Iconography
LITERATURE
Ancient
Vergil Aeneid Book VIII: Vision of the river god Tiber, journey to king Evander of Pallantium, Venus brings Aeneas new armsvv. 443-453: Vulcan working on the arms for Aeneas or giving them to Venus
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Emblems
Cycles (Emblem Books)Maccio, Emblemata cum priuilegijs, 1628
Emblems, imprese and devices - catalogue
Gods and MythsVenus
Gods and MythsAeneasreceiving arms from Venus
Further details
Emblem 71: 'Bella non iniuste movenda'
ARTIST/CREATOR
Coriolano, Bartolomeo (c1599-c1676)
DATE
1628
LOCATION
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Maccio, PaoloEmblemata cum priuilegijs, Bologna, 1628, p. 289
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Bartsch (XX.65.106)
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RELATIONS
library-record of illustrated text
complete digital copy of illustrated text in the Warburg Institute Library
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