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English: A statue of Asclepius. The Glypotek, Copenhagen.
Norsk bokmål: Asklepios, Glypoteket, København.
Date Originally uploaded 2004-11-18
Source The Norwegian (bokmål) Wikipedia, Bilde:Asklepios.3.jpg
Author Nina Aldin Thune
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