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"It was early in the thirteenth-century that this 'monument’s monument,' as Dante Gabriel Rossetti praised it, and 'pure form,' as Edith Wharton once said, 'like some chalice of old time,' was born at the court of the enlightened Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II of Sicily." Jeannie Vanasco • Open Letters

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