Category:Statue of Hygieia by Timotheos (Athens)

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Français : Statue d'Hygie par Timothéos (Athènes)
Artist attributed to
Timotheus   Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q1342534
Alternative names Timotheos
Description Greek sculptor
Location of birth Epidaurus (possibly)
Work period between circa 380 and circa 350 BC
Work location Helicarnassus (353-350 BC), Epidaurus (ca. 380-75 BC)
Authority control
Object type statue
Statue of Hygieia. The goddess is depicted leaning forwards to feed the snake, the symbol of Askleopios and of Hygieia herself, part of which is preserved next to her left leg.
Date between circa 380 and circa 370 BC
Medium sculpture in the round / Pentelic marble
Dimensions Height: 90 cm (35.4 in)
National Archaeological Museum  Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q637187  (Inventory)
National Archaeological Museum
Native name Εθνικό Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο
Location 44 Patission Avenue, Athens
Coordinates 37° 59′ 21″ N, 23° 43′ 57″ E Link to OpenStreetMap Link to Google Maps
Established 1829
Web page
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Accession number 299
Object history : excavated. Place: Epidaurus.
References Kaltsas, Nikolaos () Sculpture: In the National Archaeological Museum, Athens, The J. Paul Getty Museum ISBN: 9780892366866.

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