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Venus of Milo or Melos

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The statue, with three of Hermēs, was discovered in 1820 by Admiral Dumont in Milo or Melos, one of the Greek islands, whence its name. It now stands in the Louvre.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Venomous Preacher (The)
Ventilate a Subject (To)
Ventre-saint-Gris!
Ventriloquism
Venus
Venus Anadyomene
Venus Genetrix
Venus Victrix
Venus de Medicis
Venus of Cnidus
Venus of Milo or Melos
Venusberg
Vera Causa
Verbatim et Literatim
Verbum Sap. [A word to the wise.]
Verbum Sat. [A word is enough.]
Vere Adeptus
Verger
Vernon
Veronese
Veronica