In and Roman Hygieia (also Hygiea or Hygeia), was a daughter of the god of medicine, Asclepius. She was the goddess/personification of health, cleanliness, and sanitation. She was the daughter of Asclepius and Epione.
theancientwayoflife: “~ The Hope Hygieia. Place of origin: Italy, Ostia (?) or Rome Culture: Roman Date: A. after a Greek original of ca. 360 B.
Funerary relief from Neumagen depicting a woman's hair being dressed by her slaves, circa 220 AD, Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier, Germany | The panel shows a mistress at her morning toilette, served by 4 female slaves. Two women dress her hair, while the third holds a round mirror and the fourth brings a jug of water. All the women wear long-sleeved tunics, but the mistress also wears a palla bordered with a fringe.