Include the world of ancient Greek in your life and add style to your favorite space with the Hygieia Greek Pantheon Statue. This goddess statue will surely fit in your Greek home decor. You can also give it as a gift. Made from polystone, this hand-painted mini mythology statue depicts the Greek goddess of hygiene standing on a rectangular platform. The platform has a small plaque that reads Hygieia.
The cream-colored statue features the goddess looking down at her hands. She holds a golden snake and bowl, getting ready to milk it for its venom. The snake wraps around her arms and around her back.
The goddess wears a flowing robe, or chiton. A golden band sits at her waist. You can add this mini Greek goddess statue to any Grecian collection. It works in small spaces, so you can add it to a table, desk, or shelf.
History of Hygieia
This daughter of Asclepius lends her name to the word hygiene as health, cleanliness, and sanitation were her domains. In addition, the goddess was named in the original Hippocratic oath for medical practitioners. A 1st century statue included the snake and bowl aspects shown here.
- Based on Greek mythology
- Depicts the goddess milking a snake
- Plaque reads Hygieia
- Fits a variety of spaces
- Great decor piece and collectible
- Made from polystone
- Length: 1.6 Inches
- Width: 1.6 Inches
- Height: 3.6 Inches
Measurements are approximate.