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LITERATURE
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Colonna, FrancescoHypnerotomachia Poliphili Paris, 1546
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Virtues and Vices
Virtues CardinalIndividualFortitudoSingle figure
Symbols
SwordSword with crown and palm
Allegories and personifications A-Z
Labour (Labor)
Constancy (Constantia)
Glory (Gloria)
Care (Cura)
Fittingness (Decorum)
Endurance (Firmitas)
Further details
Poliphile meets Euclia (Glory), an old matron holding a sword which passes through a crown together with a palm, accompanied by Merimnasie (Care), Epitede (Fittingness), Ergasie (Labour), Anectée (Endurance), Stasie (Constancy) and Thrasie (Courage)
ARTIST/CREATOR
Cousin, Jean, the younger (Jean Cousin le fils) (c1522-c1594) or Goujon, Jean (born c1510, died after 1572)
DATE
1546
LOCATION
London, Warburg Institute
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Colonna, FrancescoHypnerotomachie, ou Discours du songe de Poliphile, Paris, 1546, fol. 47v
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