DIVINE COMEDY Inferno canto VII. Then he turned to that breath in the fog And said Shut the damned wolf Consume inside you with your anger. I VII 7 9 . In an allegorical frame of the work on the left the Supreme Poet Dante Alighieri 1265 1321 at the desk on the right Virgil passing with Dante silences Pluto guardian of the fourth circle who railed against them. Chromolithography from a series by Egisto Sborgi Editore Florence 1918

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title: DIVINE COMEDY - PLUTO

subject date: 2007-02-19

caption: DIVINE COMEDY Inferno, canto VII. "Then he turned to that breath in the fog, / And said: Shut the damned wolf; / Consume inside you with your anger." (I, VII, 7-9). In an allegorical frame of the work: on the left the Supreme Poet Dante Alighieri (1265 - 1321) at the desk, on the right Virgil passing with Dante silences Pluto, guardian of the fourth circle, who railed against them. Chromolithography from a series by Egisto Sborgi Editore, Florence 1918

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image century : XIX

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subject century: XIV

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