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1265 in poetry
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List of years in poetry
(続古今和歌集, "Collection of Ancient and Modern Times Continued") edited by
Fujiwara no Tameie
Fujiwara no Motoie
Fujiwara no Ieyoshi
Fujiwara no Yukiee
Fujiwara no Mitsutoshi
: a twenty-volume
consisting of 1,925
Book of Aneirin
) written (or more probably copied) about this date.
c. June 1:
), Italian poet of the Middle Ages, author of
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Key Figures in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia.
Edited by Richard K. Emmerson. New York: Routledge, 2006. 59.
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Edition of the
anthology of classic Japanese poetry with wood-carved cover, 18th century.
Illustration of the "32 Persons of Different Occupations Poetry Competition", 1494
Book of Odes Dainembutsuji, commentary fragment (
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Sugawara no Michizane
is revered as the god of learning, as seen on this
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Profile portrait in
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Statue of Dante at the
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's engravings illustrated the Divine Comedy (1861–1868); here
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, painted c. 1530
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Constance of Sicily
, in a fresco by
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Tenshi Sekkan Miei
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— a stylized
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is generally regarded as the definitive anthology of waka poetry.
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Distribution of the modern
(shades of green) and of
dialects (shades of blue)
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Book of Aneirin
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Facsimile of page 9