PLAGUE of Milan in 1630. The phases of the public execution of Gian Giacomo Mora, Guglielmo Piazza and the other 'unyers', accused of having composed and scattered pestiferous ointments for the city. The modalities of the torture are described in detail in the plaque on the right, together with the motivation for which the Infamous Column was erected on the site of the barber shop Mora. Popular print, Italy 17th century