Sirona - the Roman Goddess of Healing
Sirona means 'exalted big star'. In a high-relief from the second half of the 2nd century AD, she accompanied the cult image of Apollo in a sanctuary.
The attributes of her healing power are the shell (patera) with three eggs and the snake, which winds around the arm of the goddess and drinks from an egg.
The impressive size of the statuette of Sirona gives something special to any place where you display it.
- Location of the original find: Hanlan, district Bernkastel-Kues, Germany
- Original find kan be seen at the Landesmuseum Trier, Germany
- Height of the source goddess: approx. 25 cm
- Real Alabaster plaster patinated
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