CupidThe god of love, son of Venus and Vulcan Roman Religion and Mythology / Lexicon
The Roman god of Cupid, identified with the Greek Eros, was the god of love.
Cupid survives in Christian iconography as the winged cherubs.
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The pictures above are taken in the following locations:
- Venus - Goddess of love, beauty and prostitutes (Roman Religion and Mythology, Lexicon)
- Vulcan - God of fire and metal working (Roman Religion and Mythology, Lexicon)
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