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The most important editions of Dante's Divine Comedy are based on the scrutiny of loci critici: 396 out of 200 witnesses in Barbi's preparatory work (known as "Barbi's canon"), and 477 in Petrocchi's edition (for further information see Brandoli 2007); in his 2001 edition of the Comedy, Federico Sanguineti goes back to Barbi's canon extending the collation to more than 500 witnesses.

Latin term used throughout.


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