Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.