ET QUID VOLO NISI UT ARDEAT? - white Carrara marble tile -ROMAN STYLE

ET QUID VOLO NISI UT ARDEAT? - white Carrara marble tile -ROMAN STYLE

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Plaque created by Gabriele D'Annunzio, ET QUID VOLO NISI UT ARDEAT? (What do I want so that if it does not burn?) Biblical motto that Vate had it engraved on the frame of the Capponcina library. Later it became one of the mottos that had to excite in the minds the passion for the country. The writing is highlighted in purple red in the manner of the ancient Romans.

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Height 12.6 in 32 cm
Width 12.6 in 32 cm
Thickness 1.18 in 3 cm
Weight 15.43 lbs 7 Kg
Material White Carrara marble
Note 02 The inscription of the epigraph is hand-made by us on antique tiles

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The Italian poet left an important mark on the house in Via della Capponcina n. 32, decorating it with fifteenth-century furniture.
He lived here like a Renaissance prince, surrounded by numerous servants, by a lot of dogs and horses.
The villa is best known for being the scene of the love between the poet and the theater actress Eleonora Duse, who lived a few steps away, at Villa Porziuncola (at n. 75 on the other side of the street).


 

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