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GREEK GODDESS HYGEIA STATUES
HYGEA AND ASCLEPIUS or ASCLEPIOS STATUES
GODDESS OF NURSING, HEALTH AND HEALING
HYGEIA RUBBER STAMP
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Greek Goddess Hygea Statue Greek Goddess Hygea Statue Greek Goddess Hygea Statue Greek Goddess Hygea Statue Greek Goddess Hygea Statue    Greek Goddess Hygea Statue with Caduceus
The Goddess of Health and Healing and Nursing

*The Caduceus she carries is an ancient Greek or Roman herald's wand, typically one with two serpents twined around it, carried by the messenger god Hermes or Mercury traditionally associated with healing.

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$49.90

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Greek Goddess Hygea Statue

hygieia and asclepius  hygea and asclepios statue
hygea and asclepios statue
Goddess Hygea with Asclepius Statue
9 inch  Walnut colored Gypsumstone.
The Goddess of Health and Healing aided by her father and mentor Asclepius,
the God of Medicine and Surgery.


$48.00

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[Vatican Museum, Rome]


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Hippocrates God of Medicine Statue Hippocrates God of Medicine Statue Hippocrates God of Medicine Statue
See also Hippocrites Statue
Greek God of Medicine

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Hippocrates God of Medicine Statue
13 inches high / 33.02 cm
Base: 3 inches x 4 inches
7.62cm x 10.16cm

The God who is the father of Medicine is depicted with his Oath in hand, as well as a staff and snake of regeneration and renewal.


$63.00

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Goddess Hygieia Rubber Stamp  hygieia rubber stamp Greek Goddess Hygieia Rubber Stamp
2.5 inches x 1.25 inches
High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on straight-sided
hardwood blocks with a thick rubber sponge
between the image and the block.



$10.00

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Goddess Hygieia / Hygea / Hygiea

The daughter of Asclepios, the God of medicine, She was worshipped as the Goddess of Health. Her worship probably started in the 4th century at Epidauros in association with the great temple to Asclepios where thousands of infirm people came for medical assistance. The beautiful marble head from which the bust reproduction was made has a divine sweetness and is thought to have been the work of Skopas, one of the three greatest sculptors of the 4th century B.C. It probably belonged to a statue which stood in the temple of Athena Alea at Tegea in the Peleponnese.

Hygieia and Asclepius, the Divine Healers

Physicians and nursing professionals trace their curative skills back to Hygieia, the Goddess of Health, whose inscriptions appear on the Acropolis in Athens. She is aided by the God of Medicine, Asclepius. This son of Apollo founded a famous temple of healing at Epidaurus, which became the model for the earliest hospital. Their serpent companion epitomizes rejuvenation, sloughing off its old skin for new each year.