Dante Alighieri Exile And Death
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- Today in History - March 10
- In 1302, Pope Boniface VIII sentenced Italian poet and politician Dante Alighieri, author of "The Divine Comedy," to be burned to death for political reasons. Dante fled into exile.
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- In the 14th century, Dante Alighieri described the nine circles of hell -- and the their associated sins -- in this epic poem, Inferno.
- Over the river and through the dark woods: The world of Dante Alighieri
- Dante, aligned with the White Guelphs, who were opposed to the political influence of Pope Boniface VIII (1230-1303), was exiled to Rome on corruption charges. Dante was ... He died in 1321 in Ravenna, where the Divine Comedy had been completed.
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