Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Germany
AugsburgHerkulesbrunnen
GODS & MYTHS
Minerva
Single figure Palladium
River gods
Specific Tiber
HISTORY
Ancient
Romulus and Remus, and Rhea Silvia With the wolf, or with a river-god
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Geography
Topography Topographical personifications CitiesItalyRome
Topography Topographical personifications CitiesGermanyAugsburg
The earthRivers Lech
The earthRivers Wertach
The earthRivers Singold
The earthRivers Brunnenbach (Augsburg)
PORTRAITS
Rulers
Ancient Roman emperors Augustus (63BC-14AD)
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Allegories and personifications A-Z
Concord (Concordia)
Fame (Fama) Miscellaneous
Further details
Concord of Augsburg (left, formerly holding the heralidc pinecone, beneath the four rivers Lech, Wertach, Singold and Brunnenbach, behind Fama) and Rome (right, holding the Palladium, with the Tiber and the Lupa with Remus and Romulus), in the centre probably Augustus
ARTIST/CREATOR
Vries, Adriaen de (c1545-1626) and Neidhart, Wolfgang, II (1575-1632) Design by de Vries, casting by Neidhart
DATE
1596 - 1602
LOCATION
Augsburg, Herkulesbrunnen
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Digital only
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Christoph Emmendörfer, 'Adriaen de Vries: Augsburgs Glanz - Europas Ruhm', in Adriaen de Vries, Augsburg 2000, pp. 121-128, 126-128
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
Contact
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