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by Dante Alighieri

Paradiso: Quotes (What was Said) True or False

1. 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
2. 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."? -> St. Thomas
3. Who said, "A conscience that is dark – either through its or through another's shame – indeed will find that what you speak is harsh."? -> St. Thomas
4. 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"? -> Cacciaguida
5. 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."? -> Justinian