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This very interesting and important medieval monument has a long history that starts probably from

the early Middle Ages and as for many Italian monuments, throughout the centuries, implies additions,

subtractions, reuse of parts of previous monuments, restorations,

stylistic adaptations and much more...

It was a chapel in the 4th aisle of the Cathedral of San Giovenale

in Narni, initially the grave of San Giovenale

and later on of San Cassio

and his wife Fausta.

For more information

about this complicated

history click


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