Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Jupiter
Single figure With attributesZodiac
LITERATURE
Ancient
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 50-80: Juno asking Aeolus to release the storm
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 124-141: Neptune calms the seas ('Quos ego')
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 697-756: Aeneas and Amor (disguised as Ascanius) at Dido's feastwith Dido embracing Amor-Ascanius (vv. 717-722)
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 314-334: Venus appears to Aeneas and Achates as Virgin Huntress
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 227-253: Venus imploring Jupiter
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with DidoCycles
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 441-452: Aeneas awaiting Dido in the temple of Juno and admiring its paintings
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 520-578: Dido receives Ilioneus
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 198-207: Aeneas comforts the Trojans ('Durate')
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 631-632: Dido welcomes Aeneas to her palace
Further details
at top: Juno and Aeolus, Venus imploring Jupiter, Venus instructing Amor to disguise as Ascanius; left: Aeneas comforting the Trojans; Venus as huntress; Temple of Juno; right: Dido receives the Trojans; Dido greets Aeneas; Feast of Dido
ARTIST/CREATOR
Raimondi, Marcantonio (c1470-1534) after Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio) (1483-1520)
DATE
1515 - 1516
LOCATION
n/a
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Bartsch (XIV.264.352)
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RELATIONS
British Museum
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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