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A dictionary of proper names and notable matters ... - Warburg Institute

A dictionary of proper names and notable matters ... - Warburg Institute

A dictionary of proper names and notable matters ... - Warburg

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  • Page 2 and 3: HANDBOUND AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORO
  • Page 7 and 8: DANTE DICTIONARY PAGET TOYNBEE i^¥
  • Page 9 and 10: A DICTIONARY OF PROPER NAMES AND NO
  • Page 11 and 12: PREFACE In this Dante Dictionary I
  • Page 13 and 14: PREFACE A few weeks before the comp
  • Page 15 and 16: CONTENTS Preface v-viii Proper Name
  • Page 17 and 18: Abati], ancient noble family of Flo
  • Page 19 and 20: Accidiosi Aohaemenides applications
  • Page 21 and 22: Acis Acri rebel against his father
  • Page 23 and 24: Adamo Adamo, Maestro i.e. mankind,
  • Page 25 and 26: : — Adoardo Adriano cino, accordi
  • Page 27 and 28: Aeneis Aetnicus iii. 56-7) ; Purg.
  • Page 29 and 30: Agapito Agnol host sailed to the co
  • Page 31 and 32: — Aguglione Alagia owing to the e
  • Page 33 and 34: I Alamania Albanug subitamcntc si I
  • Page 35 and 36: Alberto Alberto di Cologna Alberto
  • Page 37 and 38: — Alcide Aldobrandeschi Falsifier
  • Page 39 and 40: Alessandro Alessaudro Cairo) on the
  • Page 41 and 42: Aletto Alfergano Tuscia, qui fuit m
  • Page 43 and 44: Alichino AUagherius who in return m
  • Page 45 and 46: Alvernia Ambrosius lo receup molt m
  • Page 47 and 48: Amiclate Analytica Priora Inttllrct
  • Page 49 and 50: Ancella Andrea de' Mozzi The tradit
  • Page 51 and 52: — AngelOt Castello sant' Animallb
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    — Autenora Antenora gether with t

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    Antepraedicamenta Antipurgatorio a

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    » [ Apollo Apollo, son of Jupiter

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    Aquilegienses Aragonos elmo2] ; aft

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    \ Archiano charge of the captive Hy

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    — : Argolico Ari^te 'Reatabat ver

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    Aristotile ArU iv. 988; De Caeio et

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    I Fra I B Arnaldo Daniello Amo po!

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    i Arrigo Arrigo At tubiue horriCco

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    — — Arrigo Arrigo childhood) of

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    I Arrigo d'lnghilterra Arrigucci a

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    Artii Ascesi ' Et Mordrct, qui bicn

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    — Assyrii Atlas ably identical wi

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    Augustulo Avari baiuloy Par. vi. 73

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    Azio Azzolino his theory (Df A m'ma

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    Babilon Badia £t si avoit li murs

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    — Barbariccia Battista, II explai

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    Be Beatrice erano I'anno in quest!

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    — Beatrice Beccheria gloriosa B.,

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    : Bellisar Bello, Geri Del B. as an

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    — Benedetto Benedetto, San 7en/a

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    t Beni, Di Fine de' Beringhieri, Ra

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    I Bernardo Bernardo Bernardo 2, St.

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    Bertram dal Bornio Bianchi were the

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    Bianco Bibbla, La e parte di loro c

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    — Bibbiat La Bocca coram], Wisdom

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    Bologna Bolognesi Boezio Scverino,

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    — Bonatti, Guido Benvenuto says t

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    — — ; — Bonifazio Bonifazio M

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    — — Borgo san Felice Branca d'O

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    Briareo Brigata Spendereocia colonn

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    — Brunelleschi, Agnello Brunetto

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    BrunetUB Florentinus Bruto de Dieu,

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    Bulgari Buonoonte a distinguished G

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    BUOBO U parte guelfa e furonne capo

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    Cacoiaguida Cacoianimico, Venedioo

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    — Cadmo Caelo, De perched a fiery

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    — Caiphas Callaroga A similar bel

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    — Cammino, Gherardo da Campagnati

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    Campo Piceno mentioned by Odcrisi (

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    — Cancellieri Cancellieri Sordell

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    Canzoniere Caorsa The Cofwivifl con

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    Capeti Capocchio Inifcmuit dictis s

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    — Cardlnale, II Cardinale, II Cap

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    Carlo Carlo of Count Raymond Bereng

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    I Carlo Carlo but by the advice fat

