Marble goddess myth Aphrodite Pan and Eros statues

Marble goddess myth Aphrodite Pan and Eros statues

NO.: AKCC-84

Size: Lifesize / Custom Made Size

Material: Natural Marble / Stone / Granite

Surface: Carved

Package: Wooden Batten box

Suitable: Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc




In this Aphrodite Pan and Eros statue, you have Aphrodite, the goddess of love, known for her seductive beauty, charm, intrigue and mystery. Then you have Pan, who is a shepherd, but he is the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks. Then you have the god of love, who relies on mythology to be a primitive god, which means he has no parents; Other myths say that he is the son of Aphrodite, but in this particular mythological Aphrodite Pan and Eros statue, I think it’s safe to assume that Aphrodite is the son of Aphrodite. This assumption comes from the fact that The god of love is portrayed as a little child to help Aphrodite, rather than as an adult man, as he was originally portrayed in early Greek mythology.


In the Aphrodite Pan and Eros statue setting, Pan is drinking and reveling when he finds Aphrodite. Aphrodite, though very open, at least doesn’t want anything to do with Pan, at least in the state he’s in, when she tries to defile her by confronting him, she picks up her right sandal and tries to threaten him. As you can see in the sculpture, Pan tries to pry her hand away from her genitals so he can use her, but Aphrodite Pan and Eros statue his eyes are locked on her face and the sandal on her left hand. So she tries to beat Pan with sandals, and he has already stripped her naked, and may succeed in raping Aphrodite then and there. Eros, however, saw that his mother needed help and soon came to her rescue, and tried to prevent Pan from acquiring Aphrodite. In the  Aphrodite Pan and Eros statue end, Eros had enough influence that Pan was unable to successfully get his way with Aphrodite, and she was able to escape pan with Eros.


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