Iconography
GODS & MYTHS
Neptune
Various activitiesRiding in a chariot
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. 157-179: The Trojans land in Libya
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. 82-91: The storm
Vergil Aeneid Book I: Storm, landing in Libya, arrival in Carthago, meeting with Didovv. 402-414: Venus disappears from Aeneas and Achates
Vergil Aeneid CyclesCassone panelsNew Haven, Yale University Art Gallery (Apollonio di Giovanni, Mid-15th century)
Further details
1. Juno and Aeolus; 2. Storm; 3. Quos ego; 4. Trojans landing; 5. Venus (disguised as huntress) disappears
ARTIST/CREATOR
Apollonio di Giovanni (Dido Master, born 1415 or 1417, died 1465)
DATE
1450 - 1460
LOCATION
New Haven, CT, Yale University Art Gallery (inv. 1871.34 )
PAGE/FOLIO/PLATE NUMBER
1
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Paul Schubring, Cassoni, Leipzig 1915-1923, no. 223; Ellen Callmann, Apollonio di Giovanni, Oxford 1974, pp. 54-55, no. 6
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RELATIONS
Yale University Art Gallery
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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