ANCIENT ART
MYTHOLOGY IN THE ART | Greek mythology | Hygieia
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1. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Female head (Hygieia?).
Marble. Greek work, 350325 BCE.
Inv. No. 3602.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
2. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Female head (Hygieia?).
Marble. Greek work, 350325 BCE.
Inv. No. 3602.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
3. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Female head (Hygieia?).
Marble. Greek work, 350325 BCE.
Inv. No. 3602.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
4. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Bust of goddess Hygieia.
Pentelic marble. Roman copy.
Alt. 113; Inv. No. 8588.
Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Altemps.
5. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Group with Asklepius and Hygieia.
Marble. Roman copy from the time of Hadrian after a late Hellenistic original.
Inv. No. 571.
Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum, Gallery of statues, 33.
6. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Double female herma (Hygieia?).
Bronze. Early 2nd cent. CE.
Inv. No. A4/1146.
Verona, Archaeological Museum.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Double female herma (Hygieia?).
Bronze. Early 2nd cent. CE.
Inv. No. A4/1146.
Verona, Archaeological Museum.
8. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Hygieia.
Marble. Roman copy after Greek model of the first third of 4th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. I. 36.
Vienna, Museum of Art History.
9. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Hygieia.
Marble. Roman copy after Greek model of the first third of 4th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. I. 36.
Vienna, Museum of Art History.
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