c. A.D. 3 - c.A.D.64
or c.25 BC - c.50 Roman Author
Aulus Cornelius Celsus wrote about philosophy, agriculture, medicine and warfare, and is considered the greatest Roman medical writer.
He is the most important source for present-day knowledge of Alexandrian
medicine. He recommended cleanliness and the washing of wounds with
antiseptic substances, such as vinegar.