Two rooms open to the sides of the railing room.
One goddess dedicated to the Night, the other to the Day.
The ceiling paintings are now partly lost.
Rain infiltrations that occurred in the past have literally washed away the colors of the beautiful allegories painted by Ciampelli.
These were tempera paintings.
The colors only covered the surface of the plaster, without being an integral part of it as happens in the case of frescoes.
The infiltration of water therefore had an easy task in dissolving the refined lines of the artist, which can now only be admired in photography.