|Temple of Healing|
|Introduced in||Age of Mythology|
|Major God|| Zeus |
|Research Time||30 seconds|
|Effect||Temples can heal nearby units|
- Temples can heal nearby units, one at a time. Healing rate is 20 HP per second when the unit is idle.
Apollo was the father of Asclepius, the god of medicine, whose symbol, the caduceus, is still used as a symbol for medicine today (though is often portrayed as the winged staff of Hermes, not the serpent-entwined staff of Asclepius).
"I begin to sing of Asclepius, son of Apollo and healer of sicknesses. In the Dotian plain fair Koronis, daughter of King Phlegyas, bare him, a great joy to men, a soother of cruel pangs. And so hail to you, lord: in my song I make my prayer to thee!"
--Homeric Hymn XVI
|Greek Mythological Technologies|
|Olympic Parentage (Zeus) · Vaults of Erebus (Hades) · Lord of Horses (Poseidon)|
|Athena||Sarissa · Aegis Shield · Labyrinth of Minos|
|Hermes||Spirited Charge · Slyvan Lore · Winged Messenger|
|Ares||Phobos' Spear of Panic · Will of Kronos · Enyo's Bow of Horror · Deimos' Sword of Dread|
|Apollo||Sun Ray · Oracle · Temple of Healing|
|Dionysus||Bacchanalia · Anastrophe · Thracian Horses|
|Aphrodite||Golden Apples · Divine Blood · Roar of Orthus|
|Hera||Monstrous Rage · Face of the Gorgon · Athenian Wall|
|Hephaestus||Forge of Olympus · Hand of Talos · Shoulder of Talos · Weapon of the Titans|
|Artemis||Flames of Typhon · Shafts of Plague · Trierarch|