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Inferno 28 presenterades runt 1986 och hon tillverkades i Finland. I början av 2000-talet tillverkades hon av Saint Boats i Finland under namnet Saint 28.

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The Inferno 29 is a keelboat that was built from 1982 to around 1992. The model, of which 50 were sold in the first 10 months alone, is a construction by the Swedish designer Håkan Södergren in collaboration with the Swiss sailing specialist Bruno Hunkeler. The boat, developed as a unit class , was built by the Na-Boats shipyard in Nagu , Finland .

In just six months, Södergren developed the design of the new yacht based on clear guidelines from Hunkeler. The models were the popular H-boat and the J / 24 . The Inferno was developed as a sporty family yacht, with a width of 2.50 m it can be transported by land without a special permit and is exceptionally fast for its length - boats that measure 33 or 34 feet usually have a yardstick number of 98 [1] . Nevertheless, it offers enough living space for up to six people.

After the success of the 29-foot Inferno, Södergren also constructed the Inferno 26 (1984), the Inferno 28 (1985) and the Inferno 31 (around 1990).

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  • 2 Unter Deck
  • 4 successes
  • 8 items of evidence

A ballast keel hangs on the GRP hull in sandwich construction with a Divinycell core . This is filled with one ton of lead (45% of the total weight of the yacht) and contributes significantly to the stability of the ship. The balanced rudder, controlled by a tiller, hangs under the stern . The standard version includes a Yanmar 1-cylinder 7-HP built-in diesel engine with shaft and folding propeller . The sloping transom is striking.

Below deck, the boat usually offers enough space for five people, two in the bow, two on the side berths that serve as benches during the day and one in the dog berth to starboard in the aft ship. A sixth person can sleep in the middle when the table is dismantled. Due to the sporty lines of the ship, however, the cabin height is only 1.70 m. Pantry and fresh water tank with sink are also available.

The Inferno is 7/8 rigged and is usually equipped with a self-turning system. Of 12.60 m with a ship of this length unusually high mast allowed, together with the also rather lengthy large tree an area of 24 m 2 for the mainsail. Instead of Selbstwendefock 14.5 m 2 can also be a 24 m 2 - Genoa be mounted, whereby the sail load rating is above 5.2. This means that the Inferno has excellent light wind properties. The ship is one-handed to sail, as all lines in the cockpit are folded and the jib winches can be operated directly from the helmsman's seat.

Shortly after its introduction, the Inferno attracted attention with several surprising regatta victories:

  • Day and night, sailing club Tribschenhorn (Lake Lucerne)
  • Blue ribbon, Weggis
  • Gotland round
  • Stockholm Race
  • Scandicap Race Hanko
  • Scandicap Race Helsinki

The Inferno was also able to convince yacht testers during test drives. Luis Gazzari from the Yachtrevue about ruled: "By Inferno 29 is the duo Hunkeler Södergren achieved a very good compromise between performance and comfort. Despite excellent sailing characteristics, the ship is pleasant to handle and, in conjunction with the self-tacking jib, can also be sailed well with one hand. Further advantages are the one-class status, which keeps costs within limits, and the good fin (n) ish. "

  • List of boat classes
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sheikh  -The term  sheikh  is an Arabic term meaning “elder” or “leader.” The “provost” in  Inferno  provides services to powerful people such as sheikhs throughout his life.

The decisions of our past are the architects of our present –  We have mentioned the criticism Brown has evoked for his use of italics. Here the statement while original in this form may be related to the Buddhist concept of karma : According to Buddhism, this inequality is due not only to heredity, environment, “nature and nurture”, but also to Karma. In other words, it is the result of our own past actions and our own present doings. We ourselves are responsible for our own happiness and misery. We create our own Heaven. We create our own Hell. We are the architects of our own fate.

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The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri · Digital Dante Edition with Commento Baroliniano · MMXIV-MMXX ·   Columbia University

Tuscany’s Evil Seed

  • a schematic and exemplary canto, in which the souls are more exempla than characters
  • the character because of whom this canto has become notorious in modern times: Muhammad
  • cultural disruptions from the East: in a religious context in canto 28, and in economic terms in canto 29 (the clove)
  • Inferno 28 contains the first and only use of the term “contrapasso”: the placement of this term here, with its juridical connotations, is well suited to the exemplary and didactic nature of the canto
  • like Inferno 25,  Inferno  28 is rhetorically flashy — it opens with a rhetorical question — and psychologically shallow
  •   Inferno 28 is akin to Inferno 25 in its virtuosity of gruesomeness
  • an infernal genre is proclaimed: the modo sozzo or “foul style” ( Inf. 28.21)
  • Dante’s post-Geryon infernal poetics: an emphasis on truth-telling that causes social discomfort and shame
  • the Geryon episode of Inferno 16 and the “Geryon principle” of The Undivine Comedy
  • vergogna — shame — is a hallmark of Dante’s authorial persona, intriguingly enmeshed with boldness
  • the concept behind this bolgia is that unity is good and division is evil, as in the first political canto, Inferno 6
  • the arc of history can bend toward evil for an entire people: the Jews (in Inferno 23 ) and now the Tuscans

[1] The ninth bolgia is devoted to the “ seminator di scandalo e di scisma”: the “sowers of scandal and of schism” ( Inf. 28.35). While commentator Natalino Sapegno and others take the two terms “scandalo” and “scisma” as roughly synonymous, not interpreting “schism” in its specifically religious significance, Anna Maria Chiavacci Leonardi defines “scandalo” as referring to civil discord and “scisma” as referring to religious discord (Chiavacci Leonardi, ed., Inferno [Milan: Mondadori, 2005], p. 826; also available through the Dartmouth Dante Project ).