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    Carlo Carlo Charles I of Anjou, pre

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    — Carlo Martello Cairo, II corona

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    — — Casella sees him in Antepur

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    — Cassio Castel, Ouido da Cassine

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    Catalano Catalogna Benvenuto speaks

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    T Catone Catone 85 in 149; he was e

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    — Cavalcante Cavaloanti Cayalcant

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    — — — Cavalcanti, Guido Caval

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    Celestino V Celestlno V per lasciar

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    Cephas Cerchi ' Lo re ManTrcdi scnt

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    Cesare Cesare ' Habet haec civitas

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    — — Chiara, Santa Chiarentana C

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    I Chiusi Ciacco sent to the Trojan

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    Cianfa Cianghella Benvenuto suppose

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    Cioero Cioilia Tola Tamilia Borbonl

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    — — Cielo Cristallino Cielo Emp

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    — Cielo Stellate Clmabue will nev

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    Ginus Pistoriensis Ciriatto C. bein

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    Claudianus Clemente Dei by name, he

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    Clemenza Climend with especial refe

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    — Collina Porta Colonne, Ouido de

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    ColossenseSf Epistola ad da'signori

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    — Confessloni, Le Consolatione Ph

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    — Cordelliero Comiglia position b

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    Corso Donati Cortigiani comtine. E

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    Costanza Creta a nun, and had been

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    Cristallino, Cielo Cristo St. Bonav

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    Cunizza Chipido gona; she was born

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    i Currado Curzii assert his heredit

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    — Damiano, Pier Damiano, Pier rem

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    Dante Dante nomina talia sunt ci no

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    Dante Dante nienti di Giustizia ' [

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    — — Dante Dante sentence was pr

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    DecU Deianira grandson, all bearing

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    Dente, Vitaliano del Deus Purgatory

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    Digesta Dio slum in Africa,' and hi

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    Diocleziano Dione Par. xxiv. 4 ; xx

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    I Dionisio Acoademico Dite, Porta d

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    Domenioani Domenico seguivano la dc

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    t Dominazioni Donati illuminated th

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    Durazzo Ebrei Durazzo, Dyrrachium,

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    Edoardo Egidio he journeyed he met

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    Elementorum, De Prop. EUesponto Ele

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    Empedooles Ente, De SimpUclter Empe

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    — Bpistole Dantesche Eresiarohe w

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    Ermafrodito Esopo Ermafrodito, Herm

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    Ethica Etiopia Conv. iv. 8i«-» {E

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    Enrialo Eva to drink of the waters

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    — ' Pabbro Fabricius effort to ga

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    Faraone Farinata born at the beginn

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    Pederico Pederlco prince of intrepi

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    — Federico Federioo Novello succe

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    — — ; Fenice Ferrarienses but t

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    — Fiesole Fillppeschi D. follows

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    Pilippo Filomela and Charles IV. [A

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    I Piorentini Fiorentini vivandc, e

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    — Fiorenza Fiorenza Epist. ii. I

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    Fiumi del Purgatorio Florentia of w

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    Foloo Fonte Avellana Barral, e preg

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    Porli Franoesca Forll, town in the

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    Pranceschi Francesco The Franciscan

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    Frate Loderingo Frati Minor! Frate

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    — — Pucci, Vanni Pucoi, Vanni r

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    — Oades Oalassia of Hercules, Par

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    Oaleno, -us Oaleotto Galeno, -us, G

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    — Galigaio GalU (Methodus Medendi

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    I — — Gangalandi Garamanti dice

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    Gaudenti, Prati Gennaio Ghibelline

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    — Gerarchia Gerardus de Bomeil th

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    Germania Gerusalemme, U Giotto di i

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    \ Ghibellini men of Holy Church, an

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    I Ghisileriis, Guido de mirabilis,

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    Giano della Bella Oiano della Bella

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    Qinevra Qiotto relation, which he c

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    Giovanna GioTanni D.'s introduction

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    Giovanni del Virgilio Oiove, Cielo

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    k Oiuda Giudei Jubilee but to the a

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    Giuseppo Olauoo against him by Poti

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    — Gomorra Governo Zanche. Don Mic

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    I Orecia Gregorio posscnti . . . i

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    T 3rifone Oualdrada ' Dice I'Aretin

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    — — — Guelfl Ouglielmo violen

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    — Guglielmo Guglielmo enhanced by

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    Guidi» Conti Guidi, Conti the freq

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    Guido Guinicelli Guido Guinicelli t

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    Ouido Montefeltrano Guido Montefelt

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    — Guido delle Colonne since there

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    Guitto Aretinus Guizzante like that

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    — ) Hannibal Hesperia Pegulhan, o

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    I^ the letter I ; D. says neither O

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    I Imperatori Indico i6'3«; Epist.

