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GODS & MYTHS
Saturn
MythsSaturn and his children Devouring a child (not being castrated)
MythsSaturn and his children Devouring the stone instead of Jupiter
Cycles
Cartari, Imagini de gli dei delli antichi, Padua 1615
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Symbols
Temple
Further details
Devouring his children; of whom Jupiter, Juno, Neptune, and Pluto, representing the four elements, survive (in contrast to the text the woodcut seems to show Saturn devouring the stone)
ARTIST/CREATOR
Ferroverde, Filippo (active first half 17th century)
DATE
1615
LOCATION
London, Warburg Institute
TEXT/BOOK/DOCUMENT (SOURCE OF PHOTO)
Cartari, VincenzoLe vere e nove imagini de gli dei delli antichi, Padua, 1615, p. 24
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library-record of illustrated text
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