[2] In other words, in the overall category — sowers of discord — there are two sub-categories: sowers of civic discord (“scandalo”) and sowers of religious discord (“scisma”). The ninth bolgia contains political and religious figures who span history from antiquity to Dante’s time . Dante views these souls as having fostered schism or division within the body politic of the Church or of the state.

[3] These figures also span the globe geographically, as testified by the presence of the two great figures that lend Inferno 28 its notoriety: Muhammad/Maometto, whom Dante considers responsible for dividing Christianity, and his son-in-law Alì (does Dante consider him responsible for dividing Islam?). Chiavacci Leonardi notes that Muhammad was believed to have originally been a Christian priest: “Secondo la tradizione medievale dell’Occidente, Maometto era infatti in origine un prete cristiano” (According to medieval tradition in the West, Muhammad was in fact originally a Christian priest [ Inferno , p. 836]). Indeed, Dante’s former teacher, Brunetto Latini, presents Muhammad in the Tresor as an “evil preacher, who drove the people from the faith and cast them into error” (1.88). We note, too, how the placement of Muhammad picks up from the previous canto’s reference to “Saracens” and the fall of Acre to the Muslims in 1291 ( Inf. 27.87-89).

[4] Inferno 28 has a didactic and exemplary quality . There is no attempt to engage in character development, just as there is no attempt to engage in character development in Inferno 25. Like Inferno 25,  Inferno  28 is rhetorically flashy and psychologically shallow, with respect to the psychology of the characters in this  bolgia . In its insistence on a virtuosity of gruesomeness , the representation of the bolgia of the sowers of discord is akin to the representation of the bolgia of the thieves, albeit without the sexualized component.

[5] Given its gory materia , Inferno 28 ranks high in the infernal lexicography of body parts. In a catalogue of body parts in Inferno according to usage per canto, compiled by Grace Delmolino, Inferno 28 ranks second after Inferno 25 . In Inferno 28 the narrator compiles a tally of 41 body parts, as compared to 63 in Inferno 25. The lexical saturation of these two canti can be compared visually in the charts below:

Inferno 25 (63 body parts)

[6] The souls in Inferno 28 are gruesomely mutilated by devils, thus accounting for the tally of body parts. The wounds are healed and then reopened by the devils in an eternal sadistic counterpoint. The language has a  clinical quality, as though the mutilations are operations taking place in a perverted and obscene hospital. Indeed, the description of the mutilations visited upon Maometto possesses a surprising anatomical precision, with respect to the contents of the abdomen from chin to anus.

[7] The anatomical precision of the language of the ninth  bolgia anticipates the various diseases that characterize the tenth bolgia . The mutilated body is emphasized from the outset , in the opening rhetorical question regarding the “blood and wounds” of this bolgia :

[8] In this opening flourish , Dante highlights himself and his rhetorical abilities, telling his readers that he is able to accomplish within the constraints of verse what other writers would not be able to carry off even within the relatively less constrained, and hence easier, medium of prose. He thus underscores his rhetorical virtuosity.

[9] The comparison of verse to prose is noteworthy. It is not a commonplace in Dante’s authorial meditations. Here prose is described with the phrase “parole sciolte”: “loosened words”. Words are “loosened” in prose because they are loosened from the bonds of meter and rhythm. A distinguished user of prose, the Roman historian Livy, is featured in verse 12: “come Livio scrive, che non erra” (as Livy writes, who does not err). Dante seems to be self-consciously comparing himself to the great classical writer of historical prose, as in Inferno 25 he compares himself to the great classical poets Ovid and Lucan. In Inferno 25 Dante construes his superiority over his classical precursors in terms of the kind of metamorphosis that he alone is able to portray, while in Inferno 28 his superiority is measured in terms of the ability to do in verse what his classical precursor does in prose.

[10] There follows the lengthy accumulation of Romans, Anjevins, and other mutilated combatants who have fallen on the battlefields of southern Italy, part of a simile that introduces the carnage of the ninth bolgia . If all those wounded warriors were assembled and each demonstrated his wounds, the accumulated carnage would in no way equal the foulness of this place: “ d’aequar sarebbe nulla / il modo de la nona bolgia sozzo” (it would be nothing to equal the foul mode of the ninth pouch [ Inf. 28.20-21]).

[11] The task of Inferno is to equal in its textuality the foul mode of infernal reality, which is labeled as though it too were a genre or style, a “foul style”: a “modo . . . sozzo” ( Inf.  28.21). In passing, we note that Inferno 28 is the only canto in the Commedia that features two uses of the adjective sozzo : verse 21 is followed by the “faccia sozza” of Mosca de’ Lamberti in verse 105.

