Selected Poetry and Prose

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GENERAL INDEX
Italicized page numbers indicate references in the poetry.
Aaron, 128
Abel (brother of Cain), 195, 243n31
Academia dei Curiosi, 16
Adam, 114–15
Aesop, 209
Alecto, 97, 240n24
Amaranti, Florida, 22
Ammannati. See Battiferra, Laura
Androgeo, 73, 75, 91, 240n12–13
Angels, 127, 130
Apelles, 105, 241n31
Apollo, 191, 240n10, 242n11–12, 243n29
Apostles, 113
Arachne, 87, 240n19
Ardenti, Alessandro, 9
Aristotle, 20
Astyages, King, 129
Athena, 240n19
Atlantis, 187, 242n20
Atlas, 147, 241n6
Augustine, Saint, 211
Augustus (Roman Emperor), 9
Aurora, 128
Avernus, 153, 241n7
Babylonians, 129
Balaam, 129
Baldacci, Luigi, 31–32
Bathsheba, 123
Battiferra, Laura, 1, 16, 23, 29
Bembo, Carlo (brother of Pietro), 23
Bembo, Pietro, 1, 2, 19, 23–24, 105, 217–19, 223–26, 232–34, 241n29
Berengo, Marino, 4n6, 5n8
Bernard of Clairvaux, 213
Bergalli, Luisa, 29
Bias of Priene, 110
Bible, 123n5–6, 124n8, 243n30, 243n33. See also Scriptures
Biblioteca Capitolare Feliniana (Lucca), 107
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale (Florence) 242n24
Biblioteca Nazionale di San Marco (Venice), 107, 204
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 2
Book A, B and C, 11n24. See also Rime
Borgo di Matraia, 3
Borsetto, Luciana, 228, 232
Breve discorso sopra la vita e laude della Beatiss. Verg. e Madre del Figliuol de Dio. See Most Blessed Virgin
British Library (London), 119
Bullock, Alan, 26n39, 27n40, 31n
Busdraghi, Vincenzo, 3n3, 6n14, 38, 107
Busdrago. See Busdraghi, Vincenzo

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