Healing of Archinos
"Relief in the form of a shrine, offering of Archinos to Amphiaraos (according to the inscription below the figures). On the left Amphiaraos, standing, is treating the r. shoulder of a young man. The latter is represented again, at the back, asleep on a bed, while the snake glides over his shoulder. On the edge a third scene: the dedication of a stele, with relief by Archinos to the shrine of the god. High in the centre of the cornice two apotropaic eyes. Found in the precint of Amphiaraos at Oropos. A splendid example of its kind, noteworthy for its representation of successive episodes." (Wellcome Image Database)
First half of the 4th century BC
Size: Height 0.49 m. - width 0.545 m.
Collection: Wellcome Images
Library reference no.: Museum No. 3369 and Slide number 5380