[12] The suggestive label modo sozzo could be seen as another way of describing the special hybridity that characterizes Malebolgian poetics. As in the pouch of the thieves, here we find a foully realistic matter wedded to virtuosic rhetoric, conjoined in a hybrid style. The hallmark of this style is its ability to encompass within a 20-verse span both the erudite reference to the Roman historian Livy and the “tristo sacco / che merda fa di quel che si trangugia” (sad sack that makes shit of what is swallowed [ Inf. 28.26-27]).

[13] Inferno 25 and 28 are also similar — and typical of a post-Geryon infernal poetics — in their insistence on the truth of their fantastic representations. In Inferno 25 we find the poet intervening to address the reader:

[14] Similarly, in Inferno 28 the following emphatic intervention precedes the arrival of Bertran de Born: “Io vidi certo, ed ancor par ch’io ’l veggia, / un busto sanza capo” ( I surely saw, and it still seems I see, / a trunk without a head [ Inf. 28.118-19]). Here the poet applies what in The Undivine Comedy I call “the Geryon principle” (pp. 15,  60, 90, 98, and 271, note 33).

[15] The preamble to announcing the vision of headless Bertran de Born is devoted to the difficulty of telling a truth that everyone will believe is a lie. Dante would be afraid to recount what he saw, he tells us, but luckily he has the protection of his conscience which is like a breastplate of purity:

[16] The original Geryon sequence in Inferno 16 faced Dante with a similar dilemma, exquisitely social in nature:

[17] We note the stress on shame and fear: the poet’s “vergogna” at describing the fantastic figure of Geryon in Inferno 16 is akin to his “paura” at having to recount the appearance of Bertran de Born in Inferno 28. Already in the Vita Nuova , Dante writes that it would be shameful not to be able to account for his poetic practice:

grande vergogna sarebbe a colui che rimasse cose sotto vesta di figura o di colore rettorico, e poscia, domandato, non sapesse denudare le sue parole da cotale vesta, in guisa che avessero verace intendimento. ( VN XXV.10 [16.10]) It would be shameful for one who wrote poetry dressed up with figures or rhetorical color not to know how to strip his words of such dress, upon being asked to do so, showing their true sense.

[18] Susceptibility to vergogna is a hallmark of Dante’s authorial persona, intriguingly enmeshed with his boldness.

[19] In this same bolgia Dante will see his second cousin, Geri del Bello, and will invite us into the male world of honor codes and social shame: the shame that accrues to a man who does not live according to society’s codes of honor. Geri del Bello appears in the opening section of Inferno 29. In my discussion of that episode I will return to the question of how Dante positions himself vis-à-vis the feeling of shame.

[20] In Inferno  28 the application of the Geryon principle is further strengthened by the use of the present tense, with the adverb “ancora” carrying the full weight of the poet’s visionary authority. Moreover, a variation in the Geryon strategy is introduced. Whereas in  Inferno 16 Geryon was a fantastic truth — a “ver c’ha faccia di menzogna” ( Inf. 16.124) — to be assimilated by the pilgrim, now the roles are reversed. Now the pilgrim becomes the source of wonder to the damned souls. His living body provokes the “maraviglia” in them that Geryon once provoked in him: “s’arrestaron nel fosso a riguardarmi / per maraviglia, oblïando il martiro” (they stopped within the ditch and turned / to look at me, amazed, forgetful of their torture [ Inf. 28.53-54]). Here Virgilio takes on the role of the poet, insisting on the truth of what he has just recounted, namely the pilgrim’s remarkable itinerary: “e quest’è ver così com’io ti parlo” (and this is true just as I say [ Inf. 28.51]).

[21] W hat is a man to do when he is obliged to recount an unbelievable truth? If he is Dante, he feels the weight of social stigma but nonetheless puts on his breastplate of purity and plows ahead, actually upping the ante by troping the already enormous self-consciousness of the original Geryon episode with a new variation.

[22] Years later, in the Monarchia , Dante uses a similar image in a similar truth-telling context, an echo that I discuss in the essay “Dante Squares the Circle: Textual and Philosophical Affinities of Monarchia and Paradiso ( Solutio Distinctiva in Mon . 3.4.17 and Par. 4.94-114)”, cited in Coordinated Reading. In the Monarchia he specifically cites the image’s biblical pedigree. Arming himself for battle with those who will resent his truth-telling, the author of the political treatise puts on “‘the breastplate of faith’, as Paul exhorts us”:

But since truth from its unchangeable throne implores us, and Solomon too, entering the forest of Proverbs, teaches us by his own example to meditate on truth and loathe wickedness; and since our authority on morals, Aristotle, urges us to destroy what touches us closely for the sake of maintaining truth; then having taken heart from the words of Daniel cited above, in which divine power is said to be a shield of the defenders of truth, and putting on “the breast-plate of faith” as Paul exhorts us , afire with that burning coal which one of the seraphim took from the heavenly altar to touch Isaiah’s lips, I shall enter the present arena, and, by his arm who freed us from the power of darkness with his blood, before the eyes of the world I shall cast out the wicked and the lying from the ring. ( Monarchia 3.1.3; translation Prue Shaw, emphasis mine)

[23] The human shapes of the sinners of the ninth bolgia are mutilated in ways that represent their mutilation of the body politic, the corporate body of the state or institution that they wounded and harmed. They are guilty of rending that corporate unity which should have been kept whole.

