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Paradiso, Canto VI, p124

Recapping Dante: Canto or Crowdsourcing

Inferno, Canto V, Second circle: Minos judging three souls

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Dante and Virgil - Dante Alighieri Title	Divina Commedia Origin	Italy, N. (Tuscany, Siena?) Date	between 1444 and c. 1450 Language	Italian    http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6468&CollID=58&NStart=36

Dante and Virgil - Detail, Yates Thompson Fol Divina Commedia, original by Dante Alighieri;

Dante and Beatrice -Dante Alighieri Title	Divina Commedia Origin	Italy, N. (Tuscany, Siena?) Date	between 1444 and c. 1450 Language	Italian    http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6468&CollID=58&NStart=36

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Dante and Beatrice - Dante Alighieri Title	Divina Commedia Origin	Italy, N. (Tuscany, Siena?) Date	between 1444 and c. 1450 Language	Italian    http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6468&CollID=58&NStart=36

Charles Martel on the vicissitudes of heredity: Dante and Beatrice hovering before Charles Martel, who stands within the Heaven of Venus, while below, Aeneas is standing before a Sicilian city, as three warriors approach

Giovanni di Paolo (1403–1482)

“Talk about grand ambitions; it’s like this guy thinks he’ll actually be able to chance the world of art as we know it.” Our recap of the pilot episode, aka Canto I, of Dante’s “Inferno.

The submission of the landgrave of Hesse

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Kneeling knight.  Egerton 878, f. 37. Speculum humanae salvationis, etc. Germany, S. (Ravensburg); between 1436 and 1438.

Egerton f. Speculum humanae salvationis, etc. between 1436 and

The sermon of the hypocritical priest Creator: Giovanni di Paolo Date: Medium: manuscript illumination Source: Yates Thompson Reprinted with permission of the British Library.

Punishment of the Lustful; Paolo and Francesca by Priamo della Quercia (manuscript illumination, Illustration of Dante's Inferno )

Detail of a miniature of Virgil addressing the carnal sinners Paolo and Francesca, as Dante swoons in horror, in illustration of Canto V in .

Virgil, Dante, and Cerberus - Dante Alighieri Title	Divina Commedia Origin	Italy, N. (Tuscany, Siena?) Date	between 1444 and c. 1450 Language	Italian    http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6468&CollID=58&NStart=36

Priamo della Quercia, Dante Alighieri Dante and Virgil from The Divine Comedy Italy (c. Illuminated Manuscript What you’re seeing is one of the original manuscripts of The Divine Comedy,.

The Winchester Bible English 1160 - 1175:  Scenes from the Life of Samuel. You can zoom WAY in for some amazing detail!

MS M.619 (recto)

Scenes from the Life of Samuel. Verso: Scenes from the Life of David. Leaf from the Winchester Bible. Illuminated by the Master of the Morgan Leaf. England, Winchester, Cathedral Priory of St. Swithin, ca. 583 x 396 mm

Map of cosmos from Dante's Divine Comedy (Hell - Purgatory - Paradise)

THE MOTHER OF ALL SCIENCES

La Materia della Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri, by Michelangelo Cactani, 1855

The Monk Who Knew Only the Ave Maria

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