East Pediment of the Parthenon Dione & Goddess Aphrodite Statue Sculpture
Our statue is a copy of the marble statue of Dione & her daughter Goddess Aphrodite, from the east pediment of the Parthenon, British Museum, London’s, Marble. 447 – 438 BCE.
Approaching near the right edge of the pediment, Dione wisely placed herself with her daughter, Aphrodite, lying in her arms. Aphrodite is pretending to be wearing a thin tunic and a robe, which also covers the rock, to have lazily leaned on her mother Dione. The rich folds follow the points where the robe touches the body, leaving the body of the goddess to be erased. The shoulders provocatively (?) Uncovered. Let us not forget that she is the goddess of Love.
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