Portrait by Botticelli, c. 1495
Painting in the Bargello Palace, Florence
Sculpture of the poet in Florence's Uffizi gallery.
Dante's love, as painted by Rossetti.
A painting of the couple by Henry Holiday, 1883
The site where his body is actually buried.
Until Ravenna agrees to return the poet's remains to his hometown, this tomb in Santa Croce Church will stand empty.
Rodin's breathtaking sculpture depicting The Inferno.
A map of the heavens and earth as described in the Divine Comedy .
The geography of Dante's Inferno