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The altarpiece depicts The Martyrdom of St Justina.The chapel is enclosed by a polychrome marble balustrade and wrought iron railings, on an ogee curve plan. Outside these, to the left, is the fine Baroque monument to Alessandro Borgia 1767 by Tommaso Righi in the style of Bernini. - صورة ‪Battistero Lateranense‬، روما

صورة فوتوغرافية لـ : The altarpiece depicts The Martyrdom of St Justina.The chapel is enclosed by a polychrome marble balustrade and wrought iron railings, on an ogee curve plan. Outside these, to the left, is the fine Baroque monument to Alessandro Borgia 1767 by Tommaso Righi in the style of Bernini.

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The altarpiece depicts The Martyrdom of St Justina.The chapel is enclosed by a polychrome marble balustrade and wrought iron railings, on an ogee curve plan. Outside these, to the left, is the fine Baroque monument to Alessandro Borgia 1767 by Tommaso Righi in the style of Bernini.
The 5th century mosaic is thought to be the oldest apse conch mosaic in Rome. It has weathered quite badly.The design is of green branching vine-scrolls on a blue background, with flowers and an ascending line of four little jewelled crosses within mandorlas in the centre.
The 5th century mosaic is thought to be the oldest apse conch mosaic in Rome. It has weathered quite badly.The design is of green branching vine-scrolls on a blue background, with flowers and an ascending line of four little jewelled crosses within mandorlas in the centre.
Chapel of SS Cyprian and Justina.The right hand chapel was originally dedicated to SS Andrew the Apostle and Lucy, but was re-dedicated to SS Cyprian and Justina when their alleged relics were enshrined under the altar. In 1767 the Borgia family of Velletri restored the apse as a mortuary chapel for themselves.
Portico. The 5th century entrance portico was remodelled by Pope Anastasius IV in 1154, when the two transverse apses were converted into chapels and the portals given two screen walls and a doorcase. However, the interior has always been open to the elements through the portal voids above these.Above the door into the baptistery is a white marble Crucifixion of the school of Andrea Bregno, 1482.
Portico. The 5th century entrance portico was remodelled by Pope Anastasius IV in 1154, when the two transverse apses were converted into chapels and the portals given two screen walls and a doorcase. However, the interior has always been open to the elements through the portal voids above these.Above the door into the baptistery is a white marble Crucifixion of the school of Andrea Bregno, 1482.
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