Cloves in Dante’s Inferno

Fig. 1 — See the transcription and normalised version of the text below. From an early fourteenth-century manuscript of the Divine Comedy from northern Italy. London, British Library, Egerton MS 943, f.53r.
Fig. 2— London, British Library, Egerton MS 943, f.53r.
Fig. 3 — A close-up of the Latin footnote ‘g’ on f.53r of Egerton MS 943.

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Posting about ancient and medieval Indonesia, up to ~1500 CE. Mainly into 14th & 15th century stuff, but earlier is fine too.

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