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A cast bronze portrait medal of Pope Alexander VII (1655-1667), by Giocchino Francesco Travani (1634-1675), active in Rome, circa 1655-1663, after a design by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680). The reverse of Androcles and the Lion refers to the gratitude of the Pope of Domenico lacobacci, who commissioned the medal.: Dup CM.175-1964

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A cast bronze portrait medal of Pope Alexander VII (1655-1667), by Giocchino Francesco Travani (1634-1675), active in Rome, circa 1655-1663, after a design by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680). The reverse of Androcles and the Lion refers to the gratitude of the Pope of Domenico lacobacci, who commissioned the medal.

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Ruler: Travani, Gioacchino Francesco (With the title of)
Issuer: Rome

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Accession number: Dup CM.175-1964
Primary reference Number: 200847
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Created: Tuesday 10 February 2015 Updated: Friday 21 August 2020 Last processed: Sunday 21 March 2021

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