Another inscription records the fact that it was the work of Nicholas, the son of Bartolommeus of Foggia.
Further than this, the monumental attractions of Foggia hardly go beyond what is left of its chief church.
Of Foggia itself many perhaps have never heard except as a railway junction.
This morning they made an attack on an Englishman going to visit your Lordship at Foggia, and carrying rich jewels.
One arch of his palace still remains, with an inscription telling us how under him Foggia became a royal and Imperial seat.
"We are going to be transferred to-morrow to the prison at Foggia," she said.
He was much patronized by the Emperor Frederic, for whom he built the palace at Foggia, and made a tomb.
At Foggia we have not even the amount of hill which we have at Benevento.