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The first type-printed works in the Bengali language were a Catechism, a Compendium of the Mysteries of the Faith, and a Vocabulary, published at Lisbon in 1743. The Dutch rapidly ex- tended their sphere of activities while the Portuguese settlement in Hooghly sustained a severe disaster in at the hands of the Mughals in 1632. Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we liave taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. Witte's introductions, an article in Meyer's Cinmenaxhil- Lexieo M, and an obituary notice kindly sent to me by Dr. Aleuin i B/iplimeali alia Bibliografia Danteua del Sign, fiiconle Colomb Je Batinri. Perazzini, in a pamphlet on the subject (yero Haaf. Merem, 1775) lakes the whole description [as the Ottimo Cemmeato had done long before himl as referring not lo the Mount of Pulsatory, but to Italy (45° distant from Jerusalem), which would make it 9 P. Visconti's 'six scholars,' that of Domenico Arctino, and that attributed to Petrarch) have been shown not to be independent commentaries. The Ottimo has been edited by Torri (i8i7.29), Francesco da Buri's commentary by Cresceniino GJannini (1858-61), and lina Jly Giov. ig S) thought he had discovered a large part of this commentary and of Fra Guido's (which according to Buti, Ik/, vi. A German man of letters who had under- taken the task reported that his notes had been lost on the return journey, by the fault, I think, of a Cuetom-housc official. It is certain that a transcript of Ser Graiiolo's work would be far more valuable than much which has been published in ibii branch of literature.- — Of the other commentators the Anonymus of the Ambrosiana (198 C. He died there ac (he age of eighty in 1 504 and his body, in wonderful preservation, is stilt shown in the church there. 1 The Pralegomni Cr'tt'tci to my Berlin edition of the Diviat Cumtdy contain (p. Still worse, De Romanis is so ftiil of the blind animus of his predecessor that he entirely neglects Dionisi's readings, and even Lombardi's recension cannot save him from the sin of tiros in criticism, viz., the bold insertion in his text of wretched variants which occur in Mss. xxix, 85: 'Ve on earth walk not on one path in youi philo Bophji, so do tlie love of appearance and the thought that iprings irara it traniport you.' The teaching which the poet has enjoyed in the school of earthly wisdom, so far from confemng upon biin the power to compr Ehcnd the divine Cniihs which Beatrice reveals, f It. I The Commentaries have From the beginning varied as lu the meaning of the three beasts which denote these passions. 58 II.— THE ART OF of religion in his breast ; he repents of having admitted an overweening philosophy into his heart ; ' the old l^ith, the 1 Since Dionisi's view has not had its proper position assigned in what I have said in the pages referred to) that Dante ever belonged to either of these types of unbelievers, or was even attracted towards them.-f^' But side by side with this open negation and hostility towards religion, the Middle Ages knew another philo- sophy, which claimed express connection with the Church and announced itself as her true champion, but with which the Church herself could not make common cause. And so closely is Speculation in this form allied to Faith that, even as she uses her language so docs she seem to resemble her in outward form,' Far, then, from refusing to accept the truths of religion unless they can stand before the tests of philosophy, Dante and his guide recognise in principle that those truths rest on a higher and indepen- dent basis.We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. Leopold Witte, i INTRODUCTION room for dissent) to be of secondary merit i Thtre still remains great variety of subject and treatment. Tamburini has issued Benvenuto da Imola (1855-56), though onljr in Italian extracts. 73, only dealt with twenty-seven cantos of the Inferno) in a Ms, of Lord Vernon's. farj inf.) of ijs5, which was unknown to me at the lime of writing the article, would be particularly valuable if printed. Since 1SG9 we have had editions of Benvenuto da Imola (complete Latin text in five volumes; edited by Philippo Lacaita, at the expense of Mr. ), of Johannes dc Senavalle (1891)7 ^""l "f Graiiolo de' Bambagtoh (edited by Antonio Fiammazzo, tigi). I For further particulars of this commentator and his work i 28 IL— THE ART OF quoted six times in sixteen cantos), and where this source feils, from Bcnvenuto da Imola (quoted five limes in the thirty-four cantos of the Inferno), and, with regard to the a Ue- gory, from Francesco da Buti (cjuoted three times in the In- ferno), He seems, in spite of his assurances to the contrary, to have added very little original matter, except a number of scholastic definitions and distinctions, a few notes on mythological points, the remark, repeated ad nauseam (com- pare his ovt'n note on Inf. 44), that Virgil signifies the higher, Dante the lower reason, and a few declamatory passages. icii) a marc favourable and better founded judgment on Landino's services in establishing the text. And 50, when he asks her why her discourse ■s {Purg. [The Olt'imo ^ve* envy as an alternative to the usual interpretation of the wolf fcf. Now, it was just with this philosophy that the great spiritual movements from the ninth to the middle of the thirteenth century were concerned. the Epicureans were su Jlicifnt Jy numerous in Florence Id nnttltute a famiidablc faction and to provoke sanguinary struggles. When Dante (in the Canvivio) connects the different sciences with the different spheres as their symbols (cf Nos.Rappel de votre demande: Format de téléchargement: : Texte Vues 1 à 456 sur 456Nombre de pages: 456Notice complète: Titre : Giraldi Cambrensis Opera.... Éditeur scientifique Contributeur : Warner, George Frederic (1845-1936). )Éditeur : Longman (London)Date d'édition : 1861-1891Contributeur : Brewer, John Sherren (1809? Éditeur scientifique Contributeur : Dimock, James Francis (1810-1876).