||The Inferno, Canto 6, lines 24-26: Then my guide, his palms Expanding on the ground, thence filled with earth Raisd them, and cast it in his ravenous maw.
English: "The Inferno, Canto 6, lines 24-26: Then my guide, his palms Expanding on the ground, thence filled with earth Raisd them, and cast it in his ravenous maw." oil on Canvas, location: Private collection.
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