Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Acis and Galatea
Acis and Galatea, with Polyphemus piping
Historia Troiana
The War of Troy Main episodes The sack of TroyTrojan women taken prisonerCassandra → Miscellaneous
The War of Troy Main episodes The sack of TroySacrifice of PolyxenaThe ghost of Achilles demands that Polyxena be sacrificed
The War of Troy Main episodes The sack of TroySacrifice of PolyxenaNeoptolemus sacrificing Polyxena at Achilles's tomb → Hecuba (or other mourners) present
The War of Troy Main episodes The sack of TroyDeath of AstyanaxAndromache pleading for the life of Astyanax
The War of Troy Main episodes The sack of TroyDeath of PolydorusPolymestor killing and dismembering Polydorus
The War of Troy Main episodes The fate of the arms of AchillesContest between Ajax and Ulysses
The War of Troy Main episodes The fate of the arms of AchillesAjax committing suicide
Anius
Daughters of Anius turned into doves
LITERATURE
Ancient
OvidMetamorphoses CyclesVenice 1584 (Franco)
Further details
ARTIST/CREATOR
Franco, Giacomo (1550-1620)
DATE
1584
LOCATION
London, Warburg Institute
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)Le Metamorfosi, tr. A. dell' Anguillara, Venice, 1584, plate 13
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RELATIONS
library-record of illustrated text
complete digital copy of illustrated text in the Warburg Institute Library
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