|January - June 1798||Bacchus and Ariadne, A1.|
|Summer 1798||Sends crate from Rome to the Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen containing, among other artworks, the following for the judgment of the academy: Bacchus and Ariadne, A1 and Tyge Rothe, A225.|
|Not later than June 1798||Bacchus, colossal bust, probably a copy after an antique original, presumably modelled and cast in plaster, hardly carved in marble. Unknown location.|
|Presumably 15.6.1818 - 30.6.1818||Caroline von Humboldt poses twice for Thorvaldsen, who, to her disappointment, only spends two hours each time modelling a new portrait bust of her.|
|30.6.1830||Member of the Société des Amis des Lettres in Warsaw.|
|18.4.1834||Elected honorary member of the Accademia dei Filomati di Scienze, Lettere e Belle Arti in Lucca.|
|30.6.1839||Meets with Georg Ernst Harzen. Visits August Abendroth’s richly decorated mansion. At a large party in the evening.|
Visits the flower decorated Gutenberg Monument, cf. A114, accompanied by the president of Rheinhessen Ludwig Christian Christoph von Lichtenberg. A large crowd cheers and sings to Thorvaldsen.
Visits the cathedral in Mainz.
|30.6.1841||Dinner in Mainz with President von Lichtenberg.|