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Artist Copy after a type by Praxiteles
English: So-called “Capitoline Venus”, one of the best preserved copies of Praxiteles' Cnidian Venus (4th century BC).
Français : « Vénus Capitoline », l'une des copies les mieux conservées de la Vénus de Cnide de Praxitèle (IVe siècle av. J.-C.)
Dimensions H. 1.93 m (6 ft. 3 ¾ in.)
Palazzo Nuovo, first floor, cabinet of Venus
Accession number MC 0409
Credit line From the Viminal; gift of Benedict XIV, 1752
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)


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