DANTE, Divina Commedia; the MS. numbered by Colomb de Batines (Bibl. Dantesca, ii, p. 99) 183 and by E. Moore (Contr. to the Textual Crit. of the Divina Commedia, p. 546), V2. There are no headings ; spaces are left at the beginning of each canto for... 15th century-17th century

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DANTE, Divina Commedia; the MS. numbered by Colomb de Batines (Bibl. Dantesca, ii, p. 99) 183 and by E. Moore (Contr. to the Textual Crit. of the Divina Commedia, p. 546), V2. There are no headings ; spaces are left at the beginning of each canto for... 15th century-17th century

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