In the poetical part of caccia it is described as recently made and “ben ritratto.”
This exactly tallies with the dates given in the two editions of caccia.
Lorenzo's Selva d'amore and caccia col falcone might also be mentioned in the same connexion.
I had better perhaps give the words in which caccia describes the work.
In the same meter, but in a less ambitious style, is La caccia col Falcone.
Besides, he did not wish to go to caccia's a second time for it.
This was one of the earliest chapels, and is mentioned as completed in the 1586 edition of caccia.
Over and above the advantage of having had even the later caccia before me, I have seen Cav.
This chapel is given as completed in the 1586 edition of caccia, so that Bordiga and Cusa are wrong in dating it 1598.
Bordiga says that a contract was made with caccia (not the historian), called Moncalvo, for the frescoes.