[24] Again, we find here the principle of the literalized metaphor discussed in the  Commento on Inferno 3 . As the schismatics tore asunder the fabric of the body politic (and consider the Old Man of Crete in Inferno 14 as another literalizing of the metaphor of the “body politic”), so they are now themselves literally torn asunder. Never does Dante demonstrate more clearly — almost pedagogically — the way in which “the punishment fits the crime” (in the phrase coined by Gilbert and Sullivan).

[25] The didactic and exemplary nature of this canto creates the context for the appearance of the word “contrapasso” in the canto’s last verse, where it is spoken by Bertran de Born. The Occitan troubadour enunciates the word “contrapasso” in Inferno 28.142, while holding his severed head in his hand.

[26] Bertran, Viscount of Hautefort, soldier, and poet famous for his martial verse, was born circa 1140 and died circa 1212-1215. He accompanied King Richard I of England (known as the Lionheart), son of King Henry II, on a crusade to Palestine. His poetry is echoed in the long and bloody similes that open Inferno  28. Dante knew and admired Bertran’s poetry: he cites Bertran de Born as a great poet of arms in De vulgari eloquentia 2.2.9 and praises the troubadour in the Convivio for his liberality (4.11.14).

[27] In the next canto Dante will look back at Bertran de Born, using a periphrasis for the troubadour, lord of Hautefort: “ colui che già tenne Altaforte” (the one who once held Hautefort [ Inf. 29.29]). Here Dante signals his awareness of the historic process whereby heroic and feudal norms, like blood feuds, moved from the feudal world of the lord of Hautefort to the urban and no longer feudal world of Florence.

[28] Bertran de Born abetted the rebellions of the sons of King Henry II against their father. Richard’s older brother, Prince Henry (known by contemporaries as “the young king”, or “re giovane” as Dante calls him in Inf. 28.135), nearly overthrew his father Henry II in 1173. The young king died in 1183, before his father, who died in 1189, and so never inherited the throne of England. Bertran wrote a planh (lament) on the death of the young king, whose incipit Si tuit li dol is echoed in the opening section of Inferno 28.

[29] Now, Bertran de Born explains that his sundering of father from son in life is reflected in the sundering of his head from his torso in the afterlife:

[30] The concept contrapasso is a shorthand for expressing the principle that governs the relationship between what the sinner did in life and what the sinner experiences in the afterlife. While the word “contrapasso” has become a commonplace of Dante criticism, sprinkled liberally about, it is important to recognize that Dante uses it only this once.

[31] Alessandro Niccoli and Giovanni Diurni make the connection between contrapasso and the culture of vendetta in the essay “Vendetta” in the Enciclopedia Dantesca ( vendetta will be discussed further in the  Commento on Inferno 29 ):

Dante non si sottrae a questo modo di sentire; anzi, immerso nella realtà del suo tempo, ne percepisce con geniale intuizione i motivi più nascosti. Se tale sentimento faccia parte della natura del poeta ovvero venga recepito intellettualmente dallo stesso in tutta la sua complessa struttura e nelle sue implicazioni, anche le più remote, può essere discusso, ma è indubbio che egli ha saputo distillare quanto di più pregnante e significativo si ricava dalla giustizia privata, applicando nel suo poema la legge del contrapasso e creando un’opera che in ultima analisi non rappresenta che una sublime vendetta contro i suoi numerosi avversari. (accessed at http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/vendetta_(Enciclopedia-Dantesca)/ ) Dante was not exempt from this manner of feeling; in fact, immersed in the reality of his time, he perceived the hidden motivations of vendetta with genial intuition. Whether such a sentiment is part of the nature of the poet or whether he understood the sentiment in all its complex structure and with its implications, can be discussed, but it is certain that he knew how to distill the most significant aspects of private justice, applying in his poem the law of  contrapasso  and creating a work that represents a sublime  vendetta against his numerous adversaries.

[32] Conceptually, this bolgia is grounded in the idea that unity is good and division is evil, that concord is good and discord is evil. This is the concept that undergirds the Commedia’ s first political canto, Inferno 6 . We find it expressed in the biblical story of the Tower of Babel (see Inferno 31), where the punishment for human hubris is to be divided linguistically, and hence politically. This is the concept that emphatically guides the thinking of Dante’s political treatise Monarchia , where the need to justify a single ruler leads to the explanation that what can be done by one, “per unum”, is better done by one than by many, “per plura”: “Et quod potest fieri per unum, melius est per unum fieri quam per plura” ( Mon. 1.14.1).

[33] From this principle Dante derives another principle, namely that for something to be done by one is good, whereas for it to be done by many is evil: “quod fieri per unum est bonum, per plura simpliciter malum” ( Mon . 1.14.2). Proceeding to larger and larger conclusions, Dante goes on to align oneness — “unum” — with goodness, and multiplicity — “multa” — with evil: “unum esse videtur esse radix eius quod est esse bonum, et multa esse eius quod est esse malum” (to be one seems to be the root of what it is to be good, and to be many of what it is to be evil [ Mon. 1.15.2]). The polarity established in the Monarchia between the one and the many finally allows Dante to achieve a definition of sin as nothing but the disparagement of the one and a consequent progression toward the many: “peccare nichil est aliud quam progredi ab uno spreto ad multa” ( Mon. 1.15.3).

