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File:Ceres statue.jpg


Artist Unknown
English: Unknown woman as Ceres. Marble, Roman artwork, ca. 235 - 250 CE. A talk-page comment on the en-wikipedia Ceres article states this as the portrait-statue of an unknown woman, not an image of the Goddess Ceres. The Louvre website describes it as an an unknown woman as (thus, with the attributes of) Ceres. See Louvre catalogue for details.
Français : Femme inconnue en Cérès. Marbre, œuvre romaine, vers 235 - 250 après J.-C.
Dimensions H. 1,69 m
Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Denon, ground floor, room 27
Accession number Ma 1075 (MR 243)
Credit line Borghese Collection; purchase, 1807
Source/Photographer ChrisO (2004); AnonMoos (2005)


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History on English Wikipedia

  • 23:38, 10 November 2005 . . AnonMoos (Talk | contribs | block) . . 304×600 (54,278 bytes) (Losslessly greyscaled and cropped the image for quicker download and better page display)
  • 12:26, 4 June 2004 . . ChrisO (Talk | contribs | block) . . 342×600 (61,768 bytes) (Ceres)
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