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52 We have encountered the serpent at Delphi in the form of the Python, guardian of the goddess Earth’s sanctuary. 53 But for this single attestation, however, the serpent does not otherwise figure in the mythology and historical records at Delphi. By contrast, snakes figure prominently in Asklepian sanctuaries, and especially Epidauros. 54 The significance here of the serpent goes beyond a mere epiphany of a deity or chthonic spirits, and links the patient with primitive, earthly healing processes.
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