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Marble Sculpture of Hygeia, Goddess of Health - PF.0210
Origin: Samaria, Israel
Circa: 200 AD to 400 AD
Dimensions: 23.5" (59.7cm) high x 7.5" (19.1cm) wide
Catalogue: V1
Collection: Classical
Medium: Marble

Additional Information: SOLD

Location: Great Britain
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Daughter of Asklepios, god of healing, Hygeia was frequently pictured in antiquity with her father, and is mentioned in the Hippocratic oath immediately after him. In a world that understood little about the mysteries of medicine, the goddess of health was a deity whose blessing was important. She stands here--serene and gracious--with an attitude of healthful benevolence that is still comforting even in a better-informed modern age. - (PF.0210)


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