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Caprino and perhaps dating from the tempie of the Capitoline Jove
as it existed before the time of Sulla. — 36. Small three-bodied
Hecate. The *Thorn Extractor, a boy removing a thorn from his
foot. Gilded Statue of Hercules, found in the Forum Boarium
(p.239), under SixtusIV. *Horse, sadly mutilated, but of excellent
workmanship, found at Trastevere together with the fragments of a
Bull. Then a Colossal Hand and a Colossal Foot. To the left of
the exit, an expTessive *Bronze Head, said to be that of L. Junius
Brutus, who expelled- the kings and became the first consul ; eyes
inserted. Vose, found near Anzio, presented by King Mithridates
to a gymnasium (foot and handles modem).
VII. Room of the Etruscan Terracottas , the so - called
Museo Italico, a collection of vases, terracottas (including two sar¬
cophagi with figures on the lids), bronzes, and various anticaglias
from Etruria and Latium. Under glass : Silver cover of a cist with
archaic figures of animals, found at Palestrina.
On quitting this collection we pass through the first door on the
right in the corridor and ascend to the —
Picture Gallery ('Pinacoteca'), founded by Benedict XIV.
The names of the artists and the subjects are attached to the pic¬
tures. Excellent catalogue by A. Venturi (II/4 fr. ; not sold in the
museum), to which the old numbers given below in brackets refer.
— Straight in front is the —
I. Saloon. Entrance-wall, to the right of the door: *8i (89). Rubens,
Romulus and Remus. Right wall. 80 (145), Dosso Dossi (not Giorgione),
Holy Family; 78(6). Romanelli, St. Cecilia; 72(7). Pietro da Cortona, Triumph
of Dionysus; 70(127). Lorenzo diCredi, Madonna and Child; 63(14). N.Poussin,
Flora (copy of the picture in the Louvre) ; 16 (20). Guido Reni, Mary Magda-
len; 60 (19). Valentin, Christ in the Tempie. Above the Windows: 85-91
(1-10). Ten frescoes attributed to Lo Spugno (p. 50), Apollo and the Muses,
formerly in the hunting-lodgeofLaMagliana(p.394). —Narrow wall: 58 (142).
Albani, Nativity of the Virgin -, 57 (26). Dom. Tintoretto, Mary Magdalen ;
50(27). Fra Bartolommeo (? more probably Frane. Francia'), Presentation in
the Tempie ; 53 (30). Garofalo, Holy Family ; 47 (34). Quercino, Persian Sibyl
(school-piece); 46 (70). Paolo Veronese, Madonna and saints (copy); above,
100, 101. Lo Spagna, SS. Stephen and Benedict, frescoes from the convent
of Campo Marzo in Rome. Left wall: 41 (9). Albani, Magdalen; 36 (52.)
S. Botticelli (?), Madonna and saints ; 32 (55). Ag. Currucci, Holy Family ; 29
(196). Cola dell' Amatrice, Death of Mary ; 26 (195). Paolo Veronese, Ascen-
sion ; 19 (54). Garofalo, Coronation of St. Catharine ; 17 (2). Guido Reni, A
glorified spirit (unfinished); 13(78). School of Frane. Francia, Madonna and
saints (1513). — We traverse a small passage, in which are (102-110) some
interesting views of Rome in the first half of the 18th cent., by L. Vanvitelli,
and enter the —
II. Room. 139 (80). Velazquez, Portrait ; 137 (100). Von Dyck (? Venturi
ascribes it to Tiberio lineili), Good doublé portrait; 134. Portrait of Michael
Angelo ; *128 (106). Van Dyck, Portraits of the poets Thomas Killigrew and
Henry Carew ; 122 (201). Style of Gurofulo, Adoration of the kings ; 120 (161).
Gurofulo, Annunciation ; 118 (201). Copy after Garofalo, Transfiguration of
the Madonna; 117 (223). Paolo Veronese (? more probably Carletto Caliari),
Madonna and angels.
III. Room. 141 (132) Giov. Bellini (?), Portrait of himself; 143 (87).
Giov. Bellini (or Garofalo'!), St. Nicholas of Bari; "143(124). Titian, Baptism
of Christ; 136 (146). Gentile Bellini (?), Portrait. said to be of Petrarch;
147 (129). Giov. Buonconsiglio, Portrait of himself ; 161 (98). School of Giov.