[34] The hostility toward multiplicity that we see in Monarchia informs a canto like Inferno 28. The Commedia as a whole, however, balances this Neoplatonic privileging of unity with Dante’s Aristotelian conviction of the value of multiplicity, as discussed in The Undivine Comedy (see the chapters on Paradiso ).

[35] As noted above, the souls of the ninth bolgia include sowers of civil as well as religious discord. The contemporary Christian heretic Fra Dolcino will be here after he dies in 1307; the classical Roman Curio, as well as the moderns Pier da Medicina, Bertran de Born, and Mosca de’ Lamberti, are already present. Fra Dolcino was burnt at the stake for his heretical beliefs in 1307, thus seven years after Dante’s visit to Hell in the spring of 1300. Dolcino’s case is therefore comparable to that of Pope Boniface VIII, in that Dante “pre-condemns” him before his death.

[36] The pilgrim learns that Dolcino will be joining the souls of the ninth bolgia through a prophecy that the poet assigns to the figure of the prophet Muhammad, who announces Dolcino’s future arrival in verses 55-60. This sardonic announcement takes the form of Maometto urging Dolcino to stock up well on food and supplies if he doesn’t want to follow him speedily to the ninth bolgia : “ s’ello non vuol qui tosto seguitarmi ” ( if he doesn’t want to follow me soon [ Inf. 28.57]). Dante here aligns Maometto and Fra Dolcino: two religious schismatics, as he sees them. Urging Fra Dolcino to arm himself so that he may withstand the wintry siege that eventually led to his fateful surrender, Dante’s Maometto might be construed as inciting Dolcino to schism even now.

[37] Mosca de’ Lamberti, who died in 1242, is on the list of famous Florentines of the previous generation about whom Dante quizzed Ciacco back in Inferno 6. He claims responsibility for having created the factional discord that plagues Florence (and that caused Dante great personal affliction, in the form of his exile). The city’s factional discord was believed to have originated in the murder of Buondelmonte de’ Buondelmonti in 1216, a murder that was precipitated by Buondelmonte’s jilting of a woman of the Amidei family in favor of a Donati. We note here, immediately before the encounter with Geri del Bello in  Inferno  29, how the fixation on a family’s honor leads to nefarious consequences for the city as a whole. In the case of the Buondelmonte murder, family honor is perceived as invested in its women, as frequently is the case in honor societies.

[38] Mosca’s sin was to have counseled the Amidei to take their revenge not in the form of a beating or a mutilation, but to kill Buondelmonte and have done with it. Mosca’s argument for murdering Buondelmonte is the proverbial “Capo ha cosa fatta” ( Inf. 28.107), where he indicates the wisdom of resorting to full rather than half measures: a thing that has been done cannot be undone. In other words, it comes to a head, it is brought to a conclusion, it has its effect (“capo”). See the Treccani online Vocabolario: “ cosa fatta capo ha: Frase storica, propr. «una cosa fatta non può essere disfatta», cioè riesce al suo capo, al suo effetto” (historical expression: a thing that is done cannot be undone, that is, it comes to a head, to its effect).

[39] Mosca’s counsel, intended to avoid further evil repercussions for his faction, brought evil repercussions on the entire Tuscan race, for his counsel “was the seed of evil for the Tuscans”: “fu mal seme per la gente tosca” ( Inf. 28.108). The phrase “mal seme” is particularly telling because it draws on the metaphor of sowing seeds that is built into the sin of this bolgia : these are the sowers of discord — “ seminator di scandalo e di scisma”. Now we truly see what evil semi these seminatori have sown.

[40] Dante and his peers believed that the Buondelmonte murder of 1216, precipitated by Mosca de’ Lamberti, unleashed the factional strife that still afflicted the city in Dante’s day. In other words, the strife that afflicts his Florence, and that has cost him dearly in his own life, is for Dante the bitter fruit grown from the seed sown by Mosca de’ Lamberti.

[41] The encounter with Mosca de’ Lamberti must be added to previous encounters with Florentines who speak to Dante of civic strife and turmoil, going back to Ciacco in I nferno 6. We do not find here the character development that we found in the encounter with Farinata, although we find key elements of that earlier interaction. The bitter exchange between the two Florentines in Inferno 10 is echoed in the pilgrim’s mordant one-line rejoinder to Mosca: “ E io li aggiunsi: «E morte di tua schiatta»” ( I added: “and brought death to your own kinsmen” [ Inf.  28.109]). Just as Farinata experiences greater suffering as a result of the news that Dante gives him about his own family, Mosca is additionally grieved by what Dante tells him of the desolate fate of his own tribe or schiatta : he goes off “ accumulando duol con duolo ” (heaping grief on grief [ Inf.  28.110]).

[42] The connection established here between Farinata and Mosca therefore includes the theologically untenable idea that suffering in Hell can be increased as a result of information received after damnation.

