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A Physician’s Feast

July 15, 2009 by


Galen was an Ancient Greek physician who lived around 129-210 AD. His descriptions of anatomy were used up until the sixteenth century (the time of Galileo) even though he only dissected animals and not humans, which lead to some errors in his work. His anatomy focused on the humours, or fluids, that permeated the body. […]


September 16, 2008 by


I’ve often walked past the Athenian restaurant in Barrack St. I stop to admire the statue of Athena donated to the people of Sydney by the mayor of Athens. So when I was searching for a restaurant in the city that could handle a large group, with a request for European food, Athenian seemed worth […]


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