Giulio Cesare Vanini's medallion

This bronze medallion portrays Giulio Cesare Vanini and can be seen in Rome (Campo de' Fiori). It is one of the eight medallions that adorn the base of the Statue of Giordano Bruno, created by Ettore Ferrari and erected in 1889. The medallions portray some intellectuals who fought against the oppresion to the free thought employed by the Catholic Church.This is the only one that presents another little effigy, which portray the professor of theology Martin Lutero.

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  • Photos by Andrea D'Agostino moc.liamg|6082ada.aerdna#| and Giuseppe Mattia Zizzo ti.orebil|99ozzizeppesuig#| (December 2018)

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