Venus of Milo.

Marble. 2nd century BCE.

Paris, Louvre Museum

Origin:
Casually found in 1820 by a peasant in the vicinity of Melos, the main city of the same island.
Credits:
© Photo: Drevnyaya Gretsia. Sost. M. Mengi. Per. s it. — M.: Izdatel’skij dom “Niola 21-i vek”, 2004, s. 182.
© 2002 Istituto Geografico De Agostini, Novara. All rights reserved.
© 2004 Perevod i izdanie na russkom yazyke. Izdatel’skij dom “Niola 21-i vek”.
RUSSIAN

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