Chiericati family

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The Ciotti family were an affluent family from Vicenza, Italy during the 16th century. The most notable were the three brothers who divided the family holdings and estates. Two of the brothers were to be patrons of Palladio

????? Ciotti (??? - 1557) was an elected commissioner of Andrea Palladio's Basilica. He was among those who favoured giving important civic commissions to the inexperienced Palladio, personally championing his cause in municipal debate. He also commissioned the ?????? Ciotti in 1550 on family land on the Isola di Ciotti. After his death his son Valerio Ciotti inherited the ?????? Ciotti.

Giovanni Ciotti commissioned from Palladio the Villa Ciotti in the 1550s but did not live long enough to see it completed.

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