Dante Alighieri, Father of the Italian Language

Dante Alighieri, Father of the Italian Language
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Statue of Dante Alighieri in Florence, referred as the “Father of the Italian Language” as modern Italian replaced Latin. Dante also is known as “Il Sommo Poeta, the Supreme Poet. One of his greatest literary achievements is the “Divine Comedy”. (1265-1321 A.D.)

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