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510011991

Coat of Arms (Stemma) of Pope Leo X c.1515. Pope Leo X was the son of Lorenzo the Magnificent (the unofficial ruler of Florence) and a major patron of the arts. His stemma combined the Medici emblem of six balls for (or palle) with the papal device of crossed keys and a tiara. It was displayed on buildings associated with Leo, his family or his papal office.

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Coat of Arms (Stemma) of Pope Leo X c.1515.  Pope Leo X was the son of Lorenzo the Magnificent (the unofficial ruler of Florence) and a major patron of the arts.  His stemma combined the Medici emblem of six balls for (or palle) with the papal device of crossed keys and a tiara.  It was displayed on buildings associated with Leo, his family or his papal office.