The sides of this rectangular casket, with a sloping lid, bear a series of carved figures of secular subjects. It must therefore have been a small coffer for jewellery.
From January 31, the Crypt of San Sepolcro reopens to the public with news operating hours and special prices
For Spring 2020 the Class of Latin and Greek studies organizes a cycle of three conferences entitled Intorno a un Codice. In each lecture, a scholar will present a particularly valuable Ambrosian codex, illustrating its features.