MS M.801, fol. 98r

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Werner Rolevinck

Fasciculus temporum

Naples, Italy
ca. 1498
420 x 230 mm
MS M.801
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Cronaca della Napoli Aragonese: Scene, Francisco Coppola led to Execution -- Executioner, inscribed CARLLO MANIOTE, wearing hat, holding sickle with right hand, grasps with left hand rope attached to Francisco Coppola, inscribed FRANGISCO COPPOLA CONTE DE SARNO, wearing hat and coat with large sleeves. He extends beads or rosary with left hand toward raised right hand of son Marco. Other son, Giacomo extends object, possibly book, with right hand. Both kneel on one knee below inscription MARCO COPPULA ET YACOUO COPP(ULA).
Cronaca della Napoli Aragonese: Scene, Flight of Princess Bisigniano -- Hilly landscape of bay of Naples inscribed POSILAPO with buildings on shore, one, a tower inscribed MIRGOGLINO and church inscribed SANTA MARIA DE PIEDE GROTTO. In foreground, ship with many oars, cannon at one end, and cabin with windows, decorated with banners along roof, at shore near the church.