Greek mythology Marble Mars and Cupid statue

Greek mythology Marble Mars and Cupid statue

NO.: AKCC-167

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




Many Greek mythological marble figures show more than two figures. Add interest to the story of the sculpture. This Marble Mars and Cupid statue is based on two famous figures of the Greek gods. The sculpture is placed on a square marble base. Mars is a handsome man. He is completely naked, with a three-dimensional and handsome face. The muscle lines on the chest of the Marble Mars and Cupid statue are exquisitely carved, and every texture shows the beauty of natural marble. Mars has his cloak on his left shoulder and holds a long gun in his left hand. . To the right of the Marble Mars and Cupid statue is a cute Cupid, leaning against Mars and holding a big sword in his hand. He looked at Mars with his chin in one hand. This innocent look was also sculpted to life by the sculptor. Mars also looked at Cupid, holding the arrow in his right hand. The Marble Mars and Cupid statue scene is very interesting.

Mars in the Marble Mars and Cupid statue is the god of land, war, agriculture and spring in Roman mythology, one of the twelve main gods of Rome. Son of Jupiter and Juno, husband of Bellona, ​​lover of Venus, he was the most important of the gods worshipped by the Roman legions, second only to Jupiter in importance. As the Roman Empire expanded, Mars became a symbol of war. Marble Mars and Cupid statue is one of the original three main gods in Rome, the god of land and kingship. Mars was revered and, like Jupiter, the most revered deity, he was the patron of warriors, the patron saint of Rome, and the most common deity among the brave Romans at the time. The original design of Cupid of Marble Mars and Cupid statue is that love turned into a very cute baby boy, and when he grows up, he stays in a handsome 15-year-old boy. Cupid has a pair of wings on his back and can fly freely, and he has a homemade bow, love arrows, and breakup arrows. Shooting a love arrow makes the shooter fall in love with what Cupid has designated, and shooting a parting arrow makes the shooter give up on what Cupid has designated. Cupid has the ability to fly and decide what others like.


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