|General map of Italy|
Florence: The circuits of walls
The conjectural shape of Santa Reparata as an oblong basilica has been proved wrong by the excavations of Dec. 1965 - Feb. 1966. See La Cattredrale di Santa Reparata, Opera del Duomo di Firenze (1966), a preliminary report.
Diagram of the fonts in the baptistery of San Giovanni offered by the Ottimo in his gloss on Inf.XIX, 16-21.
(From Moore's Time-References in the 'Divina Commedia')
|(From Moore's Time-References in the 'Divina Commedia')|
|Kings of Aragon and Sicily, 1196-1337|
|Kings of Bohemia, 1197-1346|
|Kings of Castile and Leon, 1126-1350|
|Kings of Castile and Leon.
Alfonso VII ('El Emperador'), 1126-1157.
Separation of Castile and Leon, 1157.
|Kings of the two Sicilies (Sicily and Naples)|
|Kings of Sicily and Naples, 1129-1343|
|Kings of Jerusalem and Cyprus|
|Kings of Cyprus, 1197-1324|
|Kings of Portugal, 1139-1325|
|Emperors of Hohenstaufen (or Swabian) Line|
|Kings of France, 1223-1350|
|Kings of France of the Capetian Dynasty, 987-1328|
|Table of Emperors mentioned or alluded to by Dante|
|Kings of England, 1066-1327|
|Table showing connexion (sic) between houses of Provence, Anjou, Hungary, and Naples|
|Table showing connexion (sic) between houses of Hungary, Bohemia, and Naples|
|Kings of Hungary, 1174-1342|
|Kings of Navarre (and France), 1134-1322|
|Kings of Navarre, 1134-1322|
|Kings of Majorca (Balearic Islands)|
Kings of Norway, 1217-1355
|Kings of Scotland, 1057-1329|
|Popes mentioned or alluded to by Dante|
|Kings of Rascia|
Marquises of Montserrat, 1135-1330
|Counts of Toulouse, 1088-1271|
|Sovereigns of Europe (including Sultans of Egypt) contemporary with Dante, 1265-1321|
|Descent of Dante from Cacciaguida|
|House of Este, 1196-1308|
Descent from Tegrino the Lombard
|Conti Guidi (continued)|
|Table showing the relationship between Guido Ghisilieri and Guido Guinizelli|
|Malaspina Family (Spino Secco branch)|
|Malaspina Family (Spino Fiorito branch)|
|The Della Scala Family|
|Table showing the relationship of the members of the Ubaldini family mentioned in the Divine Comedy.|
|Gherardeschi and Visconti of Pisa|
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