File:Votive relief Asklepios BM809.jpg

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English: Votive relief for the cure of a bad leg, inscription. Found in 1828 in the same sanctuary in Milos, Ægean Sea, as the head BM Sculpture 550.
Français : Relief votif offert pour la guérison d'une jambe malade. Découvert en 1828 dans le même sanctuaire de l'île de Milo, en mer Égée, que la tête BM Sculpture 550.
Date between circa 100 and circa 200 AD
Medium marble
medium QS:P186,Q40861
Dimensions Height: 31 in (78.7 cm); Width: 8 in (20.3 cm)
dimensions QS:P2048,31U218593;P2049,8U218593
Upper floor, Room 69, Greece and Rome: Daily Life, case 3
Accession number
GR 1867.5-8.117 (Cat. Sculpture 809)
Object history : discovered (Milos, Cyclades)
Credit line

Blacas Collection;

: purchased
Inscriptions ΑϹΚΛΗΠΙΩ ΚΑΙ ΥΓΕΙΑ ΤΥΧΗ ΕΥΧΑΡΙϹΤΗΡΙΟΝ [Tyche [dedicated this] to Asclepios and Hygieia as a thanking gift]


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current10:36, 2 January 2007Thumbnail for version as of 10:36, 2 January 20071,490 × 2,650 (2.83 MB)Jastrow (talk | contribs){{BritishMuseum |Unknown |Votive relief for the cure of a bad leg, inscription “Tyche [dedicated this] to Asklepios and Hygieia as a thanking gift”. Marble, ca. 100–200 AD. Found in 1828 in a sanctuary in Milos, Ægean Sea. |H. 31 cm (12 in.), W. 20
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