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Introduction
The Shores of Purgatory. Cato
The Shores of Purgatory. The Celestial Pilot still undistinguished
The Shores of Purgatory. The Celestial Pilot
The Shores of Purgatory. Dante meets Casella
The Shores of Purgatory. Dante and Virgil at the Foot fo the Mountain
The Shores of the Purgatory. Those who have died in Contumacy of Holy Church. Manfredi
The Shores of Purgatory. The Negligent. Belacqua
The Shores of Purgatory. The Negligent who have died by Violence, but repentant
The Shores of Purgatory. The Negligent. Sordello
The Shores of Purgatory. The Valley of the Princes
The Shores of Purgatory: the valley. The Guardian Angel and the Serpent
The Shores of Purgatory. Dante's Dream of the Eagle. The Gate of Purgatory
The Gate of Purgatory
Purgatory. Dante and Virgil enter the first circle of the Proud
First circle. The Proud. Prima cornice. The Sculptures on the Wall
Purgatory. First circle. The Proud. The Sculptures on the Paviment
First circle. The Proud. Omberto Aldobrandeschi, Oderisi da Gubbio and Provenzano Salvani
First circle. Prayer of the Proud
First circle. The Proud. Thirteen examples of pride on the pavement
First circle: the Proud. Dante and Virgil look at the last example of pride and stop at the Pass of Pardon
First circle. The Proud. The Angel erases the first P and ascent to the second circle
Second circle. The Envious. Examples of charity
Second circle. The Envious
Second circle. The Envious. Examples of envy. Cain and Aglaurus
Second circle. Pass of Pardon and ascent to the third circle
Third circle. The Irascible. Dante in ecstasy has three visions
Third circle. The Irascible. The souls wander in a thick and dark smoke
Third circle. The Irascible. Dante has a vision of three examples of anger
Third circle. The Irascible. Dante and Virgil at the Pass of Pardon and the stairway to the fourth circle
Fourth circle. The Slothful. Virgil explains to Dante the structure of Purgatory, based on love
Fourth circle. The Slothful. Souls running
Fourth circle. The Slothful. Dante's Dream and the Angel
Fifth circle. The avaricious and Prodigal. Dante and Pope Adrian V
Fifth circle. The Avaricious and Prodigal. Dante and Ugo Capeto
Fifth circle. The Avaricious and Prodigals. The Poet Statius
The Angel and ascent to the sixth circle
Sixth circle. The Gluttonous. The Mystic Tree
Sixth circle. The Gluttonous. Forese Donati
Sixth circle. The Gluttonous. The second tree
Sixth circle. The Gluttonous. The Angel of temperance and ascent to the seventh circle
Seventh circle. The Wanton
Seventh circle. The Wanton. Settima cornice. Two groups of souls: the unrestrained wanton and the wanton against nature
Seventh circle. The Wanton. Coming out of the flames and ascending to the Terrestrial Paradise
Terrestrial Paradise. Matelda
Terrestrial Paradise. The mystic procession.The seven candlesticks
Terrestrial Paradise. The twenty-four old men
Terrestrial Paradise. The cart pulled by the griffin. Apparition of Beatrice
Terrestrial Paradise. Reproaches of Beatrice and Confession of Dante. The Passage of Lethe
Terrestrial Paradise. Matelda leads Dante to drink the water of the River Eunoƫ so as to be able to climb to the stars

Dante Illustrated. Purgatorio

CREDITS

English translation of Dante's text by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Note

The texts in quotation marks are excerpts from Dante, which refer to the depicted subjects. The texts in italics are the translations of the title blocks Zuccari himself has often inserted in his drawings.

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