This tapestry forms part of a group of 15 known tapestries to this design, all woven during the Regency of Grandduke Ferdinando II de' Medici (d. 1670), son of Cosimo II (d. 1621). His mother Maria Maddalena of Austria and his paternal grand-mother Christina of Lorraine were appointed joint regents during his minority until 1629, since he ascended the throne at 11, the period in which this tapestry was woven.
The 14 other tapestries of this design, some woven in reverse, comprise:
Nine in the Collection of Florence
Two in the Collection of Pisa
One in the Palazzo Quirinale, Rome
One in the Abbaye Royale de Chaalis, near Paris
One in the sale of Elia Volpi in 1910, lot 130, and now in the Acton Collection at the Villa La Pietra in Florence (L. Meoni, Gli arazzo nei musei fiorentini, La collezione medicea, Florence, 2007, vol. II, pp. 98 - 109, cats. 16 - 24).