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Aesculapius and Telesphorus on coins

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An interesting thread from cointalk.com dealing with Asclepius (Greek) also known as Aesculapius (Latin), with his sidekick Telesphorus.

In ancient Greek religionTelesphorus(Greek: Τελεσφόρος Telesphoros) was a minor child-god of healing. He was a possible son of Asclepius and frequently accompanied his sister Hygieia. He was depicted as a dwarf whose head was always covered with a cowl hood or cap. “

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https://www.cointalk.com/threads/asklepios-and-telesphoros-recovery-tag-team.378595/


 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telesphorus_(mythology)

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