Aphrodite, Pan and Eros - National Archaeological Museum, Athens

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    This marble Sculpture, dated around 100 BC, was found in the meeting hall of the Poseidoniasts on the island of Delos. The Poseidoniasts were an association of merchants from Beirut during the early years of Roman hegemony, and Aphrodite was one of the members of their protective triad.

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