A tryptich thought to date to the early 14th century has come to light in the city hall on the Capitoline hill.

The fresco depicting Christ the Saviour, the disciples Peter and Paul, the patron saints of Rome, and part of a halo belonging to the Virgin Mary, is located in a disused office in what was once the tower of Pope Boniface IX in Palazzo Senatorio at the far end of Piazza del Campidoglio overlooking the Roman Forum. It was uncovered during restructuring and restoration works for Rome