theriaca An·drom·a·chi noun \-an-ˈdräm-ə-ˌkī\
Biographical Note for THERIACA ANDROMACHI
An·drom·a·chus \an-ˈdräm-ə-kəs\ (audio pronunciation) (flourished 1st century ),
Greek physician. Andromachus was physician to the Roman emperor Nero. He is credited with the invention of the famous antidote for poison now known as theriaca Andromachi.
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