Santa Maria Portae Paradisi

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Above each of the two flanking the main altar is a sarcophagus in yellow marble, bearing a black marble tablet and set on a white marble bier. On the sarcophagus is a prone effigy in white marble. The one on the left is of Matteo (and his wife Dorotea) Caccia, 1645, a doctor of the hospital who contributed funds to the restoration. His monument is by Fancelli, who also executed the putti under the bier.

Related links:  Cosimo Fancelli (c.1620-1688)

(Photo borrowed from internet)
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