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"[...] When we had come to the fourth day, Gaddo threw himself stretched out at my feet, saying: 'My father! why don't you help me?'

There he died; and as thou seest me, saw I the three fall one by one, between the fifth day and the sixth: whence I betook me,

already blind, to groping over each, and for three days called them, after they were dead; then fasting had more power than grief."

Inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy, this artwork is an interpretation of the fictitious environment portrayed in Canto XXXIII of the Inferno cantica.

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Inferno XXXIII

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"[...] When we had come to the fourth day, Gaddo threw himself stretched out at my feet, saying: 'My father! why don't you help me?'

There he died; and as thou seest me, saw I the three fall one by one, between the fifth day and the sixth: whence I betook me,

already blind, to groping over each, and for three days called them, after they were dead; then fasting had more power than grief."

Inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy, this artwork is an interpretation of the fictitious environment portrayed in Canto XXXIII of the Inferno cantica.

This collection has no description yet. Contact the owner of this collection about setting it up on OpenSea!
Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainEthereum
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