Alighieri Dante born 1265.
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DANTE ALIGHIERI: HIS LIFE AND WORKS.
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It was the time when Messer Dante Alighieri was Prior of the Arts and Liberty.
"The Well of Saint Clare" by Anatole France
The celebration of the sixth centenary of the death of Dante Alighieri proves this.
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Tutte le Opere di Dante Alighieri.
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DANTE ALIGHIERI His Life and Works.
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Dante (originally Durante) Alighieri was born at Florence in May, 1265, and died at Ravenna September 14, 1321.
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THE PURGATORY OF DANTE ALIGHIERI.
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But while we are on this topic, do not let us forget Dante Alighieri, your prince of lovers.
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Dante Alighieri expelled from Florence, i.
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Paradiso Dante Alighieri Translated by Robert & Jean Hollander Doubleday, $40, 944 pp.
'The Divine Comedy,' by Dante Alighieri .
'The Divine Comedy ,' by Dante Alighieri.
Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy as illustrated by Salvador Dali .
Italian author Dante Alighieri's poem Inferno, or Hell, is probably the best-known of a trilogy of poems called The Divine Comedy: Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso.
"Art, as far as it is able, follows nature, as a pupil imitates his master " —Dante Alighieri.
"Art, as far as it is able, follows nature, as a pupil imitates his master "—Dante Alighieri.
'The Divine Comedy,' by Dante Alighieri.
' Inferno ' by Dante Alighieri: New translation by Mary Jo Bang is modern vision of hell.
POETRY Inferno By Dante Alighieri Translated by Mary Jo Bang.
Last month, a statue was unveiled in Cleveland's Cultural Gardens honoring the Italian poet Dante Alighieri.
Had Dante Alighieri written the Divine Comedy today rather than in the 1300s, the circles of hell for the worst offenders probably would closely resemble the Department of Motor Vehicles.