Three Venus Statues

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Branko van Oppen
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published on 02 May 2019
Three Venus Statues

Three marble sculptures of “Venus” (left to right): Venus of Arles (194 cm, ca. late 1st cent. BCE; Louvre inv. no. Ma 439), proper right arm and lower left arm are modern restorations; Venus of Milos (202 cm, 100-50 BCE; Louvre inv. no. Ma 399); Venus of Capua (210 cm, ca. 1st-3rd cent. CE; MAN, Naples, inv. no. 6017), both arms are modern restorations.

Image compilation by Branko Van Oppen using photos from Wikimedia Commons. Photo of Venus of Arles and Venus of Capua taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen, 2010 and 2011, respectively; photo of Venus de Milo taken by Livioandronico2013, 2016.


About the Author

Branko van Oppen
Branko van Oppen is an exhibition curator and independent scholar specialized in Ptolemaic queenship as well as Hellenistic art and ideology.

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Oppen, B. V. (2019, May 02). Three Venus Statues. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/10513/

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Oppen, Branko V. "Three Venus Statues." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Last modified May 02, 2019. https://www.ancient.eu/image/10513/.

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Oppen, Branko V. "Three Venus Statues." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 02 May 2019. Web. 15 Sep 2019.

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