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510013465

Relief in the shape of a temple. Pentelic marble. Found in the sanctuary of Amphiaraos at Oropos. Depiction of the various phases in the curing of a patient. At the right a suppliant, probably the sick man or a relative, approaches venerating. At the left, Amphiaraos cures the same patient by touching him on the 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. 400-300 BC

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Relief in the shape of a temple.  Pentelic marble.  Found in the sanctuary of Amphiaraos at Oropos. Depiction of the various phases in the curing of a patient.  At the right a suppliant, probably the sick man or a relative, approaches venerating.  At the left, Amphiaraos cures the same patient by touching him on the 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.  400-300 BC