Raphael's home is located on Via del Conciliazione in Rome. It was here that the renowned Renaissance artist spent the last three years of his life. He was born Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino in 1483, either on March 28 or April 6, depending on which account you follow. He moved to Rome in 1508 at the bequest of Pope Julius II and immediately began work in the Vatican on what would eventually come to be known as the Raphael Rooms. It would come to be the most important commission of his career, and one which he would not live to see completed. Raphael bought the Palazzo Caprini, as this home was originally known, in 1517 and lived here until 1520. On April 6 of that year, after a two week long illness, supposedly brought on by an evening of prolonged sex with his mistress, Margherita Luti, Raphael died at the age of 37. He was buried in the Pantheon. The home he lived in underwent a complete restoration in the late 1500s from a two floor building to the one seen today. The new structure was built around the existing structure, which had fallen into major disrepair at the time. It was then renamed Palazzo dei Convertendi.