The Divine Comedy (Q40185)

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Italian narrative poem by Dante Alighieri
  • Divina Commedia
  • Divina Comedia
  • Commedia
  • Comedìa
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The Divine Comedy
Italian narrative poem by Dante Alighieri
  • Divina Commedia
  • Divina Comedia
  • Commedia
  • Comedìa

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Divina Commedia 1555 Edition.png
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La Divina Commedia (Italian)
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Divine Comedy (English)
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Divine Comedy | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
4 May 2022
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The Divine Comedy / Purgatorio / Canto XVI / Rome, that reformed the world, accustomed was Two suns to have, which one road and the other, Of God and of the world, made manifest. (English)
The metaphor of the two suns makes the Emperor and the Pope equal, and is a refutation of the typical metaphor used by political theorists at the time, in which the Pope is the sun and the Emperor is the moon, deriving his light from the Pope. This is the metaphor that Dante himself uses at the end of his political treatise, Monarchia. (English)
THE PROPER FUNCTlONING [...] He deals with it directly in Marco Lombardo’s discourse on the two suns (Pg. 16) and in the various attacks on the Donation of Constantine, and indirectly in his own frequent and clear denial of any but a spiritual and didactic function to the church and in his unrelenting criticism of the greed, corruption, and abuse of their position by individual popes and churchmen. (English)
Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita (Italian)
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The Divine Comedy
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2 March 2022
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