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A Roman copy of a statue thought to be a reproduction of the Aphrodite of the Gardens by Alcamenes, Musée du Louvre. Aphrodite: Goddess of love, beauty and sexuality

Pictures Really Don't Do It Justice

Pictures Really Don’t Do It Justice

Demeter, Herculaneum    One of the statues from the exhibition "Ercolano: tre secoli di scoperte" ("Herculaneum: three centuries of discovery") at the Naples archaeological museum. A number of the statues from the exhibition haven't been on display for some time.    This marble statue shows Demeter and is a relatively recent discovery. It was found on 21 April 1997 near a monumental structure of ancient Herculaneum, located to the southwest of the Villa of the Papyri.

Demeter, Herculaneum One of the statues from the exhibition "Ercolano: tre secoli di scoperte" ("Herculaneum: three centuries of discovery") at the Naples archaeological museum. A number of the statues from the exhibition haven't been on display for some time. This marble statue shows Demeter and is a relatively recent discovery. It was found on 21 April 1997 near a monumental structure of ancient Herculaneum, located to the southwest of the Villa of the Papyri.

Eerie | Creepy | Surreal | Uncanny | Strange | 不気味 | Mystérieux | Strano | trag by bogdan dobrota

Eerie | Creepy | Surreal | Uncanny | Strange | 不気味 | Mystérieux | Strano | trag by bogdan dobrota

The contrast between the shadow in this sculpture is very nice. I like the texture in the hair. The eyes are symmetrical.

The contrast between the shadow in this sculpture is very nice. I like the texture in the hair. The eyes are symmetrical.

Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal, Ancient Greek, Fragment of the relief decoration from the parapet (now destroyed), Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens. Marble, last quarter of the 5th century.

Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal, Ancient Greek, Fragment of the relief decoration from the parapet (now destroyed), Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens. Marble, last quarter of the 5th century.

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