Dante's Inferno - Canto IX - Angelic Might

After some hindrances, and having seen the hellish furies and other monsters, the Poet, by the help of an angel, enters the city of Dis, wherein he discovers that the heretics are punished in tombs burning with intense fire; and he, together with Virgil, passes onward between the sepulchres and the walls of the city. Dante Alighieri - The Divine Comedy - Inferno - Canto IX


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