Category:Statue of Hygieia by Timotheos (Athens)
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)|
|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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