Botticelli ChartOfDantesHell.jpg

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creator QS:P170,Q5669
English: Chart of Hell
English: Created after Dante's Divine Comedy.
Date circa 1480–1495
Medium pen and ink on parchment
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07:43, 7 December 2004 Solipsist (+ attribution and description)
07:33, 7 December 2004 Solipsist (<a data="tt" href="/content/Sandro_Botticelli" title="Sandro Botticelli">Sandro Botticelli</a> ''Chart of Hell'' ca. <a data="tt" href="/content/1480" title="1480">1480</a>&ndash;<a href="/wiki/1495" title="1495">1495</a>, pen and ink on parchment, after <a href="/wiki/Dante" title="Dante">Dante</a>'s <a href="/wiki/The_Divine_Comedy" title="The Divine Comedy">Divine Comedy</a>.)