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Hygieia (Greek deity)

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Personal name headingHygieia (Greek deity)
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Found inGesneri Cassellani marmoris, quo continentur hymni in Aesculapium, Hygeam et Telesphorum, 1753: t.p. (Hygeam)
Encyclopedia Mythica via WWW, Nov. 25, 2013 (Hygieia, one of the daughters of Asklepios and granddaughter of Apollo, played an important role in the cult of Asklepios as a giver of health. She is often identified with health and is sometimes called The Health. Her sacred snake together with the rod of Asklepios is the symbol for medicine)
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