In Foligno, Palazzo Trinci Lauds Nobility

When touring Orvieto, the magnificent Duomo (cathedral) must be the starting point. The facade’s early 14th century marble bas-reliefs by Sienese architect Lorenzo Maitani and assistants, among other masters, are not only splendid adornment to the lower level but serve as instruction on Old Testament and New Testament lore for the local populace.
Inside the cathedral, the Chapel of San Brizio (to the right of the altar) is home to the fresco splendor of Luca Signorelli (1499-1501). Perusing the frescoes, you will notice the

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