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Roman sculpture showing ancient god Glycon
Roman sculpture showing the ancient god Glycon, with the body of a snake and the head of a gazelle, who is associated with Asclepius (Esculap), the god of medicine. Object dated to the mid-2nd century CE. The artifact is in the National Museum of History and Archeology in Constanta, Romania.
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