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U [[Rimska mitologija|Rimskoj mitologiji]], '''Kupid''' (njegovo drugo ime je ''Amor'') je bog erotične ljubavi. Njegov pandan u [[Grčka mitologija|Grčkoj mitologiji]] je [[Eros]].
==Portrayal in art and literature==
In [[painting]] and [[sculpture]], Cupid is portrayed as a winged infant armed with a bow and a quiver of arrows. He is often mistaken for the [[Christianity|Christian]] depiction of a [[cherub]]. On gems and other surviving pieces, he is usually shown amusing himself with childhood play, sometimes driving a hoop, throwing darts, catching a butterfly, or flirting with a [[nymph]]. He is often depicted with his mother (in graphic arts, this is nearly always Venus), playing a horn. He is also shown wearing a helmet and carrying a buckler (perhaps in reference to [[Ovid]]'s "amor vinces omnia" or as political satire on wars for love or love as war).