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Paradiso

Paradiso

by Dante Alighieri

Paradiso: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

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Q. Who said, "Before I grew attentive to this labor, I held that but one nature – and no more – was Christ's – and in that faith, I was content"?


Dante
Beatrice
Apollo
Justinian
King Solomon
Q. Who said, "From this hillside, where it abates its rise, a sun was born into the world, much like this sun when it is climbing from the Ganges."?


King Solomon
Justinian
St. Thomas
St. Bonaventure
St. Dominic
Q. Who said, "A conscience that is dark – either through its or through another's shame – indeed will find that what you speak is harsh."?


Dante
Justinian
St. Thomas
St. Bonaventure
Cacciaguida
Q. Who said, "Neither the Seraph closest unto God, nor Moses, Samuel, nor either John – whichever one you will – nor Mary has, I say, their place in any other heaven than that which houses those souls you just saw"?


Dante
Beatrice
St. Thomas
St. Bonaventure
Cacciaguida
Q. Who said, "See what great virtue made that Eagle worthy of reverence, beginning from that hour when Pallas died that it might gain a kingdom."?


Dante
Beatrice
Justinian
St. Thomas
Cacciaguida
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