(b. before 1315, ?, d. 1355, Venezia)
Palazzo Ducale, Venice
Calendario was responsible for the first allegorical depiction of the Republic. His Venetia, a large circular relief in the tracery of the west side of the Palazzo Ducale, holds aloft in her right hand the sword that symbolizes power and justice. Beneath her feet, separated only by a boardwalk, a sea full of fishes rises in huge waves. To the right and the left, at Venetia's feet, two small figures represent Anger and Pride.