Venus de Milo.- Museo de Louvre, París,Francia.: La Afrodita de Milos (griego: "Αφροδίτη της Μήλου"), más conocida como Venus de Milo, es una de las estatuas más representativas del periodo helenístico de la escultura griega, y una de las más famosas esculturas de la antigua Grecia. Fue creada en algún momento entre los años 130  y 100 a. C., y se cree que representa a Afrodita (denominada Venus en la mitología romana), diosa del amor y la belleza.-Autor desconocido

: La Afrodita de Milos ( "Αφροδίτη της Μήλου") conocida como Venus de Milo( 130 a 100 a.

Venus de Milo on display at the  Louvre

TIL the Venus de Milo originally had arms with her left hand holding an apple and her right hand holding a sash. They were broken off in 1820 during a fight between French and Greek sailors over ownership of the statue.

Vénus de Milo. Belle à en perdre les bras * Gwener Milo : kaer betek koll e zivrec'h.

Venus de Milo - Aphrodite from Melos BC). Sculpture in Parian Marble, found in Melos in Location: Louvre Museum, Paris, France.

In 1939,  just as WWII was beginning, the Venus de Milo was carried from the Louvre to Valençay Castle to protect it.

La Venus encordée, 1939 The Evacuation of the Treasures of the Louvre During World War II. Venus de Milo prepared for transport.

Although not a French piece, the well known Aphrodite, known as the "Venus de Milo" C. 100 BC now resides in the Louvre Museum in Paris

Aphrodite, known as the "Venus de Milo" C. 100 BC Provenance: Island of Melos (Cyclades, Greece) (Masterpieces-Louvre Museum)

♔ Venus de Milo (Aphrodite) ` Greek statue 2nd century BC ~ Musée-du-Louvre,-Paris

♔ Venus de Milo (Aphrodite) ` Greek statue 2nd century BC ~ Musée-du-Louvre,-Paris

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