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LITERATURE
Ancient
→ Vergil → Aeneid → Cycles
→ Manuscripts
→ Printed Books
→ Cassone panels
→ Roman mosaic from Low Ham, Somerset (4th century)
→ Tapestries, Hampton Court Palace (Flemish, early 16th century)
→ Limoges enamels after the illustrations of the edition Strasbourg: Grüninger 1502
→ Ferrara, Castello Estense (Dosso Dossi, c1520, dispersed, only few panels known)
→ Tapestries after designs by Perino del Vaga (Brussels, 1535-1540)
→ Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne (Pierino del Vaga, between 1537 and 1547)
→ Modena, Galleria Estense (Niccolò dell'Abate, 1540)
→ Bologna, Palazzo Poggi (dell'Abate, Mid-16th century)
→ Calino di Bornato, Villa Maggi (Gambara, after 1565)
→ Sabbionetta, Palazzo del Giardino, Sala di Enea (Carlo Urbino, c1570)
→ Bologna, Palazzo Fava (Carracci, 1584)
→ Bologna, Palazzo Fava (Albani, 1594-95)
→ Peter Paul Rubens, Aeneas cycle for the Duke of Mantua (dispersed, c1602)
→ Tapestries, Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum (Brussels, 17th century)
→ Sebastian Vrancx (Drawings for illustrations of an unpublished translation of the Aeneid, c1615)
→ Tapestries, Stockholm, Husgerådskammaren, (Delft, 1647-1649)
→ Rome, Palazzo Pamphilj (Pietro da Cortona, 1651-1654)
→ Aubusson tapestries, Edinburgh, Hopetoun House
→ Tapestries after Giovanni Francesco Romanelli
→ Doetinchen, Kasteel Slangenburg, Dido-zaal (G. Hoet, late 17th century)
→ Samuel Bottschild (Opera Varia, 1693)
→ Paris, Palais-Royal (Antoine Coypel, after 1703, dispersed and partially destroyed)
→ Macerata, Palazzo Bonaccorsi, Galleria dell'Eneide (several artists, ca. 1710-1715)
→ Saint-Cloud, Château (Jean Cotelle, destroyed, late 17th or early 18th century)
→ Vicenza, Villa Valmarana (Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1757)
→ Brescia or Bergamo, Palazzo Martinengo, details uncertain (probably 18th century)
→ London, 20 Portman Square (Antonio Zucchi and Angelika Kaufmann, 1773-1777)