Objects & Places from The Decameron

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Rome - The cultural, religious and political center of Italy which in this book is considered to be both the center of civilization as well as the center of religious corruption.

Florence - The capital city of the region of Tuscany and well known for its contributions to the art world.

Paris - The site of Notre Dame, the great cathedral in which Abraham wishes to be baptized as a Christian.

Venice - The location Brother Alberto chooses to start life as a minor friar and where he tricks a woman into believing that the angel Gabriel is in love with her.

Lunigiana - The site of the monastery in which the young monk has an affair with a woman and then tricks the abbot into doing the same in order to avoid punishment.

Naples - The city where Andreuccio goes to find bargains on horses, only...

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