Giusto de' Conti

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Giusto de' Conti (Valmontone, circa 1390 – Rimini, 19 November, 1449) was an Italian poet and humanist.

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  • (Che) l’alma sciolta dal mondano errore
    Tanto più sente, quanto è più felice;
    E tant’ha più d’amor, quanto più intende.
    • La Bella Mano (Ed. Vinegia, 1531), p. 19.
    • Translation: The soul that is from mundane error free
      More deeply feels as happier it grows,
      And loves the more, the more it understands.
    • Translation reported in Harbottle's Dictionary of quotations French and Italian (1904), p. 330.
  • Conosco i segni de l'rantico foco.
    • La Bella Mano (Ed. Vinegia, 1531), p. 50.
    • Translation: I know the symptoms of the ancient flame.
    • Translation reported in Harbottle's Dictionary of quotations French and Italian (1904), p. 281.

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