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“Marble statue of Aphrodite” Metropolitan Museum of...

“Marble statue of Aphrodite” Metropolitan Museum of Art by Badeephol Inpirom Beautiful marble from 1st and 2nd Century A.D. in the Roman Sculpture Court part of the Geek and Roman Art galleries.
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