Statue of Persephone, Naples

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Arienne King
by ho visto nina volare
published on 12 September 2020
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Roman statue of the goddess Persephone (also known as Proserpina). The restoration of the statue has her holding a theatre mask, like one of the Muses. c. 140-160 CE. (National Archaeological Museum of Naples)

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volare, H. V. N. (2020, September 12). Statue of Persephone, Naples. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/12712/

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