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These memorials were designed by Rainaldi, and sculpted by Giacomo Antonio Fancelli. Each has a white marble effigy in high relief, of the deceased kneeling at a prie-dieu, flanked by a pair of dark grey marble Composite columns supporting an omega cornice. The latter shelters a family coat-of-arms, and has a pair of putti sitting on it by Pietro Paolo Naldini. - Picture of Battistero Lateranense, Rome

Photo: These memorials were designed by Rainaldi, and sculpted by Giacomo Antonio Fancelli. Each has a white marble effigy in high relief, of the deceased kneeling at a prie-dieu, flanked by a pair of dark grey marble Composite columns supporting an omega cornice. The latter shelters a family coat-of-arms, and has a pair of putti sitting on it by Pietro Paolo Naldini.

From Review : Recommended of Battistero Lateranense
dapper777 wrote a review Apr 2021
Monaco30,890 contributions2,763 helpful votes
+176
It took us two visits to the Baptistery to understand its plan, to read some literature about it and we finally were able to admire it in all its areas. The Lateran Baptistery (real name S. Giovanni in Fonte, "St. John of the water spring") is the oldest monumental Baptistery,
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Date of experience: February 2021
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