Goddess of abundance

Goddess of abundance


roman age
cm. 85×63


Marble statue from the roman age representing the goddes of abundance. The symbols confirming this role are the numerous breasts (or bull’s testicles), the acorn garland and the zodiac signs (Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and Leo) identifying the best months for planting and harvesting wheat.
The statue is similar to that of the Artemis of Epheseus.

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