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After my weary body I had rested, The way resumed I on the desert slope, So that the firm foot ever was the lower. And lo! And never moved she from before my face, Nay, rather did impede so much my way, That many times I to return had turned. The time was the beginning of the morning, And up the sun was mounting with those stars That with him were, what time the Love Divine.
At first in motion set those beauteous things;40 So were to me occasion of good hope, The variegated skin of that wild beast,. The hour of time, and the delicious season; But not so much, that did not give me fear A lion's aspect which appeared to me.
He seemed as if against me he were coming With head uplifted, and with ravenous hunger, So that it seemed the air was afraid of him;. And a she-wolf, that with all hungerings Seemed to be laden in her meagreness,50 And many folk has caused to live forlorn! She brought upon me so much heaviness, With the affright that from her aspect came, That I the hope relinquished of the height. And as he is who willingly acquires, And the time comes that causes him to lose, Who weeps in all his thoughts and is despondent,.
E'en such made me that beast withouten peace, Which, coming on against me by degrees Thrust me back thither where the sun is silent. While I was rushing downward to the lowland, Before mine eyes did one present himself, Who seemed from long-continued silence hoarse. When I beheld him in the desert vast, "Have pity on me," unto him I cried, "Whiche'er thou art, or shade or real man! But thou, why goest thou back to such annoyance? Why climb'st thou not the Mount Delectable, Which is the source and cause of every joy?
Thou art my master, and my author thou, Thou art alone the one from whom I took The beautiful style that has done honour to me. Behold the beast, for which I have turned back; Do thou protect me from her, famous Sage, For she doth make my veins and pulses tremble. Because this beast, at which thou criest out, Suffers not any one to pass her way, But so doth harass him, that she destroys him;.
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I will argue, in this essay, that there was a similar trafficking in poems as there was in loans in the Dugento period, especially between France and Italy, but which also spread its tentacles into other countries as well. Brunetto Latino had been sent to Spain in as ambassador to Alfonso el Sabio. On his return he learned of his exile caused by the Guelf Republic's defeat at the Battle of Montaperti. He was later - while in exile in France - to compose an encyclopedic dream vision poem in Italian, Il Tesoretto , which borrowed heavily from the materials available in Spain, such as Isidore of Seville's encyclopedic Etymologiarum 4 and the translations into Latin of encyclopedic Aristotle and Alfraganus, and the Castilian and Gallegan works of Alfonso el Sabio, 5 as well as the encyclopedic French Roman de la Rose , 6 and which narrated the bitter tale of learning of his exile in the Valley of Roncesvalles in lines which echoed back to the French Chanson de Roland of crusades, 7 and forward to the Italian Commedia of pilgrimage.
And I also asked him For news of Tuscany In the sweet and clear tongue, And he courteously Told me immediately That the Guelfs of Florence Through ill fortune And through the force of war Were exiled from that land, And the penalty was great, Of imprisonment and death. Then we find legal and banking documents in the Vatican Secret Archives and in Westminster Abbey drawn up by Brunetto concerning loans made by Florentine bankers to English and the French ecclesiasts for the purpose of paying the papal decima or tithe for a "crusade" against Manfred.
In these Latino appears to have become established amongst Lombard bankers, centered in Arras, in northern France, but the documents demonstrate that he also frequented the great fair at Bar-sur-Aube and had dealings in Paris. There are two documents penned and signed by Brunetto Latino from this period. They tell us much about the Guelf Florentines in exile. Though continuing under the papal interdict for the murder of the Abbot Tesoro of Vallombrosa, the Florentine Guelfs were paradoxically the allies of the Pope against King Manfred of Sicily.
The Pope's response to Manfred's aggression against him was to declare him unthroned and uncrowned and to wage a mercenary crusade against him. With the aid of Lombard bankers, the Pope got churches in England and elsewhere to a tenth, a tithe, of their wealth, the decima, for this "holy" war.
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The first letter was written to the Roman Curia from Arras about notarized events on September 15 and 24, , concerning these dealings, and promised the loyalty of the exiled Florentine bankers in Arras and in Paris to the Pope's cause against Manfred, "quondam principis Tarentini. Vaast which today houses that library and owns several Aristotelian manuscripts with Latino associations as well as a magnificent Li Livres dou Tresor manuscript. Vatican Secret Archives. The second letter, written from Bar-sur-Aube to England, April 17, , directly concerned England's payment of the crusading decima.
