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Asclepius, Asklepios, Aesculap

Deutsch: Kolossaler Kopf, auf Melos gefunden. Spätere Kunstform, erhabene zeusähnliche Gesichtszüge zur freundlichen Milde herabgestimmt.
English: Colossal head of Melos found. Later art form, raised Zeus-like facial features toned down to the friendly mildness.
Date (published 1888)
Source Baumeister: Denkmäler des klassischen Altertums. 1888. Band I, Seite 138.
Author K. A. Baumeister (Description de Morée III. pl.29)
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