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Archaic Terracotta neck-amphora (jar), Greece
Opaque blue glass oval engraved gem
Aeneas and Anchises from BL YT 36, f. 155

Aeneas and Anchises from BL YT 36, f. 155

Detail of a miniature of Dante witnessing the meeting of Aeneas and Anchises. Image taken from f. 155 of Divina Commedia (index Divine Comedy). Written in Italian.

Aeneas and Dido from BL Royal 19 E VI, f. 78

Aeneas and Dido from BL Royal 19 E VI, f. 78

Miniature of Aeneas being received by Dido and her ladies after landing. Image taken from f. 78 of Chronicle. Written in French.

Dido welcoming Aeneas from BL Royal 16 G VII, f. 82

Dido welcoming Aeneas from BL Royal 16 G VII, f. 82

Detail of a miniature of Dido welcoming Aeneas. Image taken from f. 82 of Les anciennes hystoires rommaines (A compilation of ancient history in two parts, each preceded by a table of contents: Part 1, l'Histoi... More

Aeneas and Anchises from BL YT 36, f. 155

Aeneas and Anchises from BL YT 36, f. 155

Miniature of Dante witnessing the meeting of Aeneas and Anchises. Image taken from f. 155 of Divina Commedia (index Divine Comedy). Written in Italian.

Turnus wants to meet Aeneas in single combat; Amata who had betrothed Lavinia to Turnus before the arrival of Aeneas, tries to stop him (2nd of 4)
Aeneas meets Acestes in Sicily (2nd of 4)
Aeneas and Dido from BL Harley 5261, f. 80v

Aeneas and Dido from BL Harley 5261, f. 80v

Historiated initial 'C'(onticuere) with Aeneas in conversation with Dido accompanied by a child at the beginning of book 2 of Virgil's Aeneis. Image taken from f. 80v of Bucolica (index Bucolics, Eclogues)(ff. ... More

Aeneas and Antenor betray Troy; Priam and his court; the Greeks deliberate over a ruse to capture Troy
Aeneas from BL Harley 5261, f. 65

Aeneas from BL Harley 5261, f. 65

Historiated initial 'A'(rma) with Aeneas standing with bow and arrow combined with a full white vine border with medallions enclosing two youths' heads at the beginning of Virgil's Aeneis. Image taken from f. 6... More

Aeneas on his way to Italy after his second stay in Sicily (4th of 4)
Dido explains to her sister Anna the way she has found either to make Aeneas stay with her, or to free herself from loving him; Aeneas leaves Carthage on a horse (background)
Aeneas from BL Harley 5261, f. 125v

Aeneas from BL Harley 5261, f. 125v

Historiated initials 'Q'(uintus) with Aeneas and his fleet returning to Sicily at the beginning of the argumentum and 'I'(nterea) with two men partaking in the contests held in memory of Anchises at the beginni... More

Aeneas and Dido from BL Royal 18 E V, f. 73v

Aeneas and Dido from BL Royal 18 E V, f. 73v

Miniature of Aeneas leaving Dido, and of the suicide of Dido, with a full border and an illuminated initial 'E'(neas) with dragons. Image taken from f. 73v of Chronique of Baudouin d'Avennes (L'histoire tripart... More

Trojan refugees under the leadership of Aeneas disembark in Latium founding Rome; burning ships (background)
Aeneas from BL Harley 5261, f. 143v

Aeneas from BL Harley 5261, f. 143v

Historiated initial 'S'(ic fat[ur]) with Aeneas, guided by the Sibyl, entering the underworld through the cave of Avernus at the beginning of book 6 of Virgil's Aeneis. Image taken from f. 143v of Bucolica (ind... More

Turnus before Latinus: he wants to meet Aeneas in single combat (1st of 4)
The fleet of Aeneas (1st of 4)
Combat of Turnus and Aeneas before Laurentium; eagle attacking shore-birds viewed as an omen (3rd and 4th of 4)
Dido and Aeneas from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 197

Dido and Aeneas from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 197

Bas-de-page miniature of Dido greeting Aeneas, and a banquet. Image taken from f. 197 of Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, part 3 of the second redaction. Written in French.

Aeneas from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 194

Aeneas from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 194

Bas-de-page miniature of the voyage of Aeneas from Troy. Image taken from f. 194 of Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, part 3 of the second redaction. Written in French.

Aeneas from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 196v

Aeneas from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 196v

Bas-de-page miniature of Aeneas coming to shore. Image taken from f. 196v of Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, part 3 of the second redaction. Written in French.

