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Of the three monuments etched in this table, the first contains the mortal remains of Salvo Cassetta, who died in 1483 aged 70 . He was inquisitive, Master of the Sacred Palace and general of his order. Sixtus IV sent as ambassador to Germany for…

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Of these two monuments, one on the right remembers the name of a famous carver in marble, Andrea Bregno, author of the beautiful altar for us reproduced in Table LVI of this volume. From (scolpitavi) epigraph above we can argue what account it was…

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As we did with the other two first volumes, although this is (chuide icnografica) with a table containing the plants in half the DEA reports of all the monuments of that composed this third volume. We placed our every care to ensure that in such…

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The Cardinal Lorenzo Cibo, Genoese patrician and a descendant of the noble family who willed original heraldic writers of Greece, is remembered by biographers as very learned man and angelic costumes. Taken from a special devotion to S. Lorenzo was…

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A right hand of the little port of St. Maria sopra Minerva is placed against the wall this time and supported by three carved corbels. The white marble statue lies down on the urn reminds the effigy of Rural Vincent apostolic secretary and man…

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As we said in the table LXV intend to repeat here, about the conduct of this elegant altar: that the author is something that is unknown and that it is the work of beautiful and exquisite work, both for the invention of the ornaments, which for the…

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Giovanni Battista Cavalieri, a Roman patrician, young age while growing up in the virtues, honors, riches, it was from her that does not look neither provided nor to age, and revolves around his scythe inexorably caught forever in many sweet hopes.…

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This magnificent altar was made to raise by Innocent VIII in the church of S. Our Lady of Peace in honor of the Virgin Mary for having overcome a painful disease. It took some time for the place of the 'Altar and afterwards was transported to where…

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Even at this altar we wanted to add a table that contains some parts drawn in a greater proportion, because the best you can see the merit of the ornaments and study their behavior.

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