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Support Image for Eros Farnese

This is a support image for the Eros Farnese, known as the Eros Centocelle. It is another Roman copy that was made from the original Greek Eros of…

Supporting Image for God of Love

This supporting image shows that there were many roman copies of the same figure or statue. The support structures on many of these different copies varies.

Adolescent God of Love

This 157 cm (5.15 feet) tall marble carved statue can currently be found in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. This statue of Eros – the Greek…

Marble Sphinx

This marble sphinx statue is Roman, and dates back to 120 – 140 CE. It was excavated in Italy at the Villa of Antoninus Pius. The dimensions are…

Aphrodite, Pan, and Eros – Not preliminary- after researching

Aphrodite and Eros are fighting off the advances of Pan. Aphrodite is the naked goddess of beauty and love. Eros is the little winged son of Aphrodite. Pan…

Pan, Aphrodite and Eros

Pan and Aphrodite Sculpture of a group including Pan, Aphrodite and flying cherub. Pan is drawing Aphrodite towards him, but Aphrodite is holding her left sandal in her…

Pan Pulling A Thorn

This is a Roman copy of Pan pulling a thorn from a Satyr believed to have been made between the 1st and 2nd century B.C. It is a…

Cupid statue

Cupid Roman recreation of Greek original. He is older than the typical youth cupid we normally think of. He is probably made of marble. He is missing his…

Class notes

Harpy or Siren -harpies steal things from people, mostly food. And are very mischievous -Sirens sing a song to lure people to them – Sculpture made of stone,…

Goat Fish Class Notes

Fish-goat – Guess is that it is made out of bronze – Leslie thought maybe it was made of wood at first – No colour scheme as it…

Nike Goddess

This is an image of what appears to be a Nike or a Harpe. She is winged and appears to be dancing because of the flowing , smooth…

The Gold Statue of Three

This statue made of Gold and lapis lazuli is a depiction of myth of death and resurrection; the death of Osiris and birth of Horus. The myth states…

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