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And it was decided that the neighbours who benefited from this should pay, and a farm was bought for the bishop. 1372: The Signori and captain of the popolo of Siena … had placed over the door of the Palazzo pubblico [statues of] two she-wolves with a lion in the middle. This was on 27 June. 1373: The livestock market began to be held on the piano of Fonte Branda, outside the gate, and a large ditch was dug and a pen made, on land belonging to the canons and the shoemakers’ guild. 1374: The bishop of Siena had 1,356 florins from the commune to compensate for the loggia that the commune had demolished to build the chapel of San Giacomo in the Duomo … 1376: The commune built the house for the prison warders.
M. 23 On this poet, see most recently S. Epstein, Genoa and the Genoese, 958–1528 (Chapel Hill, 1996), pp. 166–71; also L. Martines, Power and Imagination: City-States in Renaissance Italy (New York, 1979), pp. 87–93. Ch1 21 18/1/00, 4:55 pm 22 THE TOWNS OF ITALY IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES into foreign hands. No prince or baron has ever been able to bring it into subjection or to take away its freedom. It has a fine, beautiful circuit of walls, that circles it right round, with a bank outside the wall, since there is no need for a ditch.
Nineteen poor men died in the prison in March and April, and another ten in May and June. 27 1343: The Sienese had made many large conduits below ground to find water and bring it into the Campo. These conduits were started some time ago and run below ground for four miles outside the city. Many of these have not found water, but many draw it up in abundance … and in April the Sienese began to build a fountain, not very big, in the Campo. 1344: The tower of the commune of Siena, which is at the corner of the podestà’s palace, was finished this year, and is regarded as the most beautiful tower in Italy … The communal bells, which were in the Mignanelli tower, were taken down in February, and in April the bell of the popolo was put in the new tower, while the other bells were put in the cathedral campanile.