

Æskulapstav. Den græske tekst gengiver den første aforisme af lægekunstens fader, Hippokrates, i dansk oversættelse 'livet er kort, kunsten lang, det rette øjeblik hastigt svundet'. Udateret tegning, formentlig fra renæssancen.

The Rod of Aesclepius has been used as a symbol for medicine and pharmacy. Asclepius was god of medical art in antiquity. The rod is entwined by a serpent, at its ability to molt believed to symbolize the life-renewing power. Snakes were sacred animals held in captivity at hospitals associated with temples dedicated to Asclepius.  The Greek text renders the first aphorism of the medical art father Hippocrates. Danish translation: "livet er kort, kunsten lang, det rette øjeblik hastigt…

The Rod of Aesclepius has been used as a symbol for medicine and pharmacy. Asclepius was god of medical art in antiquity. The rod is entwined by a serpent, at its ability to molt believed to symbolize the life-renewing power. Snakes were sacred animals held in captivity at hospitals associated with temples dedicated to Asclepius. The Greek text renders the first aphorism of the medical art father Hippocrates. Danish translation: "livet er kort, kunsten lang, det rette øjeblik hastigt…