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One of the main ambitions of Renaissance architects used to be to enhance the powers of pneuma on the way to foster the paintings of health. crucial to the research of pneumatic structure are six Italian villas hooked up jointly through a ventilating approach of caves and tunnels, together with Eolia, during which Trento demonstrated an instructional circle of students that integrated Palladio, Tazzo and Ruzzante.
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Although it has not survived the destruction of the temple, this hearth is a main feature in the ancient accounts of mantic consultations. 36 Whether or not the conjunction of the four opposite elements at Delphi was deliberate, it is likely that, with the rise in prominence of the healing god Asklepios in the late fifth century BC, it was noted by members of the priestly clan of physicians known as the Asklepiadae, and linked to the Asklepian rites, which developed out of the cult of Apollo Epicurius, or ‘Healer’.

19 Barbara Kenda 2 Barbarano, 1762. Book VI, p. 137. 3 Ibid. 4 Virgil, 1999, pp. 266–267. 5 Kirk, Raven and Shofield, 1983. 6 Hippocrates, MCMXXIII, Vol. 1. 7 Hippocrates, 1981, Vol. II. 8 Ibid, p. 81. 9 Allbutt, 1910. 10 Wasserstein, 1982. 11 Vitruvius, MCMLXXXIII. 12 Ruggeri, 1625, Declamationum oratoriarum Pars altera. 13 Allbutt, 1910. 14 da Schio, Ms, Biblioteca Bertoliana, Vicenza, 2575/24–9–11; Francesco Tommasini, Genealogica Historia delle Famiglie Nobili Vicentine. Ms, Biblioteca Bertoliana, Gonz.

137. 3 Ibid. 4 Virgil, 1999, pp. 266–267. 5 Kirk, Raven and Shofield, 1983. 6 Hippocrates, MCMXXIII, Vol. 1. 7 Hippocrates, 1981, Vol. II. 8 Ibid, p. 81. 9 Allbutt, 1910. 10 Wasserstein, 1982. 11 Vitruvius, MCMLXXXIII. 12 Ruggeri, 1625, Declamationum oratoriarum Pars altera. 13 Allbutt, 1910. 14 da Schio, Ms, Biblioteca Bertoliana, Vicenza, 2575/24–9–11; Francesco Tommasini, Genealogica Historia delle Famiglie Nobili Vicentine. Ms, Biblioteca Bertoliana, Gonz. 3, 3336–3337. ” fols. 1– 283. 15 For more elaborate description on Trento’s invention of natural ventilation see Kenda (1998).

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