Discovering the Venus de Milo | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Discovering the Venus de Milo

One of the most-recognized sculptures in the world, Venus de Milo is an exquisite example of ancient Greek art. The marble sculpture—believed to have been created by Alexandros of Antioch in the 2nd century BC—stands more than six and a half feet tall and shows a beautiful, nearly-nude woman.

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