Lecture about Venus statue from Mainz: in GER
Dear art / archeology lover,
we have been waiting quite a long time to hear about this object:
"It is an extraordinary find from the Roman period that employees of the Mainz State Archaeology Department of the Rhineland-Palatinate Directorate General for Cultural Heritage (GDKE) discovered at Zollhafen on a plot of land between Rheinallee and An den Grachten in October Protected content an approximately 1.50-metre-tall headless female figure with a naked torso and hip cloak made of sandstone, which later turned out to be a representation of Salus, the goddess of healing. From 14 January Protected content , the original Salus statue can be admired at the museum in a joint presentation by Landesarchäologie Mainz and Landesmuseum Mainz."
This lecture is in German language, but for free. It will be necessary to register as soon as possible. Please send an email on: Protected content
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