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Venus Genetrix Roman empire symbol

Venus Genetrix


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Description of Venus Genetrix

The Venus Genetrix (also referred to as the Herculean Venus or the Venus of the Farnesi Gardens) represented the maternal aspects of Venus, the Roman goddess of love. Exhibiting Venus as the mother of the Roman imperial dynasty, this statue depicts the goddess naked with a mantle draped around her shoulders; a symbol of beauty and fertility. This ancient figure also symbolises the Roman Empire‘s interconnection of religion and politics, whilst illuminating the Romans’ relationship with the Olympian deities.

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