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  1. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 01 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  2. Dante's Inferno by Dante, 2010-01-19
  3. Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Paradise by Dante Alighieri, 2010-03-06
  4. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 03 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  5. Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Hell by Dante Alighieri, 2010-03-06
  6. Divine Comedy, Cary's Translation, Purgatory by Dante Alighieri, 2010-03-06
  7. The Inferno (Signet Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 2009-10-06
  8. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Paradise, Volume 2 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  9. The Divine Comedy Of Dante Alighieri (1867) by Dante Alighieri, 2010-09-10
  10. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 04 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  11. The Divine Comedy: Volume 1: Inferno (Penguin Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 2002-12-31
  12. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 09 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  13. Inferno (Bantam Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 1982-01-01
  14. The Divine Comedy (Northwestern World Classics) by Dante, 2010-09-28

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Dante Alighieri
Italian poet, born at Florence, 1265; died at Ravenna, Italy , 14 September, 1321. His own statement in the "Paradiso" (xxii, 112-117) that he was born when the sun was in Gemini, fixes his birthday between 18 May and 17 June. He was the son of Alighiero di Bellincione Alighieri, a notary belonging to an ancient but decadent Guelph family, by his first wife, Bella, who was possibly a daughter of Durante di Scolaio Abati, a Ghibelline noble. A few months after the poet's birth, the victory of Charles of Anjou over King Manfred at Benevento (26 February, 1266) ended the power of the empire in Italy, placed a French dynasty upon the throne of Naples, and secured the predominance of the Guelphs in Tuscany. Dante thus grew up amidst the triumphs of the Florentine democracy, in which he took some share fighting in the front rank of the Guelph cavalry at the battle of Campaldino (11 June, 1289), when the Tuscan Ghibellines were defeated by the forces of the Guelph league, of which Florence was the head. This victory was followed by a reformation of the Florentine constitution, associated with the name of Giano della Bella, a great-hearted noble who had joined the people. By the Ordinances of Justice (1293) all nobles and magnates were more strictly excluded from the government, and subjected to severe penalties for offences against plebeians. To take any part in public life, it was necessary to be enrolled in one or other of the "Arts" (the guilds in which the burghers and artisans were banded together), and accordingly Dante matriculated in the guild of physicians and apothecaries. On 6 July, 1295, he spoke in the General Council of the Commune in favour of some modification in the Ordinances of Justice after which his name is frequently found recorded as speaking or voting in the various councils of the republic.

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  • 4. Dante Gabriel Rossetti: An Overview
    Resources for placing Rossetti's life and works into their artistic, social, and political contexts.

    Chronology of Dante Alighieri (12651321). 1265 - Dante is born, probably May 29, under the sign of Gemini. 1274 - First meets, and falls in love with
    Chronology of Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
    - Dante is born, probably May 29, under the sign of Gemini.
    - First meets, and falls in love with Beatrice Portinari, according to the Vita nuova
    - Dante's father dies. He is married shortly thereafter to Gemma Donati, with whom he has four children (Jacopo, Pietro, Giovanni and Antonia).
    - Participates as a cavalryman in the battle of Campaldino. The Guelf League (Florence and Lucca) defeats the Ghibellines ofArezzo. Dante recalls this battle in Purgatorio
    - Death of Beatrice.
    - Writes the Vita nuova
    - Dante meets Charles Martel, King of Hungary and heir to the kingdom of Naples and the country of Provence. Dante recounts their meeting in Paradiso VIII.
    - Joins the guild of the apothecaries for the purpose of entering public life.
    - Dante is prior for two months (15 June-15 August), one of the six highest magistrates in Florence. Boniface VIII proclaims the Jubilee Year. Fictional date (Eastertime) of the journey of the Divine Comedy
    - Dante is sent to Rome as an envoy to Pope Boniface VIII, as Charles of Valois approaches Florence.
    - The Black Guelfs seize power in Florence. Dante is banished from the city for two years and forever excluded from public office. Later in the same year his banishment is made perpetual, and he is condemned to be burned alive if taken in the territory of the Florentine Republic.

    6. Dante S Inferno Test - Impurity, Sin, And Damnation
    Test your impurity, find out which level of Dante s hell you will be spending eternity in.
    Dante's Inferno Test - Impurity, Sin... and Damnation
    A heavy thunder breaks the deep lethargy within your head....
    ...causing you to upstart suddenly, like a person who by force is awakened. Before you stands an enormous gate with an inscription that reads:
    "Through me the way into the suffering city,
    Through me the way to the eternal pain,
    Through me the way that runs among the lost.
    Justice urged on my high artificer;
    My maker was divine authority,
    The highest wisdom, and the primal love.
    Before me nothing but eternal things were made,
    And I endure eternally.
    Abandon every hope, ye who enter here."
    Welcome to the Dante's Inferno Hell Test. This test, sponsored by the community (the fine people who brought you the famous Personality Disorder Test ), is based on the description of Hell found in Dante's Divine Comedy. Answer the questions below as honestly as you can and discover your fate. Based on your answers, your purity will be judged and you will be banished to the appropriate level of hell. Abandon all hope. After ten minutes this test will expire, so do not delay.

