Marble. Roman copy of the 1st cent. CE after a Greek original of ca. 460 BCE, or original Roman work of Classic style of the 1st cent. CE. Inv. No. Ãð-3095 / À.192.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum
Possibly from Greece. According to Venetian tradition, the Eros was either found by Enrico Dandolo in Constantinople or purchased by Giovanni Soranzo in 1312 on an Aegean island. Acquired by S. A. Gedeonov (Archaeological Comission) from Palazzo Soranzo in Venice in 1851.