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This is my own picture posted to Flickr.  The Three Graces, Louvre Museum, Roman copy , 2nd century CE.

This is my own picture posted to Flickr. The Three Graces, Louvre Museum, Roman copy , 2nd century CE.

Three Graces Louvre : Roman copy of the Imperial Era (2nd century AD?) after a Hellenistic original. Restored for a large part in 1609 by Nicolas Cordier (1565-1612) for Cardinal Borghese.

Three Graces Louvre : Roman copy of the Imperial Era (2nd century AD?) after a Hellenistic original. Restored for a large part in 1609 by Nicolas Cordier (1565-1612) for Cardinal Borghese.

Statuette of Erato seated, from Myrina, Turkey (stone). Greek (1st century BC) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Statuette of Erato seated, from Myrina, Turkey (stone). Greek (1st century BC) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Three Tyches - Louvre - Tyche (Greek: luck) is the Greek goddess of chance or fortune. Her Roman equivalent is the goddess Fortuna. Read more http://earthpages.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/tyche/

Three Tyches - Louvre - Tyche (Greek: luck) is the Greek goddess of chance or fortune. Her Roman equivalent is the goddess Fortuna. Read more http://earthpages.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/tyche/

Aphrodite agenouillée dans une coquille. Vers 300-275 av J.-C. Figurine. 3e siècle av J.-C., période hellénistique (323-31 av J.-C.) (Grèce). Paris, musée du Louvre

Aphrodite agenouillée dans une coquille. Vers 300-275 av J.-C. Figurine. 3e siècle av J.-C., période hellénistique (323-31 av J.-C.) (Grèce). Paris, musée du Louvre

Aphrodite figure, known as "The Venus of Arles" - Hymettus marble, Roman imperial period, circa 1st c. BC

Aphrodite figure, known as "The Venus of Arles" - Hymettus marble, Roman imperial period, circa 1st c. BC

Seated girl, Roman statue (marble), possibly copy after Hellenistic original from the school of Lysippus, 2nd century AD (if copy, then original 4th c. BC), (Centrale Montemartini, Rome).

Seated girl, Roman statue (marble), possibly copy after Hellenistic original from the school of Lysippus, 2nd century AD (if copy, then original 4th c. BC), (Centrale Montemartini, Rome).

Roman marble relief of Vulcan (Hephaestus) from Herculaneum, 1st century BC - 1st century AD. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

Roman marble relief of Vulcan (Hephaestus) from Herculaneum, 1st century BC - 1st century AD. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

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