Statue of a snake
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Stone figure of a coiled snake, which is headless. Snakes, as well as being symbols of danger, were also associated with rebirth and protection. Purchased by Wellcome at auction in 1906 from the collection of Robert de Rustafjaell.
- Last modified: 05 Dec 2020