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Dal Cavino, Giovanni, 1500-1570 Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library

Giovanni Cavino Wikidata

Giovanni Cavino medaglista italiano ISNI

Cavino, Giovanni da (Italian medalist and goldsmith, 1500-1570) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Cavino, Giovanni da Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland

Giovanni da Cavino Vatican Library

VIAF ID: 77204861 (Personal)


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37-68, Roman Emperor A.D. 54 [obverse] Wikidata
Agrippina Senior, 14 B.C.-A.D. 33, Daughter of Marcus Agrippa, Wife of Germanicus [obverse] Wikidata
Alessandro Bassiano and the Medallist [obverse] Wikidata
Alfonso II d'Avalos, 1502-1546, Marquess of Vasto [obverse] Wikidata
Anglia resurges ut nunc novissimo die. Vatican Library
Antonia, 36 B.C.-A.D. c. 38, Daughter of Mark Antony and Octavia [obverse] Wikidata
Armed Man with Other Figures [reverse] Wikidata
Balduino del Monte, died 1556, Brother of Pope Julius III, Count of Monte Sansovino 1550 [obverse] Wikidata
Cap of Liberty between Daggers [reverse] Wikidata
Ceres Holding Ears of Corn and a Torch [reverse] Wikidata
Ceres with Book and Cornucopiae [reverse] Wikidata
Chariot on a Pedestal [reverse] Wikidata
Claudius Caesar [reverse] Wikidata
Combat between Two Horsemen [reverse] Wikidata
Cornaro Distributing Alms [reverse] Wikidata
Cosimo Scapti [obverse] Wikidata
Due bassorilievi in bronzo di Giovanni dal Cavino Sudoc [ABES], France
Francesco Querini, died 1563, Venetian Patrician, Poet and Soldier [obverse] Wikidata
Funeral Car [reverse] Wikidata
Giampietro Mantova Benavides, died 1520, Paduan Physician [obverse] Wikidata
Giovanni Antonio Vincenzo Dolce, 1482-1555, Paduan Jurist, Canon of Padua 1516 [obverse] Wikidata
Giovanni Da Cavino, Medaglista padovano del Cinquecento Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries Sudoc [ABES], France
Girolamo Cornaro, c. 1486-1551, Venetian Patrician [obverse] Wikidata
Girolamo Panico, died 1558, and Pompeo Ludovisi, died 1565 [obverse] Wikidata
Head of Arethusa [obverse] Wikidata
Homer [obverse] Wikidata
Iulius tertius Pont[ifex] Max[imus] a[nno] V Io[hannes] Cavino P[atavinus] Vatican Library
Lorenzino de' Medici, 1514-1547, Son of Pierfrancesco II [obverse] Wikidata
Luca Salvioni, died 1536, Paduan Jurist [obverse] Wikidata
Man with Arms and Africa Mourning [reverse] Wikidata
Marco Mantova Benavides, 1489-1582, Lawyer and Collector [obverse] Wikidata
Mars Resting on a Spear and Shield [reverse] Wikidata
[Medaglia commemorante la restaurazione nel 1553 della religione cattolica in Inghilterra] Vatican Library
Mels as Genius, Sacrificing [reverse] Wikidata
Mercury Taming Pegasus [reverse] Wikidata
Paduaner Wikidata
Padwany Wikidata
Roma, the Emperor, and Victory [reverse] Wikidata
Sabina, died A.D. 136 or 137, Wife of Hadrian [obverse] Wikidata
Salus and Serpent [reverse] Wikidata
Septimius Severus, Emperor, reigned A.D. 193-211 [obverse] Wikidata
Temple of Eternity [reverse] Wikidata
Temple with Goddess [reverse] Wikidata
Wolf and Twins [reverse] Wikidata

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