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This Cyprian Aphrodite is the same as the later Hermaphroditos, which simply means Aphroditos in the form of a herm (see Hermae), and first occurs in the Characteres (16) of Theophrastus.
We sal lock ye in the chaumer here an she wul no can herm ye.Ã¢ An thay did juist that.
The herm is a dry work and the head upon the coins shows various degrees of idealization.