Heroicae virtutis imagines quas Eques Petrus Berrettinus Cortonensis pinxit Florentiæ in ædibus Sereniss. Magni Ducis Hetruriæ in tribus cameris Iovis, Martis, et Veneris. Curâ, & sumptibus Ioannis Iacobi de Rubeis, cum Priuilegio Summi Pontificis conccesso Anno MDCXCI. die 22. Octobris
Rome, Apud Dominicum de Rubeis eiusdem Ioannis Iacobi Hæredem ad Templum S. Mariæ de Pace… Superiorum Permissu, 
A set of engravings reproducing decoration painted in 1641-1647 by Pietro da Cortona in three rooms on the north side of the piano nobile of the Pitti Palace in Florence, dedicated respectively to the deities Jupiter, Mars, and Venus. Formerly presence chambers in the residence of the grand-dukes, the three rooms – and two others, dedicated to Apollo and Saturn, left unfinished by Pietro and completed in 1659-1665 by his pupil Cirro Ferri – today house the main part of the Galleria Palatina.