Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Apollo
With other figuresGraces
Muses
Individual Urania
Individual Erato
Individual Melpomene
Individual Clio
Individual Euterpe
Individual Terpsichore
Individual Thalia
Individual Polyhymnia
Individual Calliope
With other figuresApollo Diagrammatic images
Amoretti
Various activitiesMaking music
Graces
With other figuresApollo
Adaptations
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Astronomy and astrology
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualSolIn chariot drawn by horses → Seen from the side
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualLunaLuna as a woman - in a chariot → Pulled by nymphs
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualSaturnIn chariot, pulled by dragons → without a child
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualJupiterIn chariot → Pulled by eagles - with Ganymede
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualMarsIn chariot → Pulled by horses
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualVenusIn a chariot → Pulled by doves or other birds that do not resemble swans
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualMercuryIn chariot → Pulled by birds but not by cocks
Planets Represented as planetary deities CyclesCycles of sevenIn a single image
Cosmology
SpheresSpheres of Elements, Planets and Starry Sky together
SOCIAL LIFE
Music
TheoryModes
Further details
ARTIST/CREATOR
Italian
DATE
1496
LOCATION
n/a
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Gafurius, Franchinus Practica Musica, 1496
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Hamburg stamp (Bibliothek Warburg)
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Victoria L. Goldberg, Graces, Muses and Arts: The urns of Henri II and Francis I, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institute 29 (1966), pp. 206-218, plate 48f.
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Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
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