A MARBLE FIGURE OF THE CAPITOLINE VENUS AFTER THE ANTIQUE MATERIAL: MARBLE ORIGIN: ITALY PERIOD: LATE 18TH CENTURY

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Essay
Venus Capitoline is a Roman sculpture carved from marble, presumably in the II century, modeled on the Greek statue of Aphrodite of the IV century BC. I was found on the Viminal Hill in Rome between 1667 and 1670. It was donated to the Capitoline Museum in 1754 by Pope Benedict XIV.

Dimensions: 40 ¼ in. (102.2 cm.) high