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Venetians are known for their custom of consecrating the prophets of the Old Testament. Inspired by the Byzantine conventions adopting Baroque style describing the tale of Moses.
A great part of the structure of the Chiesa di San Moise in Venice goes back to the ninth century. Moise Venier funded the reconstruction and Alessandro Tremignon planned the façade in 1668 using sculptural components credited to Heinrich Meyring an Austrian sculptor who designed as well the altarpiece.