Upon single features of the cult of Asklepios much has been
written in German, in French, and in English; but no one has as yet
attempted a general descriptive treatment of the cult as a whole.
The aim of this work is to give in narrative form the results
obtained by a careful comparison of material from the different
localities, and also to show by means of indexes what material is
used. The arrangement is topical and, so far as possible,
chronological. At the end of the narrative are two indexes, one of
allusions to Asklepios and his cult in Greek and Latin literature
and inscriptions, and the second is a classification of the
localities in which the cult is known or supposed to have existed.
The aim has been to make them exhaustive so far as concerns the
inscriptions and important authors. There is added an index of
topics and names which refers both to the discussion and the main
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