Galileo in Rome: The Rise and Fall of a Troublesome Genius

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PHOTO CREDITS
1. View of Tuscany: Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Bottega di Girolamo Muziano e Cesare Nebbia, 1580/83 (photo Musei Vaticani)
2. View of Florence: Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Bottega di Girolamo Muziano e Cesare Nebbia, 1580/83 (photo Musei Vaticani)
3. View of Rome: Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Bottega di Girolamo Muziano e Cesare Nebbia, 1580/83 (photo Musei Vaticani)
4. Christopher Clavius: Library of the Gregorian University in Rome, unknown author, 17thcentury (photo Carlo De Santis, with autorization of the Gregorian University)
5. Façade of the Roman College, attributed to Giuseppe Valeriano (photo Emanuele Vagni, Archivio Roma Sacra)
6. Tomb of pope Gregory XIII, by Camillo Rusconi, 1723 (photo Carlo de Santis, Archivio Roma Sacra)
7. Sixtus V going to the Lateran, Salone Sistino, Bottega di Giovanni Guerra e Cesare Nebbia, 1588 (photo Musei Vaticani)
8. Transport of the Vatican obelisk, II Sala Sistina, Bottega di Giovanni Guerra e Cesare Nebbia, 1588 (photo Musei Vaticani)
9. Square and palace of the Quirinale (photo Paolo Soriani, Archivio Roma Sacra)
10. Fountain of the Acqua Felice, Palazzo alle Terme di Villa Montalto, Bottega di Giovanni Guerra e Cesare Nebbia, 1589 (photo Soprintendenza per i Beni Artistici e Storici di Roma)
11. Coat of arms of pope Sixtus V, side façade of the Apostolic Palace of the Lateran, unknown author (photo Paolo Soriani, Archivio Roma Sacra)
12. Cosimo II de' Medici, by Adrian Haelweg, 17th century (photo Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, courtesy of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali)
13. Christina de Lorena, by Adrian Haelweg, 17thcentury (photo Gabinetto Nazionale della Grafica, courtesy of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali)

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