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Hippocrates was an ancient Greek physician of the Age of Pericles, considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine.
Hippocrates may also refer to:
- Hippocrates (physician), the name of several other physicians related to Hippocrates
- Hippocrates of Chios, ancient Greek geometer who wrote the first known work systematizing the fundamentals of geometry
- Hippocrates of Athens (died 424 BC), ancient Greek general who was slain at the battle of Delium
- Hippocrates, father of Peisistratos
- Hippocrates (lunar crater)
- Hippocrates of Gela, ancient Greek tyrant who dominated Sicilian politics during his rule between 498 BC and 491 BC
- Pseudo-Hippocrates, an anonymous writer, dubbed with the name because his works had been included in Hippocratic Corpus
- Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine
- "Hypocrates", song from 2012 album Electra Heart by Welsh singer Marina and the Diamonds
- Hippocrate, a 2014 French film directed by Thomas Lilti
People with the given name Hippocrates
- Hippocrates Smethwyck, fictional character from the Harry Potter series
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