David Camp's 2015 October Gallery 15
Song 13. Jupiter in G-sharp (October 2015)
This page corresponds to the original Commedia's 19th canto,
which was the second canto in the sixth sphere of paradise, Jupiter.
What at first appears to be an eagle in the distance is actually
a large assemblage of souls in the collective shape of a flying eagle.
Jupiter is universally known as the god of the sky and thunder
and as the king of the gods in ancient Roman mythology.
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