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ART ITALY DANTE
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December 15, 2001 
Italian Palaeontologist Francesco Mallegni gestures beside a Count
Ugolino bust during an interview... 
Rome, Italy 
TO MATCH FEATURE ART-ITALY-DANTE REUTERS. 
Italian Palaeontologist Francesco Mallegni gestures beside a Count
Ugolino bust during an interview with Reuters in Pisa December 15,
2001. Professor Mallegni will try to show with the five skeletons found
buried in a crypt under a church in Pisa, that Cannibal Count Ugolino,
one of the darkest figure appeared in Dante's Inferno, was not slowly
starved and driven to eat the flesh of his own dead sons as Dante
wrote, but was killed by a coup de grace after five months in prison.

Picture taken December 15, 2001. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco 
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