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Venus from High RochesterJames K
First Glance Venus Beady Eyes 2 Nymphs Holding a water jug and a towelEyes drawn to symmetry Venus mid-bath Perpendicular angles Foliage to either side
The Facts High Relief Sculpture Stone Romano-Celtic period2nd-3rd century AD Found at High Rochester
Symbolism Venus is pictured with 2 water nymphs ‘Hydraxia’Venus born from the sea Standard Mythology
What does this show? Merging of styles of Art (Romanisation) EconomyCeltic acceptance Economy No sculptors from overseas Religion Celtic acceptance of Roman gods & goddesses
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