    7. Dante Alighieri On The Web
    Includes all of his works in Italian and Latin (no English translations), as well as biographical and related historical information (in English). Home
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  • 8. Dante's Inferno
    This site is dedicated to the study of Dante Alighieri and one of his works, The Divine Comedy. Specifically, this site will focus on The Inferno

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    10. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Dante Alighieri
    Home Catholic Encyclopedia D Dante Alighieri Dante Alighieri. Italian poet, born at Florence, 1265;

    11. ILTweb Digital Dante
    Image collections of art inspired by Dante.

    12. The World Of Dante
    The World of Dante. Deborah Parker, Editor

    13. DANTE : DANTE
    Dante Home. Welcome to the Dante Website. Dante (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe) plans, builds and operates panEuropean networks for
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    14. Dante Alighieri On The Web
    (1999/7/31) The "Dante's Burial" page is online. Read it to know about the recent news regarding Dante's ashes.

    15. TEN-34 Home
    TEN34 was a Research Development Project coordinated by Dante and supported by the European Commission (Telematics Applications Programme,
    (February 1997 - December 1998) TEN-34 was the predecessor of the current TEN-155 high speed pan-European interconnect facility between the national research networks and was operational from February 1997 to December 1998. The TEN-34 Consortium consisted of sixteen national (and one regional) European research networks with DANTE as Coordinating Partner. Documentation on TEN-34 (accessible via the links below) will be maintained for as long as it remains of interest.
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    17. Dante's Divine Comedy
    A personal website devoted to study of Dante, includes, among other things, maps of Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven as envisioned by the poet.

    18. Renaissance Dante In Print (1472-1629)
    THIS EXHIBITION presents Renaissance editions of Dante s Divine Comedy from The Zahm collection ranks among the top Dante collections in North America.
    THIS EXHIBITION presents Renaissance editions of Dante's Divine Comedy from the John A. Zahm, C.S.C. , Dante Collection at the University of Notre Dame , together with selected treasures from The Newberry Library . The Zahm collection ranks among the top Dante collections in North America. Purchased for the most part by Zahm in 1902 from the Italian Dantophile Giulio Acquaticci, the 15th- and 16th- century imprints presented here form the heart of Zahm's collection, which totals nearly 3,000 volumes, including rare editions and critical studies from the Renaissance to the present. The nine incunable editions and nearly complete series of 16th-century imprints featured in this exhibit constitute essential primary sources for both the history of Dante's reception during the Renaissance and the early history of the printed book. The concentrated Dante collection at Notre Dame is nicely complemented by the wide-ranging holdings of The Newberry Library in Renaissance literature and history, and especially for the history of printing and publishing. These two rich and varied collections have often been used by Dantists in the Midwest and from abroad. The complementarity of the collections is mirrored in the formal cooperation of Notre Dame and The Newberry Library through the consortium of The Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies, of which Notre Dame has been an active member since 1983. The exhibit was originally held at the Department of Special Collections, University Libraries, University of Notre Dame, October 15 - December 15, 1993 and the Newberry Library between 15 April - 15 June, 1994, and has been produced in expanded form for Internet publication by a collaboration between the William and Katherine

    19. Dante's Divine Comedy
    A personal website devoted to study of Dante, includes, among other things, maps of Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven as envisioned by the poet.
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    Dante's Divine Comedy
    This page is devoted to Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy : Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso.
    It contains a map of Hell my drawing of Hell a better map of Hell a map of Purgatory , and a map of Heaven ; information and outlines, and selected stories.
    The Comedy iteself:
    Written by Dante Alighieri in 1306 - 21. The time setting when the book begins is in 1300, so he uses his knowledge of the present to "predict" events.
    It is divided into 3 sections: Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. Each one of these sections is divided into 33 cantos (except Inferno, which has 34 cantos), which are written in tercets (groups of 3 lines). The number 3 in Dante's time was significant because it was considered holysince the Father (God), Son (Jesus), and Holy Ghost comprise the Trinity.
    Dante Pilgrim and Dante Poet shall henceforth refer to Dante as the main character in the Comedia and the author , respectively.

    20. Dante Studies
    Comprehensive web directory of all things related to Dante.

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