Dante Alighieri

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an Italian poet famous for writing the Divine Comedy that describes a journey through Hell and purgatory and paradise guided by Virgil and his idealized Beatrice (1265-1321)

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Also exhibited at the Salon of 1880 were Jean-Paul Aube's Dante Alighieri (sculpture in bronze); Edouard Blanchard's Francoise de Rimini (painting); and Gustave Courtois's Dante et Virgile aux enfers; cercle des traitres a la patrie (painting).
106-11; Ernesto Trucchi, Esposizione della Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri (Milano: Toffaloni, 1936), notes on Inferno 26.
Alighieri added that the Foundation has minimal staff, but it will do its best to manage this situation by implementing a Plan of Action.
In a partnership arranged by the Boston Private Industry Council, the Abuzz-Dante Alighieri relationship includes Abuzz employees who work with students and faculty at Dante Alighieri Elementary School to develop technology skills and competencies.
Abuzz has worked with the faculty and students at Dante Alighieri Elementary School since last year's NetDay, a citywide initiative with the goal of getting Boston schools on the Internet.
Dante Alighieri, Rime, a cura di Domenico De Robertis, voll.
Former Scotland footballer Archie Baird, 82, was awarded a gold medal by the Italian Dante Alighieri Society.
Substitue Dante Alighieri felled the rampaging Williams after 60 minutes to allow Chris Lane to extend the visitors' lead from the penalty spot.
This recipe would seem to be the one which Dante Alighieri cites in his famous Canto from the Purgatory.
One of the intents of this organizing procedure was to foreground the reading of the poem in order to downplay the controversial question of whether the Italian 'reduction' of the Roman de la Rose was written by Dante Alighieri.
Written by noted historian Sanford Holst, "Templar Inferno" explores how the death of Knights Templar in flames inspired Dante Alighieri to write his "Inferno" in the 1300s -- and how it changed everything that followed.
Based on the infamous Divine Comedy (or Dante's Inferno) written by Alighieri in the 14th century, EA's all-action release will literally drag you into the jaws of Hell.
The first guest sommelier for November is renowned wine buff Paul Woolston, of PricewaterhouseCoopers, who has chosen Masi Serego Alighieri 2006 white wine.
I Serego Alighieri a Gargagnago di Valpolicella Seicentocinquant'anni di una famiglia e delle sue possessioni.
Next to the memory of this unique gentleman scholar and his prestigious works, Galatina's "Casa di Dante" will be affectionately remembered by all, and will remain the proper testimonial to Aldo Vallone's lifelong devotion to his great true teacher and mentor: Dante Alighieri.