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    Inferno Innooenzio which forms, as

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    lo- Ippocrate iracundoset superbos

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    Isidoro Ispagna the departments of

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    I Itali Italic inhabitants of ancie

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    — Jacobi, Epistola Jacob!, Episto

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    Jaoopo Jacopo Rustioucci relics was

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    Januenses Jepte Januenses, the Geno

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    Jocasta Josud twenty elders (repres

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    — Juno, -one Lageus gilium, et ta

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    — Lano Lapo moms, son of Lycurgus

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    Latini Lavagna resp>ectively for th

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    Leo, San Letd cesser; but the Emper

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    Libanus Libri Regum minus videt : s

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    Lin Lino enter through seven gates

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    Livius Lombardi Mon. ii. 5ia«-32 (

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    Lombardo Lorenso (Purg. xviii. 134-

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    LucanuB Luoia •dlles, Par. ix. 93

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    Luoifero Luorezia compares with a g

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    I Luna Luna, Cielo della [Eoate] ;

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    — Luni Maccabei on July 4, 1314,

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    Maeotidus Mainardo Pagano Maeotidus

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    Malaspiua, Currado Malaspina, Curra

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    Malatesta Malatesta, Paolo citizens

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    Malebranohe Malta at Virgil's summo

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    1\ Manfredi Manfredi » of the Guel

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    Manfredi da Vico Manto dei vizi cap

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    Marca Anconitana Marcello 3), and i

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    Marco Lombardo cum duminis Lombardi

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    Maria Maria the Holy Spirit (Matt.

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    Maria di Brabante Marte According t

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    Marte Marte, Cielo di Boccaccio say

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    Marzia Marzuooo came the first Bish

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    i Matelda Matteo tasti me, Domine,

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    — Medicina MeliboeuB courts of Ro

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    Meroiirio, Cielo di Metamorphoseos

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    Metaura another, it is generated by

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    — Michele Scotto Micol in foreign

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    L Miniato, San Minos Poseidon as to

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    Miseno Monarchia, De Miseno, Misenu

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    — Monferrato, Bonifazio di Montap

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    — Montefeltro, Buonconte da venut

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    Mutinenses Namerious help, as quell

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    — Navarrese Nembrotto the Eagle i

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    NereuB Nettuno Par quoy fault fairr

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    T J Niccold Niccold . . . Et hie no

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    I Nino Niobd trespassa de cest siec

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    Novum Testamentum Obizzo da Esti (i

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    — Odissea Offlcils, De n then, at

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    — Omioide totle's, it being intro

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    — — Ormanni and which D. compar

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    Orso, Cont* Ottobre election (ix. 8

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    P. first letter of the word peccaio

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    Paolo Malatesta Paradiso Apostle to

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    Paradiso Paradiso parte, ci6 che la

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    Parisi Farmentes D. places Paris, t

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    Pastore Pastore, Shepherd ; term ap

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    — Peloro Peumno teraent en vie ;

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    — Pergama Peruzza, Porta From thi

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    Fettinagno, Pier Physica him with G

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    Piccarda Pier delle Vigne having in

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    — Pieride mentre l\\ nel suo gran

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    — Pietro Pletro loo-ii, 130-2). S

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    Pietro, Santo Fignatelli, Bartolomm

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    Pineta Piramo adherents, who were o

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    Pisani Fistoia £ort navigable iden

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    Pittagorici Platone ship many are m

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    ' — ing him with the idea of weal

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    Polinioe PoUtica Contilium sapient,

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    — Ponti Porta del Paradiso Edward

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    — Prato Priamus Fralta di Valle T

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    Processione mistica Processiono mis

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    ' of Procne Provenza ing of the car

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    Provinciales Puglia (Prinf. viii. 6

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    T Furgatorio Quadrivio where is sit

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    I — Quatuor Virt, Card,, De « Se

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    Kavenna the obverse ; the reverse i

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    Regina Rerum Transmutatione, De Lat

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    Ridolfo Rinaldo degll Scrovigni di

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    Roberto Roberto Quiscardo was by bi

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    — Roma Romagna Lucan's address to

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    Romani Roman! scended from the Troj

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    Romena Bonoisvalle Romena, village

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    — Rubaoonte Ruggieri, Aroivescovo

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    — Sacchetti Saladinoy II The rape

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    Salterello, Lapo Sanesi sunt occult

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    — — Santerno Sapfa to St. Helen

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    Sardigna Satumo a neighbour to them

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    Savi d'Egitto Soala, Delia Reno, In

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    Soipione Scorpio pione, Inf. xxxi.

