Venus de milo aphrodite of milos a 203 cm 6 ft 8 in marble statue from the greek island of milos sculpted in 130 and 100 bc thought to be the work of alexandros of antioch;.
Amphitrite was popularly worshiped on the island of Milos.
The statue is missing both arms, with part of one arm, as well as the original plinth, being lost after the statue's rediscovery.
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The image of the Venus de Milo is seen constantly in modern culture, whether it be in magazines, advertisements, or home decor.