Ancone


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Ancone

A scrolled bracket or console in classical architecture, which supports a cornice or entablature over a door or window.
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Exscripsit Rainaldus Albizius eques Florentinus exul Ancone." Yet the colophon is surely copied by the scribe of the next piece, one Sachela.