[43] The death of Mosca de’ Lamberti’s kin is emblematic of the ruin brought on Florence through factionalism. Mosca concludes his self-presentation with a chilling verse that captures the arc of history bent toward evil for an entire people . In Inferno  23 we learned that the counsel of the Pharisees that led to the killing of Christ “was an evil seed for the Jews”: “fu per li Giudei mala sementa” ( Inf.  23.123). Now in Inferno 28 we learn that the counsel of Mosca de’ Lamberti that led to the killing of Buondelmonte de’ Buondelmonti “was the seed of evil for the Tuscans”: “fu mal seme per la gente tosca” ( Inf. 28.108). It is hard to imagine what political assessment could be more devastating, from Dante’s perspective, than the link that he establishes here between the Tuscans and the Jews.

Coordinated Reading

The Undivine Comedy (Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1992), pp. 89-91; “Dante’s Sympathy for the Other, or the Non-Stereotyping Imagination: Sexual and Racialized Others in the Commedia ,” Critica del Testo 14.1 (2011): 177-204, rpt. Dante’s Multitudes: History, Philosophy, Method (South Bend: Notre Dame U. Press, 2022), pp. 22-44; Dante and Islam , ed. Jan Ziolkowski (New York: Fordham U. Press, 2014). On  contrapasso and its connection to vendetta , see the essay “Vendetta” in Enciclopedia Dantesca , by Alessandro Niccoli and Giovanni Diurni (http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/vendetta_(Enciclopedia-Dantesca)/; on  contrapasso and vision literature, see “Medieval Multiculturalism and Dante’s Theology of Hell,” 2000, rpt. Dante and the Origins of Italian Literary Culture (New York: Fordham U. Press, 2006), pp. 102-21. On Dante’s treatment of the Occitan poet Bertran de Born, see Dante’s Poets (Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1984), Chapter 2. For the image of the breastplate in Monarchia , see “Dante Squares the Circle: Textual and Philosophical Affinities of Monarchia and Paradiso ”, in Dante’s Multitudes: History, Philosophy, Method , pp. 137-61.

Recommended Citation

Barolini, Teodolinda. “ Inferno 28: Tuscany’s Evil Seed.” Commento Baroliniano , Digital Dante. New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2018. https://digitaldante.columbia.edu/dante/divine-comedy/inferno/inferno-28/ <paragraph number>

Commento Table of Contents

1 Chi poria mai pur con parole sciolte 2 dicer del sangue e de le piaghe a pieno 3 ch’i’ ora vidi, per narrar più volte?

4 Ogne lingua per certo verria meno 5 per lo nostro sermone e per la mente 6 c’hanno a tanto comprender poco seno.

7 S’el s’aunasse ancor tutta la gente 8 che già, in su la fortunata terra 9 di Puglia, fu del suo sangue dolente

10 per li Troiani e per la lunga guerra 11 che de l’anella fé sì alte spoglie, 12 come Livïo scrive, che non erra,

13 con quella che sentio di colpi doglie 14 per contastare a Ruberto Guiscardo; 15 e l’altra il cui ossame ancor s’accoglie

16 a Ceperan, là dove fu bugiardo 17 ciascun Pugliese, e là da Tagliacozzo, 18 dove sanz’ arme vinse il vecchio Alardo;

19 e qual forato suo membro e qual mozzo 20 mostrasse, d’aequar sarebbe nulla 21 il modo de la nona bolgia sozzo.

22 Già veggia, per mezzul perdere o lulla, 23 com’ io vidi un, così non si pertugia, 24 rotto dal mento infin dove si trulla.

25 Tra le gambe pendevan le minugia; 26 la corata pareva e ’l tristo sacco 27 che merda fa di quel che si trangugia.

28 Mentre che tutto in lui veder m’attacco, 29 guardommi e con le man s’aperse il petto, 30 dicendo: «Or vedi com’ io mi dilacco!

31 vedi come storpiato è Mäometto! 32 Dinanzi a me sen va piangendo Alì, 33 fesso nel volto dal mento al ciuffetto.

34 E tutti li altri che tu vedi qui, 35 seminator di scandalo e di scisma 36 fuor vivi, e però son fessi così.

37 Un diavolo è qua dietro che n’accisma 38 sì crudelmente, al taglio de la spada 39 rimettendo ciascun di questa risma,

40 quand’ avem volta la dolente strada; 41 però che le ferite son richiuse 42 prima ch’altri dinanzi li rivada.

43 Ma tu chi se’ che ’n su lo scoglio muse, 44 forse per indugiar d’ire a la pena 45 ch’è giudicata in su le tue accuse?».

46 «Né morte ’l giunse ancor, né colpa ’l mena», 47 rispuose ’l mio maestro, «a tormentarlo; 48 ma per dar lui esperïenza piena,

49 a me, che morto son, convien menarlo 50 per lo ’nferno qua giù di giro in giro; 51 e quest’ è ver così com’ io ti parlo».

52 Più fuor di cento che, quando l’udiro, 53 s’arrestaron nel fosso a riguardarmi 54 per maraviglia, oblïando il martiro.

55 «Or dì a fra Dolcin dunque che s’armi, 56 tu che forse vedra’ il sole in breve, 57 s’ello non vuol qui tosto seguitarmi,

58 sì di vivanda, che stretta di neve 59 non rechi la vittoria al Noarese, 60 ch’altrimenti acquistar non saria leve».

