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Stemma famiglia BARTOLI/ Coat of arms Bartoli


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by Carlo Pagliai

The coat of arms BARTOLI [1] is located at first floor on the wall inside the cloisterof the Sant’Andrew’s Propositura in Empoli.
This specimen, made of white marble, was made  in memory of Cosimo di Matteo Bartoli.
He was a Monsignor of Sant’Andrew’s church from 1598-1625, and he was provided with a benefit in this rectory by Cardinal Alessandro Medici, Archbishop of Florence, appointed with a document called “Bolla cardinalizia” and issued on June 29, 1598.

 

Coat of arms Bartoli

Coat of arms BARTOLI – Photo by Carlo Pagliai

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It proposes a comprehensive photographic simulation of correct heraldic colors, by Carlo Pagliai

 

Photo simulation of correct heraldic colors, by Carlo Pagliai

Photo simulation of correct heraldic colors, by Carlo Pagliai

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Description Heraldry:
Embattled cut gold and red, with two eight-pointed stars of one another.[2]

Locationcloister of the Sant’Andrew’s Propositura in Empoli;

Conditions: very good;

Tipologysculpted in white marble block;

Annotations: none;


Notes and references:
[1] State Archive in Florence, catalog Ceramelli Papiani, Bonistalli, number 5075;
[2] Ibidem

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