Camerino, Jacopo da (the 13th-14th centuries)
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Jacopo da Camerino, Italian mosaics-maker, lived in the 13th-14th centuries. There is only one known work of this master, the great apse mosaics in basilica St John Lateran in Rome executed in collaboration with Jacopo Torriti and dated with 1291. It was also documented his activity in Orvieto in 1325 and maybe also in Gubbio in 1341.
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