Iconography
LITERATURE
Ancient
Vergil Aeneid Book VII: Aeneas lands in Latium, beginning of conflict with Turnusvv. 107-134: Aeneas and his companions rest at the shore and eat the bread they had used like plates
Vergil Aeneid Book VII: Aeneas lands in Latium, beginning of conflict with Turnusvv. 35-36: Aeneas commands his companions to sail to the estuary of the Tiber
Vergil Aeneid Book VII: Aeneas lands in Latium, beginning of conflict with TurnusCycles
Vergil Aeneid Book VII: Aeneas lands in Latium, beginning of conflict with Turnusvv. 192-273: Ilioneus and other Trojans ask King Latinus for permission to settle in Latium
Vergil Aeneid Book VII: Aeneas lands in Latium, beginning of conflict with Turnusvv. 152-169: Ilioneus and other Trojans ride to Laurentium
Further details
Attribution tentatively suggested by Gombrich, rejected by Callman; Ellen Callmann, Apollonio di Giovanni, Oxford 1974, p. 87
ARTIST/CREATOR
Apollonio di Giovanni (Dido Master, born 1415 or 1417, died 1465) (circle)
DATE
circa 1430 - 1450
LOCATION
London, F. A. Drey (sold in 1948, formerly London, Holford Collection)
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
E. H. Gombrich, 'Apollonio di Giovanni: a Florentine cassone workshop seen through the eyes of a humanist poet', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 18 (1955), pp. 16-34, p. 22, pl. 12a; Ellen Callmann, Apollonio di Giovanni, Oxford 1974, p. 67, no. 34
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