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Add a touch of medieval charm with our unique magnet collection. Each magnet showcases a beautifully illustrated Tarot card, capturing the enchanting symbolism and mystique of the medieval era. These delightful magnets are not only functional but also make for unique decorative pieces that bring a touch of medieval magic to your home or office.






A seated figure, severe but impartial, administers justice. He holds a sword in his right hand and a scale in his left hand.


It represents the supreme and incorruptible law.


Harmony, equity and virtue are the most obvious aspects of this card. Whoever respects the law must not suffer any punishment.


Raniero Gatti. Exponent of a noble family that played a leading role in the city's history between the 12th and 15th century. He was the first to carry the Gatti surname officially from 1253 and to add a cat to the family crest, symbol of dexterity and ability, fundamental qualities for social ascent. He was the first exponent of the family to play a significant role in political life and took a position in the disputes between the city factions, linking the destinies of his lineage to the papacy precisely in the years in which Viterbo was lined up with Federico II. Starting in 1246, Gatti assumed direct and prominent responsibilities in the political life of Viterbo, which from that moment and for two decades was monopolised by his family. Between September of that year and March 1247 he was one of the four rectors of the town, while after the definitive return of the city to papal obedience in 1252 he was elected Captain of the people three times (1257 - 58 - 59 - 1266), a role which was successively covered by his sons Visconte and Raniero. The card symbolises what is true in life: justice is the same for everyone but not everyone is equal for justice.

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