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Z23.1 ASKLEPIOS

Museum Collection: Archaeological Museum of Cos, Cos, Greece
Catalogue Number: TBA
Type: Mosaic
Context: Cos
Date: C2nd - C3rd AD
Period: Imperial Roman

SUMMARY

The god Asklepios disembarks from a ship holding his serpent-coiled staff in hand. He is welcomed to the island by two Koans. The seated figure on the left is probably the physician Hippokrates.

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