Dante's Monarchia

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Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1998 - History - 449 pages
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Contents

General prologue to the treatise
3
Preliminaries to the investigation
7
The goal of mankind 4 Mankind needs peace
25
Copyright

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Alighiere was born in Florence, to a family of noble descent. After filling minor public offices, he briefly became one of the six priors of Florence.He had seven children. He died of malaria shortly after he finished the Paradiso,

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