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    — Semilatius Beatrice refrains fr

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    Senoorate Seraflni where he was eve

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    Sesto Cielo Settentrione less deriv

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    Siculi iiihaercrc tantoruin princip

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    — Signa Signa, village of Tuscany

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    Simonide Sinone things ; referred t

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    — — Sirena Sismondi exposita es

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    — — Soldan Sole ticuooi] ; Gugl

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    I Sole, Cielo del Bordello resemble

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    Bordello Bordello to the projected

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    Spiro, Santo Stazio Holy Scripture,

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    Stazio of the soul, from its first

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    T Summulae Logicales causing them e

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    — Talamone Tamiri scapigliata fan

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    — Taumante Tebaldello ing and des

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    Tebana, Storia Temi Ne prent pai g^

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    Terra Terra Terra 2, the Earth, the

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    Tesifone TestamentOf Vecchio Tesifo

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    Thessalonicenses, Epist, ad Tifeo I

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    — Tiresia Tito Murderers and Robb

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    Tobiae, Liber Tolommeo Tobias (Tobi

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    Tolosano Tommaso de Toloza,' as he

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    Tommaso d'Aquino ToBcana maninconos

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    The Anonimo Fiorcntino says : — T

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    Trespiano 4-6), as having diverted

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    Troade Turbia especially in a woman

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    — Ubbriachi Ughl Ubbriachi], nobl

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    Ugolin d'Azzo Ugolino, Conte 961-11

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    J Ugolinus Bucciola Uguocione Ugoli

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    Ungari Urbs Vetus It is possible th

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    Vanni Pucoi Vegetius hanged for the

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    Canz. XV. 4 ; Venere, Cielo di Vene

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    Veronenses Vespro Siciliano peditio

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    Viniziani Virgilio of 1391, and to

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    Virgilio Vipgillo Virgil's place is

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    Visconti Vita Nuova Antepurgatory)

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    Viterbium Zeno, San Scrovigni in Pa

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    Zodiaco Zodiaco primo : nam super a

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    Petrus-' (p. 426, col. 2, I. 14), a

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    TABLES, PLATES AND INDICES

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    [TABLE II.] ON o w o PQ o CO o o «

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    [TABLE IV.1 c/5 ,-i < Q < U u 00 o

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    I I [TABLE v.] CLi u Q < u < PS w o

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    [TABLE VII.] Frederick, D. of Swabi

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    [TABLE Villa.] [TABLE IX.] KINGS OF

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    (TABLE XI.3 vi -J a, < 2 < < » O 5

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    [TABLE XII a.] [TABLE Xin.] Sancho

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    [TABLE XV.] [TABLE XVI.] Eric II, I

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    [TABLE XIX.] Conrad, Mqs. of Montfe

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    T) CONTEMPORARY WITH DANTE, 1265-13

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    [TABLE XXIIL] HOUSE OF ESTE, 1196-1

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    [TABLE XXV.] TABLE SHOWING THE RELA

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    LTABLB XXVI b.J Isnardo da Verrucol

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    [table XXX. X < o H o uCO Q < 1-4 u

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    [XXXI.] I a6| (Feb.). Capture of Si

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    [XXXI.] CUELFS AND CHIBELUNES Flore

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    [XXXI.] CUELFS AND CHIBELUNES the I

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    [XXXII.] INDEX OF FIRST LINES OF TH

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    [TABLE XXXIIL] TABLE OF THE CHAPTER

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    [XXXIII.] W. F.G. TABLE OF THE CHAP

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    [TABLE XXXV.J LIST OF ARTICLES DEAL

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    [XXXV.] LIST OF ARTICLES DEALING WI

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    [xxxvi.] INDEX OF ENGLISH OR ANGLIC

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    [PLATE la.] GERUSALEMME. [PLATE lb.

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    [PLATE III.] IL ZODIACO. [618]

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    [TABLE XXXVHL] A. Angevin Kings of

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    Clarendon Press Publications. THE O

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    SPECIMENS OF OLD FRENCH {continued)

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    i BINDING SECT. JUL t \^\)i Toynbee

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