Divine Comedy, Longfellow's Translation, Purgatory by Dante, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

By Dante, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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90 Nino de’ Visconti of Pisa, nephew of Count Ugolino, and Judge of Gallura in Sardinia. Dante had known him at the siege of Caprona, in 1290, where he saw the frightened garrison march out under safeguard. Inferno XXI. It was this “gentle Judge,” who hanged Friar Gomita for peculation. Inferno XXII. 51 Dante Alighieri - Divine Comedy, Purgatorio And on the instant my reply was heard, He and Sordello both shrank back from me, Like people who are suddenly bewildered. One to Virgilius, and the other turned To one who sat there, crying, “Up, Currado!

O German Albert! who abandonest 65 Her that has grown recalcitrant and savage, And oughtest to bestride her saddle-bow, 64 This has generally been supposed to be Sordello the Troubadour. But is it he? Is it Sordello the Troubadour, or Sordello the Podest`a of Verona? Or are they one and the same person? ” 65 Albert, son of the Emperor Rudolph, was the second of the house of Hapsburg who bore the title of King of the Romans. He was elected in 1298, but never went to Italy to be crowned. He came to an untimely and violent death, by the hand of his nephew John, in 1308.

Or are they one and the same person? ” 65 Albert, son of the Emperor Rudolph, was the second of the house of Hapsburg who bore the title of King of the Romans. He was elected in 1298, but never went to Italy to be crowned. He came to an untimely and violent death, by the hand of his nephew John, in 1308. This is the judgment of Heaven to which Dante alludes. His successor was Henry of Luxembourg, Dante’s “divine and triumphant Henry,” who, in 1311, was crowned at Milan with the Iron Crown of Lombardy, il Sacro Chiodo, as it is sometimes called, from the plate of iron with which the crown is lined, being, according to tradition, made from a nail of the Cross.

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