Dantis Alagherii Epistolae; The Letters of Dante

Dantis Alagherii Epistolae; The Letters of Dante

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... (1845): op. cit., pp. 195-6.--English. Paget Toynbee (1917): in Modern Language Review, vol. xii, pp. 308-9 (see below, pp. 119-20). Authenticity.--See introductory note to Epist. vii. Date.--This is one of three among the letters attributed to 1 See introductory note to Epist. vii. 2 For titles of editions referred to here as already quoted, see above, pp. 1-2. 3 See above, p. 106, n. 3. Dante which is specifically dated (May 18, 1311), the other two being the letter to the Florentines (Epist. vi) and the letter to the Emperor Henry VII (Epist. vii).1 Summary.--The Countess acknowledges with rejoicing the good news sent by the Empress as to the operations of the Emperor; and in obedience to the Empress's wish states that her husband and herself and children are in good health and happy at the thought of the reviving fortunes of the Imperiai cause. IUustrissimae atque piissimae Dominae, Dominae Margaritae, divina providentia Romanorum Reginae et semper Augustae, fidelissima sua G. de Battifolle1, Dei et Imperialis indulgentiae gratta Comitissa in Tuscia Palatina, cura promptissima recommendatione se ipsam et voluntarium ad obsequiajamulatum.2 Quum pagina vestraeSerenitatis3 apparuit ante scribentis et gratulantis aspectum, experta est mea pura fidelitas quam in dominorum successibus animi b 4 subditorum MS. = Cod. Vat.-Palat. Lat. 1729 1 MS. batifolle b MS. td; the reading in the text is conjectural; Torri, followed by Giuliani and Passerini, reads pectora 1 See introductory notes to Epist. vi and Epist. vii (pp. 65, 108). See notes on title of Epist. vii. 3 The title of ' Serenitas ' applied to royal and imperial personages is of frequent occurrence in the Regesta Pontificum Romanorum; it is applied by Honorius III (May 29, 1224)..."show more

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  • Paperback | 110 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 213g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236844289
  • 9781236844286