3.1 (pp. 33–36; Table 1, p 75): Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin, 2nd floor. Diagram
(excerpt) of the Old Schloss and the New Wing (east wing) by Knobelsdorff,
including the apartments of Princess Amalia and Frederick II.
Rooms 204–206 (Old Schloss, left): Princess Anna Amalia's three-room apartment
in the original, central section of the palace; her music
salon, room 206 (formerly 111), was furnished with the white Mietke harpsichord
(see 3.5 and p. 36)
Rooms 212–213 (Old Schloss, right):
Frederick II's initial rooms, 1740–1742 (pp. 33–34)
346–356 (New Wing, left): Frederick
II's first apartment in the New Wing, completed in 1742. The music salon ("Marmorierte
Cammer" or Marbled Chamber),
room 351 (formerly 9), no longer extant, featured Ovid motifs on the walls (see p. 34).
364–367 (New Wing, right): Frederick
II's second apartment, completed in 1747, is located at end of the New Wing. His majesty's music
salon ("Concert Kammer") is room 364 (formerly 4) (see 3.3 and p. 35).