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Uterus
Engraved before 1811 from an original in the then Museum Pio Clemens in Rome (Click for details)
Esculapius (Medicine) between Mercury (Merchants) and the Graces (Medicine, Hygiene and Panacea)
Esculapius dealt with Patients - Merchants make deals with Clients

~ UTERUS  note trio
^u        see> WOMB
          see> MATRIX
          see> HYSTERIA
  biol> med>   A MAMMALIAN ORGAN FOR
               FETAL GESTATION or
  EUTOPIC SITE FOR PREGNANCY or
  UTOPIC  GESTATIONS in contrast to
  ECTOPIC GESTATIONS
  skt UDARA      UTERUS      see> UTOPIA
      UTTERAS    HIGHER      sug> MATRIARCHY
  lat UTRICULUM  SAC         sug> CAVITY
  gr HUSTERA     UTERUS      sug> UTOPIA
     HYSTEROS    WOMB        see> WOMAN
  lat UENTER     or          sug> VENTRAL
      VENTER     ABDOMEN     see> ABDUCT
      UTERUS     MATRIX      see> MATTER
   ukr MATY      TO HAVE and sug> TO BE
                 MOTHER      see> MATRON
       MATYZIA   UTERUS or   see> MATRICULATE
   lat MATRIX    WOMB        see> HYSTERIA
   lit+ "UTERO FERRE SEMINA "        sug> FERRY  CARRY
        THE UTERUS CARRIES THE SEED  sug> SEMINAL
   ply> | THE UTILITY OF THE UTERINE MATTER
          IS TO MATERIALIZE MATERNITY into
   FETAL UTOPIA or ECTOPIA or ECTOPIC PREGNANCY  | 
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