An extraordinary sentence in the document states that to borrow at interest from the Florentines had papal approval, and goes even further to state that such usury carried with it the crusading indulgence. There is a possibility that this was the amount, two thousand marks sterling, that the Roman Curia arranged to pay to Lucca for sheltering the exiled Florentine Guelfs in the parish of San Frediano.
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Interestingly, one of the members of the Bellindoti family was Palamidesso di Bellindoti del Perfetto, listed in the Libro di Montaperti as "vessillifero dei balestrieri di Porta di Duomo. The text includes a chronicle account of the events following Montaperti and concerning Charles of Anjou, which are updated in later versions of the text.
In the original version that account commenced with the Emperor Frederick's death. Thus this text was written to educate Saint Louis' most unsaintly brother, chosen by the Pope and the Florentines to rule Italy later as Vicar of Tuscany and King of Sicily and Jerusalem, though not selected by them to be the Emperor of the Romans. This intent is borne out in the illuminations which frequently show the book as presented to a ruler. That the text is sarcastic about wealth, continuing an earlier pun upon "Tesoro" of Vallombrosa, the murdered Pavian abbot, who was spoken of scathingly in a letter written by Brunetto as chancellor of Florence to the comune of Pavia, reflects back to problems Charles had already experienced when his subjects in Marseilles had revolted against his ponderous taxation, 29 and which would recur in Palermo in the Sicilian Vespers, 30 indicating that the Florentine bankers were trying to curb their client's insatiable lust for money.
In his encyclopedic masterwork, Jean de Meun has Reason tell the Lover not of ancient stories but modern ones. He placed the tale not in the sordid context of bank loans and ledger books but in the chivalric one of a chess game played out upon the board of Europe using players of flesh and blood.
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It is of Manfred, King of Sicily, who by force and by guile held for a long time all that land, when the good Charles, Count of Anjou and Provence made war against him, and by divine providence is now King of Sicily, as God truly willed it so is it always. This good king Charles took it, not without the rule in the course of his life. So well did he wield his sword in the first battle that he assaulted him to his discomfort, saying to him "Check," and "Mate" through a mere pawn in the middle of the board.
Now of Conradin his nephew we speak, of which the example is given, when King Charles took off his head, despite the princes of Germany.
Henry, brother of the King of Spain, full of pride and treason, he imprisoned for life. Besides these quasi-chronicle accounts in the Roman de la Rose and the Tresor the Italian poets associated with the various exiled banking families were conversing with each other in the writing of political tenzoni in which they debated whether the choice of Charles of Anjou as ruler was desirable or no. Brunetto had concluded the Tesoretto with the Favolello , a verse treatise on friendship written to a Ghibelline poet, Rustico di Filippo, in which he mentioned the Guelf Palamidesse di Belindotti del Perfetto.
Thus I now greet you, and that you hold your Latino for a fine friend of all the burdens that you could have weighed]. The series of tenzoni , which became increasingly virtuose in performance, included works by Guglielmo Beroardi, Brunetto's companion ambassador in , 37 and others. They played upon Arthurian romance, including wittily discussing within that context the Arthurian name of this poet, Palamidesse di Bellindoti del Perfetto, whose family we remember to have been involved in exilic banking in England.
In them the paper war is turned into a poetic game; chronicles and chancery letters of state are metamorphosed into sonnetti. What is not generally noted is that this Roman de la Rose is clearly written by an Italian scribe who has carefully alternated the red and blue capitals not in French Gothic but in Bolognan libraria. The Fiore sonnets following 43 are written in a chancery hand, like that of Francesco de Barberino, the scribe of the Trivulzian codex.
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That hand - or one very close to it - recurs in the Laurentian Detto d'amore where we see it mixed again with Bolognan libraria. It is of interest that the Trivulzian Commedia , acknowledged as the earliest manuscript we have of Dante's text, gives as its scribe a " Ser Franciscus Ser Nardi de barberino ," who writes the text not in the expected Bolognan libraria but in the chancery script of notarial chambers.
Another Dante codex in this hand is Laurentian Plut.