61 Poi che l’un piè per girsene sospese, 62 Mäometto mi disse esta parola; 63 indi a partirsi in terra lo distese.

64 Un altro, che forata avea la gola 65 e tronco ’l naso infin sotto le ciglia, 66 e non avea mai ch’una orecchia sola,

67 ristato a riguardar per maraviglia 68 con li altri, innanzi a li altri aprì la canna, 69 ch’era di fuor d’ogne parte vermiglia,

70 e disse: «O tu cui colpa non condanna 71 e cu’ io vidi su in terra latina, 72 se troppa simiglianza non m’inganna,

73 rimembriti di Pier da Medicina, 74 se mai torni a veder lo dolce piano 75 che da Vercelli a Marcabò dichina.

76 E fa saper a’ due miglior da Fano, 77 a messer Guido e anco ad Angiolello, 78 che, se l’antiveder qui non è vano,

79 gittati saran fuor di lor vasello 80 e mazzerati presso a la Cattolica 81 per tradimento d’un tiranno fello.

82 Tra l’isola di Cipri e di Maiolica 83 non vide mai sì gran fallo Nettuno, 84 non da pirate, non da gente argolica.

85 Quel traditor che vede pur con l’uno, 86 e tien la terra che tale qui meco 87 vorrebbe di vedere esser digiuno,

88 farà venirli a parlamento seco; 89 poi farà sì, ch’al vento di Focara 90 non sarà lor mestier voto né preco».

91 E io a lui: «Dimostrami e dichiara, 92 se vuo’ ch’i’ porti sù di te novella, 93 chi è colui da la veduta amara».

94 Allor puose la mano a la mascella 95 d’un suo compagno e la bocca li aperse, 96 gridando: «Questi è desso, e non favella.

97 Questi, scacciato, il dubitar sommerse 98 in Cesare, affermando che ’l fornito 99 sempre con danno l’attender sofferse».

100 Oh quanto mi pareva sbigottito 101 con la lingua tagliata ne la strozza 102 Curïo, ch’a dir fu così ardito!

103 E un ch’avea l’una e l’altra man mozza, 104 levando i moncherin per l’aura fosca, 105 sì che ’l sangue facea la faccia sozza,

106 gridò: «Ricordera’ti anche del Mosca, 107 che disse, lasso!, “Capo ha cosa fatta”, 108 che fu mal seme per la gente tosca».

109 E io li aggiunsi: «E morte di tua schiatta»; 110 per ch’elli, accumulando duol con duolo, 111 sen gio come persona trista e matta.

112 Ma io rimasi a riguardar lo stuolo, 113 e vidi cosa ch’io avrei paura, 114 sanza più prova, di contarla solo;

115 se non che coscïenza m’assicura, 116 la buona compagnia che l’uom francheggia 117 sotto l’asbergo del sentirsi pura.

118 Io vidi certo, e ancor par ch’io ’l veggia, 119 un busto sanza capo andar sì come 120 andavan li altri de la trista greggia;

121 e ’l capo tronco tenea per le chiome, 122 pesol con mano a guisa di lanterna: 123 e quel mirava noi e dicea: «Oh me!».

124 Di sé facea a sé stesso lucerna, 125 ed eran due in uno e uno in due; 126 com’ esser può, quei sa che sì governa.

127 Quando diritto al piè del ponte fue, 128 levò ’l braccio alto con tutta la testa 129 per appressarne le parole sue,

130 che fuoro: «Or vedi la pena molesta, 131 tu che, spirando, vai veggendo i morti: 132 vedi s’alcuna è grande come questa.

133 E perché tu di me novella porti, 134 sappi ch’i’ son Bertram dal Bornio, quelli 135 che diedi al re giovane i ma’ conforti.

136 Io feci il padre e ’l figlio in sé ribelli; 137 Achitofèl non fé più d’Absalone 138 e di Davìd coi malvagi punzelli.

139 Perch’ io parti’ così giunte persone, 140 partito porto il mio cerebro, lasso!, 141 dal suo principio ch’è in questo troncone.

142 Così s’osserva in me lo contrapasso».

Who, even with untrammeled words and many attempts at telling, ever could recount in full the blood and wounds that I now saw?

Each tongue that tried would certainly fall short because the shallowness of both our speech and intellect cannot contain so much.

Were you to reassemble all the men who once, within Apulia’s fateful land, had mourned their blood, shed at the Trojans’ hands,

as well as those who fell in the long war where massive mounds of rings were battle spoils— even as Livy writes, who does not err—

and those who felt the thrust of painful blows when they fought hard against Robert Guiscard; with all the rest whose bones are still piled up

at Ceperano—each Apulian was a traitor there—and, too, at Tagliacozzo, where old Alardo conquered without weapons;

and then, were one to show his limb pierced through and one his limb hacked off, that would not match the hideousness of the ninth abyss.

No barrel, even though it’s lost a hoop or end— piece, ever gapes as one whom I saw ripped right from his chin to where we fart:

his bowels hung between his legs, one saw his vitals and the miserable sack that makes of what we swallow excrement.

While I was all intent on watching him, he looked at me, and with his hands he spread his chest and said: “See how I split myself!

See now how maimed Mohammed is! And he who walks and weeps before me is Ali, whose face is opened wide from chin to forelock.

And all the others here whom you can see were, when alive, the sowers of dissension and scandal, and for this they now are split.

