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3369

Marble votive relief in the shape of a naiskos (small temple), found in the sanctuary of Amphiaraos at Oropos.
400-350 BC.

The relief depicts the various phases in the curing of a patient. At the right a suppliant, probably the sick man or a relative. In the centre the patient is cured during his sleep. At the left, Amphiaraos cures the same patient by touching his shoulder. The panel on a tall base in the background denotes the sacred area in which the events are taking place. According to the inscription, the relief was dedicated to Amphiaraos by Archinos. Height 0,49 m., width 0,54 m.

 
 
 
 
 
     
     
                    
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