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Dante and Beatrice: Beatrice (1266–1290)  was a Florentine woman known as the muse of the poet Dante Alighieri. Beatrice was the principal inspiration for Dante's Vita Nuova, and also appears as his guide in the Divine Comedy in the last book, Paradiso, and in the last four canti of Purgatorio. She was married to a banker, Simone dei Bardi. Dante met her only twice, each time separated by nine years but was so affected by the meetings that he carried his love for her throughout his life.

Dante Meets Beatrice at Ponte Santa Trinita by Henry Holiday, 1883

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Dante Alighieri "La bellesa desperta l'activitat de l'ànima" "Beauty awakens the soul to act"

Divine Comedy

Divine Comedy

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Dante - The Divine Comedy 1: Inferno - Section Map of Hell.

Dante - The Divine Comedy Inferno - Section Map of Hell.

Dante and Beatrice - Gustave Dore

Doré, Gustave - Dante gazes fixedly at Beatrice and every other thought is banished from his mind -paradiso-

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Illustration of Dante's Inferno, Canto 7

Beatrice leading Dante, Paradise scene from the Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Venetian miniature, 14th century.

Beatrice leading Dante, Paradise scene from the Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri Venetian miniature, century.

The Divine Comedy - Inferno, by Dante Alighieri

The Divine Comedy - Inferno, by Dante Alighieri

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Dore -- Circle of Pride, featuring the statues which serve as meditation guides for the atoning sinners.

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