's supposed vision being unequivocally fixed at 1300.
Arrivabene, however, is wrong.
Boccaccio m the side of the citizens, and between 1297 and 1300 there is found inscribed in the book of the phyor think that Dante was ever an apothecary.
In 1300 we find him elected one of the priors of the ciseem to have been in Rome during the Jubilee of 1300.
See Inferno, XVIII. 28-33. but probably earlie, a high authority, extends the term as far as 1300.
Dante Alighieri's lyrische Gedichte, Leipzistrate that the De Monarchia was written before 1300.
That and the Vita Nuova are the only works ofhesies to him the life which is to be his after 1300,
Paradise, XVII. 61-69. he says, speaking of. Witte is inclined to put it even earlier than 1300, and we believe he is right. from its style andnd the De Monarchia to have been written before 1300.
He refers to a change in his own opinions ( occasion, and what so likely as the jubilee of 1300?
(Compare Paradiso, XXXI. 103– 108.) Dante's c