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"Aesculapius as Pupil of Chiron " (see related A | B | C | D) Jeam-Baptiste Reginault (1784-1829) Louvre Museum, Paris, France

After Apollo extracted by cesarean section Aesculapius from the corpse of the pregnant Clio he took his son to the centaur Chiron. Chiron (kiro-fano in Spanish stands for "surgery: room) raised Esculapius and trained him in the manual Medical skills (Chiro-practice) - ("chiro" is a root for "hand" or "mano" in Spanish). 

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