Ancient Roman Marble head of goddess Venus, Circa 100-200 AD

Female head depicting the goddess Venus with her face turned to her left. The goddess has an oval face with parted lips, a straight nose and wide almond-shaped eyes below finely arched eyebrows. The goddess has a hairstyle of wavy hair parted centrally and gathered at the back in a bun. Venus in Roman mythology and Aphrodite in Greek mythology is the goddess of love, lust and beauty. She was a goddess known for her beauty and infidelities, as well as for her wrath and curses when someone offended or honoured her.


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