architect; d. about 1330.
A son of Arnold, the third architect of the cathedral of Cologne, he succeeded his father in 1301. He finished the choir in 1322.
Tino di Camaino
architect and sculptor.
A pupil of Giovanni da Pisa who was employed on the cathedral of Siena after 1300. He made several monuments in Florence, the most important of which is that of Emperor Henry VII. In the will of Maria, widow of Charles II of Naples, Tino is chosen to construct her tomb. He is mentioned in other documents as architect of several buildings in the vicinity of Naples.