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Dante’s epic 14th-century poem the Divine Comedy - Italian manuscript produced only 125 years or so after Dante completed his poem

Dante sees a brilliant point of light--the Primum Mobile Creator: Giovanni di Paolo Date: Medium: manuscript illumination Yates Thompson Primum Mobile

Paradiso  'Paradiso', the third and final part of Dante's 'Divina Commedia' illuminated by Giovanni di Paolo c. 1450

Yates Thompson LightDante and Beatrice ascend to the Empyrean, represented as a river of light Creator: Giovanni di Paolo Date:

Dante’s epic 14th-century poem the Divine Comedy - Italian manuscript produced only 125 years or so after Dante completed his poem

Dante’s epic poem the Divine Comedy - Italian manuscript produced only 125 years or so after Dante completed his poem

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Dante Alighieri Divina Commedia:encounter of Dante and Beatrice.

Aeneas and Anchises - 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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St. John examines Dante on Love  Creator: Giovanni di Paolo  Date: c.1450   http://www.worldofdante.org/media/images/more/full/c11807-10a.jpg

Detail of a miniature of Beatrice watching as Dante is examined by John the Evangelist, who stands within a circle of golden stars with five naked souls. Origin: Italy, N.

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

The Word of Dante - Argo

Sexy Codicology: Dante’s Divine Comedy Illustrated in a Remarkable Illuminated Medieval Manuscript (c.

Meeting with Charon by Priamo della Quercia (manuscript illumination, Illustration of Dante's Divine Comedy )

Detail of a miniature of Dante being rowed by Charon across the River Acheron, from the closing lines of Canto III in the Inferno, Italy (Tuscany, Siena?), Yates Thompson MS f.

Fall of the Rebel Angels - 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

Fall of the Rebel Angels

Detail of a miniature of the Resurrection of the dead, from the Paradiso, Italy (Tuscany, Siena?), Yates Thompson MS f.

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

River of Light - 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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Virgin and Child and Bernard - 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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