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David Roentgen: Long-Case Clock
The Roentgens' Berlin Secretary Cabinet
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Aeneas Fleeing Troy with Anchises, Creusa, and Ascanias
Aeneas Erects a Tomb to his Nurse, Caieta, and Flees the Country of Circe
The Fall of Troy; Helen Takes Refuge in the Sanctuary of Vesta; Venus Counsels Aeneas; Juno Encourages the Greeks
The Trojans Defend Their City; They Kill Androgeos
Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida
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This artwork is currently on display in Gallery 544
Inscription: ASTANIUS, ANORMAEH, HELENUS, ENEAS
I. and S. Goldschmidt ; Hollingworth Magniac (until 1892; Hollingworth Magniac collection sale, Christie, Manson and Woods, July 2-4, 1892, no. 528, ill. opp. p. 142); Jules Porgès ; J. Pierpont Morgan (until 1925; to MMA)
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