From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the Greek symbol. For the (mis)usage as a medical symbol, see Caduceus as a symbol of medicine. For the medical symbol with one snake, often mistakenly referred to as a caduceus, see Rod of Asclepius.
- Origin and comparative mythology
The term kerukeion denoted any herald's staff, not...
- Classical antiquity
Punishment of Ixion: in the center is Mercury holding the...
- Early modern use
During the early modern period, the caduceus was used a...
- Origin and comparative mythology
It is also called the "herald's wand". The caduceus appeared as a golden staff with wings and a pair of serpents wrapped around it. This short article about religion can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it.
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CADUCEUS was a medical expert system finished in the mid-1980s (first begun in the 1970s- it took a long time to build the knowledge base) by Harry Pople (of the University of Pittsburgh), building on Pople's years of interviews with Dr. Jack Meyers, one of the top internal medicine diagnosticians and a professor at the University of Pittsburgh.
Apr 30, 2020 · Noun caduceus (plural caducei) The official wand carried by a herald in ancient Greece and Rome, specifically the one carried in mythology by Hermes, the messenger of the gods, usually represented with two snakes twined around it. quotations ▼
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- 1960 Inter Dominion
- United States
Caduceus was a New Zealand bred Standardbred racehorse. Caduceus is notable for winning the 1960 Inter Dominion Trotting Championship, trotting's premiership event in Australia and New Zealand, from a handicap of 36 yards, in front of a world record crowd. Prior to this in New Zealand, he had won major events including the New Zealand Free For All sprint race on three occasions plus the Auckland Pacing Cup. In 1960, he went to the United States, the first to prove he could match the very top US
Without doubt the most memorable is that which took place on 13 February 1960 at Harold Park Paceway, Sydney, when the "mighty atom" Caduceus from New Zealand defeated Australia's Apmat in the final of the Inter Dominion before a world record crowd of 50,346. Caduceus and Apmat had been singled out as the best two chances in a star-studded final field, and throughout the heat series, it could be seen that the rivalry which existed between these two great horses had been carried on to their drive
In 1960, aged nine, Caduceus went to the United States to compete in the annual Yonkers Raceway International Series. Caduceus showed he was the equal of the top American horses, even winning the last race of the series, only to be disqualified. He was then leased to American interests, and at 10 years was still winning races. He won 82 races before he was returned to New Zealand and sired 18 winners before his early death after only two seasons at stud.
- DR and DD Moore
- U Scott (USA)
- 1 September 1950
Caduceus Cellars is a winery in Jerome, Arizona, United States. It is owned by Maynard James Keenan, who is best known as the vocalist for Grammy Award-winning progressive metal band Tool. He is descended from Northern Italian winemakers. While the winery is named after the caduceus, an ancient symbol for commerce and staff of the Greek god Hermes, the vineyard is named Merkin Vineyards, after a pubic wig.
Viticulture in Arizona began in the 18th century when missionary Spanish Jesuit priests began to plant grapevines and make wine for use in Christian religious ceremonies. Unlike most vineyards in Arizona, which are located in the southeastern portion of the state near Tucson, Caduceus Cellars and Merkin Vineyards are based in the unincorporated area of Page Springs/Cornville, Arizona, southwest of Keenan's place of residence, as well as the cellar where wine tasting is available, in Jerome. Keen
Caduceus' first wine, the limited edition Primer Paso, sold out, and was followed by a Nagual de la Naga and a Nagual del Sensei. Later wines include the Nagual de la Naga, Merkin Vineyards Chupacabra, Merkin Vineyards Shinola, Nagual del Judith, and Sancha. Keenan's mother died in 2003, at the age of 59, due to complications from a brain aneurysm. Following her death, he scattered her ashes across one of his vineyards, later honoring her memory with his Cabernet Sauvignon "Nagual del Judith", t
Keenan, a musician with the rock bands Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer, began scheduling all records, promoting and touring around the winery's most important weeks shortly after its establishment. Keenan remarked, "These guys know that I've gotta be in Arizona for the harvesting and processing, and then I'll need to be back there again for the bottling. We'll be working our touring schedule around it." During the fall of 2008, Keenan began a small promotional tour with Eric Glomski, promoti
Blood Into Wine is a documentary about Keenan and Glomski's embarkation into winemaking in the desert conditions of Arizona's Verde Valley, and the success they've seen in the decade since its inception. The trailer, co-produced by Moog filmmakers Ryan Page and Christopher Pomerenke, was released on the web on June 11, 2009, on twinklecashcompany.com. The movie was released in March 2010 theatrically and on DVD and Blu-ray in September 2010.
- Jerome, Arizona, USA
- Maynard James Keenan
Caduceus (latinaksi) tai kerykeion (kreik. Κηρύκειον) (kreikaksi) on sanansaattajan sauva, jonka ympärille on symmetrisesti kietoutuneena kaksi käärmettä, jotka katsovat toisiaan. Toisinaan sauvaan on myös sijoitettu siipipari.
Caduceus Clay is a firbolg cleric who worships The Wildmother. He is played by Taliesin Jaffe. 1 Description 1.1 Appearance 1.2 Personality 2 Biography 2.1 Background 2.2 Chapter 11 2.3 Chapter 12 2.4 Chapter 13 2.5 Chapter 14 2.6 Chapter 15 2.7 Chapter 16 2.8 Chapter 17 2.9 Chapter 18 3...