Page 86: The Virtues of Good Government in the Siena town hall
Magnanimity is one of six key virtues deemed indispensable for the common-weal of Siena, as expressed visually in the fresco cycle of Good and Bad Government that surrounded the members of the Council of Nine when they met together. (Painted by Ambrogio Lorenzetti in the late 1330s in the town hall, Siena; in this photograph, the viewer can see the identifying caption "MAGNANIMITAS" directly over the head of the figure just to the right of the central male figure representing the Comune of Siena)
Page 90: Emilio Greco, Doors, Orvieto Duomo
The work of art most recently created for the Orvieto Duomo are the main doors, cast in bronze relief in the 1960s by Emilio Greco, representing the seven acts of mercy.