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Definition of Archiater

Archiater
Archiater Ar"chi*a`ter, n. [L. archiatrus, Gr. ?; pref. ? + ? physician, ? to heal.] Chief physician; -- a term applied, on the continent of Europe, to the first or body physician of princes and to the first physician of some cities. --P. Cyc.

Meaning of Archiater from wikipedia

- An archiater was a chief physician of a monarch, who typically retained several. At the Roman imperial court, their chief held the high rank and specific...
- postponed, as Linnaeus felt too busy. In 1747, Linnaeus was given the title archiater, or chief physician, by the Swedish king Adolf Frederick—a mark of great...
- of Finland's public child welfare clinic system, and held the title of archiater for forty years. Ylppö was born in 1887 in Akaa, Finland into a farming...
- Archduke German Ceremonial/ executive Hereditary Courtly/ supranational Archiater Gr**** Administrative/ executive Appointed Institutional (court (royal))...
- he mentions Patriarch Cyril of Alexandria, who died in 444, and Petrus archiater, probably the physician of Theodoric the Great, whom he defines as a contemporary...
- Sirkesalo, singer (1962–2004) Arvo Ylppö, pediatrician, professor, and archiater; credited as the father of Finland's public child welfare clinic system...
- settled in Breslau as physician. In 1580, he was named imperial physician (Archiater Caesareus) by Rudolf II on the recommendation of Johannes Crato von Krafftheim...
- where a certain Felix is referred as holding the high medical dignity of archiater, or chief doctor of his community. The editio princeps of his work was...
- prin****lly celebrated for having been the first person on whom the title of "Archiater" is known to have been conferred, and also for having been the inventor...
- Moscow and had a private medical practice. In 1738, under the patronage of archiater Johann Bernhard Fischer, he became head physician at the Moscow military...
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