Jupiter or St. Peter?


 

The statues of the 'gods' from the Pantheon are now
found in the Vatican Museum with the exception of
the great statue of Jupiter, which has been modified,
retitled, and seated on a throne in St. Peter's Basilica
in Rome as St. Peter. Thousands of pilgrims kiss the
foot of Jupiter while thinking it is the statue of Peter.
 


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