Elsewhere, the discoverers are identified as Yorgos Bottonis and his son Antonio.
Some such examples of this are a slanted pelvis, legs of different lengths, and in the facial proportions and layout.
Its creator is unknown, but some scholars have suggested that the exquisite scupture may be the work of Alexandros of Antioch.
Not sure if it's made from resin bone or ivory.
This caused the French to hide the plinth, in an effort to conceal this fact before the statue's introduction to the Louvre in 1821.
Kendrotás left one half of the Venus where he had found it because he could not budge it from the ground.