We finish with two rather unusually named buildings: the Beccati Questo and Beccati Quello Towers in the Valdichiana, in Chiusi, along the road that lead from Siena to Perugia during the Middle Ages. Beccati Questo was erected around 1279 by the Guelphs after having won a victory against the Ghibellines. Its name, which means “Take This” in English, was given to tease the conquered enemy. A few years later, the locals of Perugia, in reply to the slight, built the Beccati Quello (or Beccati Quest’altro) Tower not far away, which still stands in Umbria. It means “Take That” in English.