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Title French: Jupiter de Smyrne
Jupiter of Smyrna
English: Statue of a male deity, brought to Louis XIV and restored as a Zeus ca. 1686 by Pierre Granier, who added the arm raising the thunderbolt.
Français : Statue d'une divinité masculine, envoyée à Louis XIV et restaurée en Zeus, vers 1686, par Pierre Granier, lequel ajouta le bras tenant le foudre.
Date circa 250  AD
Medium marble
Dimensions Height: 234 cm (92.1 in).
Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities, Denon, ground floor, room A
Accession number Ma 13 Info non-talk.svg ( MR 255 Info non-talk.svg)
Object history

1680: excavated. Place: Smyrna.
transferred to Louis XIV of France

Palace of Versailles
Credit line 1793: confiscated
References Musée du Louvre, Atlas database: entry 27483
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Date 2009
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