Iconography
ANTIQUITIES
Miscellaneous objects
ARCHITECTURE
Italy
RomePalazzo Rucellai-RuspoliGalleriaWest Side
GODS & MYTHS
Sea deities and animals
Sea-cows
Aesculapius
Myths A serpent brings herbs to heal Glaucus (Hyginus, II, 14, 5)
Oceanus
With other figures Marine deities
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Astronomy and astrology
Constellations Northern hemisphereCoronaRelated MythsCrown of Ariadne
Constellations Northern hemisphereLyraAs a viola
Constellations Northern hemisphereSerpentariusRelated MythsAesculapius and the serpent bringing herbs to heal Glaucus (Hyginus, II, 14, 5)
Geography
Topography Countries A-ZItalyRomeTemples → Temple of Pavor
Topography Countries A-ZItalyRomeTemples → Temple of Pallor
PORTRAITS
Rulers
Ancient Legendary rulers of Italy Kings of RomeTullus Hostilius
RITUAL
Altars
General
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Allegories and personifications A-Z
Religion (Religio)
Coins
Ancient Rome Republican MoneyersL. Mussidius Longus (42 BC)
Emblems, imprese and devices - catalogue
Land and SeaGlobeCornucopia going out from it
Means of TransportShipRudder
Secular Iconography SymbolsCaduceus
Secular Iconography SymbolsCornucopia
RitualApex (Roman priestly headgear)
Further details
Last section from the right; at the top Oceanus, beneath the constellations Corona Borealis, Lyra and Serpentarius, beneath Religio (with a reference to Numa) and Tullus Hostilius holding the temples of Pavor and Pallor, at the centre elements of a commemorative coin for Caesar (42 BC)
ARTIST/CREATOR
Zucchi, Jacopo (born c1540, died 1589 or 1590)
DATE
circa 1586 - 1590
LOCATION
Rome, Palazzo Ruspoli (Rucellai)
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Hamburg stamp (Bibliothek Warburg)
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Fritz Saxl, Antike Götter in der Spätrenaissance, Leipzig, Berlin 1927
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RELATIONS
British Museum (similar coin)
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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
Contact
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