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This paper presents a chemical-mineralogical characterization of construction materials from medieval Renaissance buildings of Ferrara (NE Italy) to provide an insight into the nature and provenance of the raw materials used. Biagio Rossetti was an Italian architect and urbanist from the city of Ferrara. From 1483, he was the architect of the Duke of Ferrara Ercole I d'Este who in 1492 assigned him the project of enlarging the city of Ferrara. Biagio Rossetti is still famous because he designeddoi:10.3390/geosciences11010031 fatcat:5ct4m7ufu5b2lbmp3dov5xpqee