Statue of the goddess of love Aphrodite (mid II century. BC. Er.), Of white marble. It is believed that its creator is a sculptor Agesandr (or Alexandros) Antioch (inscription illegible). Primarily attributed to Praxiteles.
The sculpture represents the type of Cnidus Aphrodite (Venus pudica, Venus blushing): the goddess, which follows his hand fell apparel (for the first time this type of sculpture carved Praxiteles, ca. 350 BC. Er.).