Frisinga crib, called also Kingĺs crib, was put on in the
local religious Museum in 1990. The
shepherds were bought in Palermo. They were been kept by
religious women and were taken from Napoli to Palermo by
Ferdinando King during the Neapolitan Revolution. The crib is
made up of 135 shepherds, 73 animals and 350 accessories made,
probably, in the second half of the eighteenth century by
artists such as Giuseppe Sanmartino, Lorenzo Mosca, Angelo Viva,
Ludovico Vaccaro, Nicola Vassallo e Giuseppe Picano.
staging of the crib was made by A. Emple and M. Feichtmeir. The
figures (animals, shepherds, magi and popular figures) are set
according to the Neapolitan tradition and make up scenes of the
Holy representation, scene of daily life and events that affect
the Neapolitan imagination such as the Oriental men procession.