TRIUNVIRATO Dante Alighieri (Firenze 1265 – Ravenna 1321), Giovanni Boccaccio (Firenze 1313 – Certaldo 1375), Francesco Petrarca (Arezzo 1304 – Padova 1374) I tre grandi “Trecentisti”, precursori dell’Umanesimo, nelle sculture sulla facciata degli Uffizi Tomado de : https://itinerarimediterranei.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/dante-alighieri-giovanni-boccaccio-e-francesco-petrarca/
Gertrude would pin this article because everyone was saying that Hamlet was going mad and she would need to do some research herself. This would relate to the pin because it discusses all of the different ways that mental illness was to be treated.
Dante sees Beatrice, the love of his life. She later appears to him as he goes through his experience in hell (inferno). This 1883 painting by Henry Holiday shows the famous Ponte Vecchio or Old Bridge of Florence in the background.
La Vita Nuova, Dante Alighieri. Illustrated by Ezio Anichini