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