Giuliano Giamatti da Sangallo
Architect and sculptor; Antonio da Sangallo, the Elder.
Born in 1445 in Florence, Italy; died there in 1516.
After working on the Palazzo San Marco in Rome and the fortification of the harbor of Ostia, he received the patronage of the Medici family and erected the church of Madonna delle Carceri at Prato (1485), Villa Poggio at Cajano (1489), and in Florence the hermitage of San Agostino before the Gate San Gallo, from which he obtained his surname.
From 1503 to 1511 he was architect of Saint Peter's
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