Mnemosyne at the Asklepieia

  title={Mnemosyne at the Asklepieia},
  author={Stephen P. Ahearne-Kroll},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  pages={99 - 118}
T he cures at ancient Asklepieia were not received exclusively through the actions of Asklepios, although he was the one who was given credit for these cures. Instead, a whole host of gods was present, and their presence was just as important to the healing process as the encounter with Asklepios. At Epidauros, 1 Pergamon, 2 Erythrai, 3 Amphipolis, 4 and Thessalian Tricca, 5 we know that there were preliminary sacrifices and rituals to gods other than Asklepios before one could undergo… 
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