Francesca da Rimini

Francesca da Rimini, a beautiful Italian lady of the 13th century, whose pathetic love story finds a place in Dante's “Inferno”; she was betrothed by her father, the Lord of Ravenna, to Giovanni of Rimini, but her affections were engaged by Paolo, his brother; the lovers were found together by Giovanni and murdered by him.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Francesca, Pistro della * Francesco di Paula
Fox, George
Fox, William Johnson
Foxe, John
Foyers, Fall of
Fra Diavolo
Fracas`toro, Girolamo
Fragonard, Jean Honoré
Franc
France
Francesca, Pistro della
Francesca da Rimini
Francesco di Paula
Franche-Comté
Francia, Dr. José Gaspar Rodriguez da
Francis, St., of Assisi
Francis, St., of Sales
Francis Joseph
Franciscans
Franck, Sebastian
Francke, August Hermann
Franconia