A snake is winding around a beautiful woman’s leg, and the beautiful woman is not afraid of the snake. And stroked the snake’s head with his hand. She was looking at the snake. Yan Shengli was full of tenderness. The snake seemed to have herbs in its mouth. This is the Hygeia statue. She looks very elegant.
Hygieia was the ancient Greek goddess of health. She gave her name to the hygiene concept. In classical sculpture, she has often depicted holding or feeding a serpent in her arms. Her other official symbols are a large pool of water and a snake. Hygieia’s worshipped statues were scattered throughout the empire decorated with offerings. Hygieia in Greece means sound or complete. Hygiene in medicine is the maintenance of the integrity and health of the body. This is called health. Today, the Hygeia statues are also very popular with people. People hope that she can make her body become more healthy.