Aeneas and Lavinia from BL YT 28, f. 53

Aeneas and Lavinia from BL YT 28, f. 53

Miniature of the marriage of Aeneas and Lavinia. Image taken from f. 53 of Secreta secretorum (ff. 1-43); Il Tesoro (translation of Li Livres dou Tresor) (ff. 43v-130); miscellaneous texts (ff. 130v-143v). Writ... More

The Trojan Horse, and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 73v

The Trojan Horse, and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 73v

Miniature of the Trojan horse entering the gates of Troy, and historiated initial 'C'(onticurre) of Aeneas carrying Anchises and leading Ascanius, at the beginning of book II of Virgil's Aeneid, with display ca... More

Pallas and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 210v

Pallas and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 210v

Initial 'O'(ceanum) decorated with a winged mask, swags and gemstones, at the beginning of book XI of Virgil's Aeneid, with a miniature of the funeral procession of the young warrior Pallas, and Aeneas placing ... More

Venus and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 164

Venus and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 164

Miniature of Venus arming Aeneas in the foreground, and on the right, Aeneas meeting Evander, at the beginning of book VII of Virgil's Aeneid, and decorated initial 'U'(t). Image taken from f. 164 of Bucolica (... More

Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 73v

Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 73v

Detail of miniature of Aeneas carrying Anchises and leading Ascanius. Image taken from f. 73v of Bucolica (index Bucolics, Eclogues)(ff. 1-16v); Georgica (index Georgics)(ff. 17-58), with argumenta; Aeneis (ind... More

Aeneas at Carthage from BL King's 24, f. 59

Aeneas at Carthage from BL King's 24, f. 59

Miniature illustring book I of Virgil's Aeneid, of Dido welcoming Aeneas in Carthage, with the good omen of the flying swans, and a ruined Troy in the background, and the first line of the title, in square capi... More

Aeneas and Turnus from BL King's 24, f. 227v

Aeneas and Turnus from BL King's 24, f. 227v

Miniature illustrating book XII of Virgil's Aeneid, with Aeneas killing Turnus with a sword on the right, and the gods above on a cloud, and decorated initial 'T'(urnus). Image taken from f. 227v of Bucolica (i... More

Dido and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 101v

Dido and Aeneas from BL King's 24, f. 101v

Detail of a miniature of several episodes from book IV of Virgil's Aeneid: on the right, the hunt during which Dido and Aeneas meet; on the left, Dido and Aeneas ride into a cave together, and in the middle of ... More

[Aeneas' ship landing on an island]

[Aeneas' ship landing on an island]

Illus. in: French ed. of Virgil's Aeneid, publ. in Lyon in 1483 by Guillaume Le Roy. Reference copy may be in LOT 4714. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Shelf.

François Boucher - Venus and Aeneas
Dido and Aeneas (recto); Three Figures Traced in Reverse from Recto and a Study of a Seated Man (verso)
Neptune Calming the Tempest Raised Against the Fleet of Aeneas

Neptune Calming the Tempest Raised Against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone was an Italian painter and engraver born in Bologna. He possibly studied painting under Lorenzo Sabbatini, and painted a Purgatory for the church of San Stefano, but all his paintings have been ... More

Dido and Aeneas (recto); Three Figures Traced in Reverse from Recto and a Study of a Seated Man (verso)
The Fall of Troy and the Escape of Aeneas
The Fall of Troy and Escape of Aeneas
Portrait de Aeneas Sylvius, qui fut Pie deuxième pape
Neptune calming the tempest which Aeolus raised against Aeneas' fleet from Book I of the Aeneid
The Morbetto, or The Plague of Phrygia
Aeneas rescuing Anchises, a young boy carrying a lantern at left
Dish (coppa): The story of Aeneas: Queen Dido of Carthage welcomes Aeneas and his son.
Helenus and Andromache Give Presents to Aeneas (Aeneid, Book III)
Aeneas rescuing Anchises, a young boy carrying a lantern at left

Aeneas rescuing Anchises, a young boy carrying a lantern at left

Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio (Italian, Parma or Verona ca. 1500/1505–1565 Krakow (?))

Broth bowl and cover (scodella and tagliere) from an accouchement set; Aeneas leaving Troy with his father and son (inside bowl); Pyramis and Thisbe (on cover)
The Fall of Troy; Helen Takes Refuge in the Sanctuary of Vesta; Venus Counsels Aeneas; Juno Encourages the Greeks (Aeneid, Book II)
Aeneas Departs from Carthage (Aeneid, Book IV)
Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida (Aeneid, Book III)
Aeneas and His Companions Sacrifice to the Gods before the Tomb of his Father, Anchises, in Sicily (Aeneid, Book V)
The Fleet of Aeneas Arrives in Sight of Italy (Aeneid, Book III)
Aeneas carrying Anchises on his shoulders while Troy burns in the background

Aeneas carrying Anchises on his shoulders while Troy burns in the back...

Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome, ca. 1530–60)

Aeneas carrying Anchises on his shoulders while Troy burns in the background

Aeneas carrying Anchises on his shoulders while Troy burns in the back...

Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome, ca. 1530–60)

Aeneas Fleeing Troy with Anchises, Creusa, and Ascanias (Aeneid, Book II)
Aeneas Erects a Tomb to his Nurse, Caieta, and Flees the Country of Circe (Aeneid, Book VII)
Helenus and Andromache Give Presents to Aeneas (Aeneid, Book III)
Broth bowl and cover (scodella and tagliere) from an accouchement set; Aeneas leaving Troy with his father and son (inside bowl); Pyramis and Thisbe (on cover)
Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone was an Italian painter and engraver born in Bologna. He possibly studied painting under Lorenzo Sabbatini, and painted a Purgatory for the church of San Stefano, but all his paintings have been ... More

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone was an Italian painter and engraver born in Bologna. He possibly studied painting under Lorenzo Sabbatini, and painted a Purgatory for the church of San Stefano, but all his paintings have been ... More

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone was an Italian painter and engraver born in Bologna. He possibly studied painting under Lorenzo Sabbatini, and painted a Purgatory for the church of San Stefano, but all his paintings have been ... More

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Neptune calming the Tempest Aeolus raised against the Fleet of Aeneas

Giulio Bonasone was an Italian painter and engraver born in Bologna. He possibly studied painting under Lorenzo Sabbatini, and painted a Purgatory for the church of San Stefano, but all his paintings have been ... More

Plate (piatto): The story of Aeneas
Venus standing at left resting her hand on the shoulder of Aeneas seated at right

Venus standing at left resting her hand on the shoulder of Aeneas seat...

Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, Argini (?) ca. 1480–before 1534 Bologna (?))

The Fall of Troy and Escape of Aeneas
Aeneas bij Dido
Amor vermomd als Aeneas zoon Ascanius wordt aan Dido voorgesteld tijdens feestmaal
Diana spreekt tot Aeneas en Achates
Venus maakt Aeneas onsterfelijk
Venus geeft Aeneas zijn wapenrusting
Allegorie met Venus, Aeneas en Jupiter; intocht van Ferdinand te Gent in 1635 (nr. 32)
Agostino Carracci - Aeneas and his family fleeing Troy
Agostino Carracci - Aeneas and his family fleeing Troy
Aeneas redt zijn vader
Pest bij de Trojanen op Kreta en droom van Aeneas
Aeneas and the Sibyl in the Underworld
Menelaüs vertrekt naar Kreta en beveelt Aeneas aan Helena
Mercurius beveelt Aeneas te vertrekken
Caprara, Aeneas Sylvius Graf
Caprara, Aeneas Sylvius Graf
Caprara, Aeneas Sylvius Graf
Venus preventing Aeneas from killing Helen

Venus preventing Aeneas from killing Helen

Attributed to Johann Tobias Sergel (Swedish, Stockholm 1740–1814 Stockholm)

Arnold Houbraken - Aeneas and the Sibyl in the Underworld
Caprara, Aeneas Sylvius Graf
Sculptuur van Aeneas en Anchises
Caprara, Aeneas Sylvius Graf
Caprara, Aeneas Sylvius Graf
Plate 126: Aeneas and Anchises (AEnea in perentem pietas), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'
Plate 141: The Immortalization of Aeneas (AEneas Humitio flumine ablutus in Indigitem), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 141: The Immortalization of Aeneas (AEneas Humitio flumine ablut...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Giovanni Francesco Romanelli - Aeneas and the Cumaean Sibyl Entering the Infernal Regions
Giovanni Francesco Romanelli - Aeneas and the Cumaean Sibyl Entering the Infernal Regions
Leonaert Bramer - Aeneas and Anchises
Dream of Aeneas, Aeneas rests on his shield, while the river god Tiber points upward

Dream of Aeneas, Aeneas rests on his shield, while the river god Tiber...

Salvator Rosa (Italian, Arenella (Naples) 1615–1673 Rome)

Dream of Aeneas: Aeneas rests his head on his hands atop his shield, while the river god Tiber leans on a vessel and points upward with his left hand
Jean le Pautre - Aeneas's Farewell to Dido
Aeneas and Achates Entering Dido's Palace in a Cloud
Francesco Allegrini - Aeneas Carrying Anchises in the Burning of Troy

Francesco Allegrini - Aeneas Carrying Anchises in the Burning of Troy

attributed to Francesco Allegrini (Italian, Cantiano (?) 1615/20–after 1679 Gubbio (?))

Francesco Allegrini - Aeneas and Achates Entering Dido's Palace in a Cloud
Francesco Allegrini - The Departure of Aeneas Announced to Dido ?

Francesco Allegrini - The Departure of Aeneas Announced to Dido ?

Francesco Allegrini (Italian, Cantiano (?) 1615/20–after 1679 Gubbio (?))

Francesco Allegrini - Aeneas Carrying Anchises in the Burning of Troy
Francesco Allegrini - The Departure of Aeneas Announced to Dido ?
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