In Book V, Aphrodite charges into battle to rescue her son Aeneas from the Greek hero.
Votive offerings of small, white, marble doves were also discovered in the temple of Aphrodite at.
Â Anise was known as an aphrodisiac in ancient Egyptian times.
Aphrodite frequently appears with doves in and the temple of Aphrodite Pandemos on the southwest slope of the was decorated with relief sculptures of doves with knotted in their beaks.
Scenes with Aphrodite appear in works of classical , including a famous by the dating the between c.
In Greek art, Aphrodite is often also accompanied by and.