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SINE CERERE ET BACCHO FRIGET VENUS (Without Bacchus and Ceres, Venus grows cold)

Venus seated on a mound under a tree, holding bunches of grapes and ears of corn, with Cupid sleeping on the ground to right with his quiver of arrows; in the background to left people harvesting in the fields and to right, turning grapes into wine.  1599  Engraving

Venus seated on a mound under a tree, holding bunches of grapes and ears of corn, with Cupid sleeping on the ground to right with his quiver of arrows; in the background to left people harvesting in the fields and to right, turning grapes into wine. 1599 Engraving

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