Anteros


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Anteros:

see ErosEros
, in Greek religion and mythology, god of love. He was the personification of love in all its manifestations, including physical passion at its strongest, tender, romantic love, and playful, sportive love.
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Anteros

Eros’s brother; avenger of unrequited love; god of passion. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 23]
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The Anteros Collection features fine gems and precious stones set in 18k gold, platinum, and silver.
Of course, the statue was not in fact intended to be of Eros, nor, of the Christian Angel of Charity (despite being renamed such at one point in order to quell the objections of the "moral" majority), The statue was commissioned to commemorate the life of the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury, a Victorian philanthropist, and sculpted by Alfred Gilbert, whose subject was, in fact, the comparatively obscure Greek god Anteros (Potts 2004).
I return to the titular plot below, but one of the subplots involves a mock battle of wits between four young men, arranged by two of the play's gentleman malcontents, Lovell and Anteros.
Continuing a tradition of unique styling and impressive performance, the Anteros is built on the 2009 Corvette platform and features a body reminiscent of iconic Italian designs.
Cooper also sheds light on twenty-eight dizains, called Difiinitions du vray amour, which feature a cyclical debate between Eros and Anteros.
I read somewhere that Eros was the god of carnal love, whereas Anteros was the god of selfless, philanthropic love.