Written in littera textualis. Production date might be between 1333 and 1345, or maybe 1350. It's considered to be the first illustrated Divine Comedy ever produced and it's the the only surviving manuscript of its kind before 1350 of “The Divine Comedy. Glosses by Jacopo Alighieri, son of Dante. Produced in the workshop of Pacino da Bonaguida, in Florence, with tempera, gold leaf, and ink on parchment. A lesser-known painting star of the 14th century, Pacino took inspiration from Giotto and ran with it in wholly new creative ways, heretofore unseen in its time.

We have 1 facsimile edition of the manuscript "Divine Comedy - Dante Poggiali": Palatino 313 - La Commedia di Dante Alighieri facsimile edition, published by Imago, 2012

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Palatino 313 - La Commedia di Dante Alighieri

Castel Guelfo: Imago, 2012

  • Commentary (Italian) by Veglia, M.
  • Limited Edition: 599 copies
  • Full-size color reproduction of the entire original document, Divine Comedy - Dante Poggiali: the facsimile attempts to replicate the look-and-feel and physical features of the original document; pages are trimmed according to the original format; the binding might not be consistent with the current document binding.

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