robes, and then we get in the Room of the Maps, with the walls covered with
geographical tables; we enter in the Grimani
once used for the private hearings adorned by the mourned
Christ of Giovanni Bellini and from a fireplace carved by
the Lombardo; then we pass into the Erizzo Room and into
the Room of the Plasters. The Room of the Philosophers
shows 12 paintings representing the philosophers that
there were once and a St. Cristoforo work of Tiziano (1523-1524). More,
the Rooms of the Vault, of the Corner and of the
Portraits constituted the private residence of the Doge.
The Room of the Squires housed guards and attendants of
the Doge (paintings of Domenico Tintoretto).