Category:Jupiter Smyrna (Louvre Ma 13)

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Jupiter of Smyrna  wikidata:Q18668605 reasonator:Q18668605 
Artist
Unknown artist
Jupiter of Smyrna
Title
French: Jupiter de Smyrne
Jupiter of Smyrna
title QS:P1476,fr:"Jupiter de Smyrne"
label QS:Lfr,"Jupiter de Smyrne"
label QS:Len,"Jupiter of Smyrna"
Object type statue
object_type QS:P31,Q179700
Description
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.
Depicted people
Date circa 250 AD
Medium marble
medium QS:P186,Q40861
Dimensions Height: 234 cm (92.1 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,234U174728
institution QS:P195,Q19675
Current location
Antiquités romaines, room A: salle du Manège. Denon, ground floor.
This work is part of the collections of the Louvre (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities).
Accession number
Ma 13, MR 255 Info non-talk.svg
Place of discovery İzmir Edit this at Wikidata
Object history

: excavated. Place: Smyrna.
transferred to Louis XIV of France, Palace of Versailles

: confiscated
References Musée du Louvre, Atlas database: entry 27483 Joconde database: [1]
Authority control
Jupiter of Smyrna (en); Jupiter de Smyrne (fr); Júpiter de Esmirna (es) Statue von Anonymus (de); פסל (he); statue conservée au Louvre (Ma 13) (fr); patông (ace)
Jupiter of Smyrna 
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Material used
Location salle du Manège, Denon Wing, Louvre Palace, 1st arrondissement of Paris, Paris, Metropolis of Greater Paris, Île-de-France, France
Creator
Location of discovery
Collection
  • Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities of the Louvre
Inventory number
  • Ma 13 (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities of the Louvre)
  • MR 255
Inception
  • 250 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Time of discovery or invention
  • 1680
Significant event
Height
  • 234 cm
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