Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Italy
RomePalazzo Rucellai-RuspoliGalleriaSouth Side
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Astronomy and astrology
Constellations Zodiac CyclesMultiple imagesZodiac and planets → Rome, Palazzo Rucellai-Ruspoli (Jacopo Zucchi, c1586-1590)
Constellations Southern hemisphereAraAs an altar
Constellations Southern hemisphereCorona Australis
Constellations Southern hemispherePiscis Magnus
Planets Represented as planetary deities IndividualLunaLuna as a woman - not in a chariot → Holding a bow, arrows or a spear
Planets Represented as planetary deities Dignities and debilitiesCyclesRome, Palazzo Rucellai Ruspoli, Saloni (Jacopo Zucchi, 1586-1590)
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Allegories and personifications A-Z
Constancy (Constantia)
Magnificence (Magnificentia)
Further details
At the top Luna, beneath Corona Australis, Ara and Pisces Australis; beneath at the very left Magnificence, at the right Constancy
ARTIST/CREATOR
Zucchi, Jacopo (born c1540, died 1589 or 1590)
DATE
circa 1586 - 1590
LOCATION
Rome, Palazzo Ruspoli (Rucellai)
PAGE/FOLIO/PLATE NUMBER
1
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Jean Seznec, La survivance des dieux antiques, London 1940, fig. 105
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Kress Foundation
Contact
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