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Title Apollo Belvedere
Object type Statue
Roman copy after a Greek bronze original of 330–320 BC. attributed to Leochares. Found in the late 15th century.
Date between circa 130 and circa 140  AD
Medium sculpture in the round / marble
Dimensions Height: 224 cm (88.2 in).
Museo Pio Clementino, Cortile Ottagono
Accession number 1015
Object history 15th century: discovered ( Rome)
References Musei Vaticani. Apollo Belvedere. Retrieved on 6 aprile 2013.

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