The royal chair and baldacchino had been removed, and their place was occupied by the usual bench of the President.
There is a baldacchino of wood over the altar, with urns upon its corners.
Between the altar and the railing arose a baldacchino, the canopy of white silk, the four supporting columns of shining silver.
The baldacchino, erected in 1614, is supported by four porphyry columns.
Over the throne is a canopy or baldacchino the emblem of sovereignty.
The most beautiful of these was probably the baldacchino which surmounted the high altar.
That church porch is like the baldacchino over certain Roman high altars, or, more humbly, like a very large fourpost bedstead.
The high altar, with a baldacchino, supported by four porphyry columns, covers the remains of SS.
Two of the pillars of the baldacchino are of breccia-corallina.
The altar was rebuilt and beautified in 1362, and it is probable that the baldacchino is of that date.