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The art and science gallery.com is a place that is moving between vision and practice. After years of research we decided to revive old scientific tools trying to provide the hand of the first artist to the current descendant, who willy-nilly carries the experiences of thousands of years.

Everything you will find in the e-shop is of our own design and construction.

Welcome to feelings shelter created.

Enjoy with our unique artwork, initially, from the world of medicine

 

  • Special scientists studied for years the exibition products. (published essays at 24grammata.com)
  • Unique craftsmen followed the instructions of the scientists respecting thoroughly the knowledge of the construction.
  • We undertook a pioneer venture, drawing new paths at the art of science.

Welcome,
George Damianos
Scientifique Consultant

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Comella, A. (1981). ‘Tipologia e diffusione dei complessi votive in Italia in epoca medio e tardo repubblicana: Contributo alla storia dell’artigianto antico.’ Mélanges de l’École française de Rome93: 717–803
Anatomical Votive Reliefs as Evidence for Specialization at Healing Sanctuaries in the Ancient Mediterranean World By Steven M. Oberhelman
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Hygeia, museum of cycladic art, Athens
Borkowski Z. Lajatar 1993 “medicamenton an ostracon from near Pathos, Cyprus
Oakleyj. 2013 The Grekk Vase. Art of the story Teller, London
SimpsonJ.Y. 1853 Note of some ancient Greek medical Vases for containg Lykion
Mossè C. 1984, La grece archaique da Homerie a Escchyle, Paris
Hygeia, museum of cycladic art
Boudon-Millot, Véronique, Alessia Guardasole, and Caroline Magdelaine, eds. La science médicale antique: Nouveaux regards; études réunies en l’honneur de Jacques Jouanna. Paris: Beauchesne, 2007.
Michaelides, Demetrios, ed. Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Oxford: Oxbow, 2014.
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Laennec, R. T. H. (1819) De l’Auscultation Médiate ou Traité du Diagnostic des Maladies des Poumons et du Coeur. Paris: Brosson & Chaudé (The complete title of this book, often referred to as the ‘Treatise’ is De l’Auscultation Médiate ou Traité du Diagnostic des Maladies des Poumons et du Coeur (On Mediate Auscultation or Treatise on the Diagnosis of the Diseases of the Lungs and Heart)
Laennec, R. T. H.; Forbes, John, Sir, A treatise on the diseases of the chest and on mediate auscultation (1835). New York : Samuel Wood & Sons ; Philadelphia : Desilver, Thomas & Co. See “XXIV Life Of The Author..
Dohrn-van Rossum, Gerhard (1996). History of the Hour: Clocks and Modern Temporal Orders. Trans. Thomas Dunlap. The University of Chicago Press.
Noble, J.V. & De Solla Price, D. J. “The Water clock in the Tower of the Winds.” American Journal of Archaeology, 72, 1968, pp. 345-355.
Hill, D.R. (Ed. & Trans.) (1976). Archimedes “On the Construction of Water-Clocks,” Turner & Devereux, Paris.
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