Ancient Roman Asclepius and Hygeia Intaglio Ring Circa 2nd Century AD

A Roman carnelian intaglio depicting Asclepius and Hygeia, c.2nd century AD, Asclepius, God of Medicine depicted with his snake-entwined staff, his daughter Hygeia, Goddess of health depicted with her bowl and snake, in a later gold ring mount, intaglio 1cm high, ring size 7 Weight: 4,6gr.
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Ancient Roman Asclepius and Hygeia Intaglio Ring Circa 2nd Century AD
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  • Ancient Roman Asclepius and Hygeia Intaglio Ring Circa 2nd Century AD
  • Ancient Roman Asclepius and Hygeia Intaglio Ring Circa 2nd Century AD
  • Ancient Roman Asclepius and Hygeia Intaglio Ring Circa 2nd Century AD

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