Soranus of Ephesus was an ancient Greek physician. He lived in Rome. He was the most important representative of ancient medicine.
Soranus was the son of Meander and Phoebe. He studied at Ephesus and Alexandria. He worked in Rome during the time of Emperors Trajan and Hadrian.
He belonged to the methodical school and wrote medical and other writings. These writings dealt with gynaecological diseases. He gave emphasis to anatomy. He also wrote a biography of Hippocrates and a dictionary of the parts of the body.
Mary Tourkodimitri, Grade 2, 2nd Junior High School of Paralia