Footnote 12:

Iliad 11.514:

i)htro\j ga\r a)nhr pollw=n a)nta/cioj a)/llwn i)ou/j t’ e)kta/mnein e)pi\ t' h)/pia fa/rmaka pa/ssein.

“A healer is a man worth many men in his knowledge of cutting out arrows and putting kindly medicines on wounds.” (Lattimore) For a bibliography of Homeric medicine, see Sigerist 1961, p. 35 n. 4; A.H.M. Kerkhoff, Janus 62 (1975) 43-9, and Laser 1983.