The Aphrodite Anadyomene is an early Hellenistic creation with many later copies and variations (see figs. 220-224 in Bieber, Ancient Copies). The goddess is not "rising from the sea" as the epithet implies, but rather she is arranging her hair, holding thick tresses in each hand before tying them together in a chignon. For a similar example in Munich, see no. 448 in Delivorrias, et al., "Aphrodite" in LIMC.