Behind us here, a devil decks us out so cruelly, re—placing every one of this throng underneath the sword edge when

we’ve made our way around the road of pain, because our wounds have closed again before we have returned to meet his blade once more.

But who are you who dawdle on this ridge, perhaps to slow your going to the verdict that was pronounced on your self—accusations?

“Death has not reached him yet,” my master answered, “nor is it guilt that summons him to torment; but that he may gain full experience,

I, who am dead, must guide him here below, to circle after circle, throughout Hell: this is as true as that I speak to you.”

More than a hundred, when they heard him, stopped within the ditch and turned to look at me, forgetful of their torture, wondering.

“Then you, who will perhaps soon see the sun, tell Fra Dolcino to provide himself with food, if he has no desire to join me

here quickly, lest when snow besieges him, it bring the Novarese the victory that otherwise they would not find too easy.”

When he had raised his heel, as if to go, Mohammed said these words to me, and then he set it on the ground and off he went.

Another sinner, with his throat slit through and with his nose hacked off up to his eyebrows, and no more than a single ear remaining,

had—with the others—stayed his steps in wonder; he was the first, before the rest, to open his windpipe—on the outside, all bloodred—

and said: “O you whom guilt does not condemn, and whom, unless too close resemblance cheats me, I’ve seen above upon Italian soil,

remember Pier da Medicina if you ever see again the gentle plain that from Vercelli slopes to Marcabo.

And let the two best men of Fano know— I mean both Messer Guido and Angiolello— that, if the foresight we have here’s not vain,

they will be cast out of their ship and drowned, weighed down with stones, near La Cattolica, because of a foul tyrant’s treachery.

Between the isles of Cyprus and Majorca, Neptune has never seen so cruel a crime committed by the pirates or the Argives.

That traitor who sees only with one eye and rules the land which one who’s here with me would wish his sight had never seen, will call

Guido and Angiolello to a parley, and then will so arrange it that they’ll need no vow or prayer to Focara’s wind!”

And I to him: “If you would have me carry some news of you above, then tell and show me who so detests the sight of Rimini.”

And then he set his hand upon the jaw of a companion, opening his mouth and shouting: “This is he, and he speaks not.

A man cast out, he quenched the doubt in Caesar, insisting that the one who is prepared can only suffer harm if he delays.”

Oh, how dismayed and pained he seemed to me, his tongue slit in his gullet: Curio, who once was so audacious in his talk!

And one who walked with both his hands hacked off, while lifting up his stumps through the dark air, so that his face was hideous with blood,

cried out: “You will remember Mosca, too, who said—alas—’What’s done is at an end,’ which was the seed of evil for the Tuscans.”

I added: “—and brought death to your own kinsmen”; then having heard me speak, grief heaped on grief, he went his way as one gone mad with sadness.

But I stayed there to watch that company and saw a thing that I should be afraid to tell with no more proof than my own self—

except that I am reassured by conscience, that good companion, heartening a man beneath the breastplate of its purity.

I surely saw, and it still seems I see, a trunk without a head that walked just like the others in that melancholy herd;

it carried by the hair its severed head, which swayed within its hand just like a lantern; and that head looked at us and said: “Ah me!”

Out of itself it made itself a lamp, and they were two in one and one in two; how that can be, He knows who so decrees.

When it was just below the bridge, it lifted its arm together with its head, so that its words might be more near us, words that said:

“Now you can see atrocious punishment, you who, still breathing, go to view the dead: see if there’s any pain as great as this.

And so that you may carry news of me, know that I am Bertran de Born, the one who gave bad counsel to the fledgling king.

I made the son and father enemies: Achitophel with his malicious urgings did not do worse with Absalom and David.

Because I severed those so joined, I carry— alas—my brain dissevered from its source, which is within my trunk. And thus, in me

one sees the law of counter—penalty.”

WHO ever could, e’en with untrammelled words, Tell of the blood and of the wounds in full Which now I saw, by many times narrating ?

Each tongue would for a certainty fall short By reason of our speech and memory, That have small room to comprehend so much

If were again assembled all the people Which formerly upon the fateful land Of Puglia were lamenting for their blood

Shed by the Romans and the lingering war That of the rings made such illustrious spoils, As Livy has recorded, who errs not,

With those who felt the agony of blows By making counterstand to Robert Guiscard, And all the rest, whose bones are gathered still

At Ceperano, where a renegade Was each Apulian, and at Tagliacozzo, Where without arms the old Alardo conquered,

And one his limb transpierced, and one lopped off, Should show, it would be nothing to compare With the disgusting mode of the ninth Bolgia.

A cask by losing centre—piece or cant Was never shattered so, as I saw one Rent from the chin to where one breaketh wind.

Between his legs were hanging down his entrails; His heart was visible, and the dismal sack That maketh excrement of what is eaten.

While I was all absorbed in seeing him, He looked at me, and opened with his hands His bosom, saying: “See now how I rend me;

How mutilated, see, is Mahomet; In front of me doth Ali weeping go, Cleft in the face from forelock unto chin;

And all the others whom thou here beholdest, Disseminators of scandal and of schism While living were, and therefore are cleft thus.

A devil is behind here, who doth cleave us Thus cruelly, unto the falchion’s edge Putting again each one of all this ream,

When we have gone around the doleful road; By reason that our wounds are closed again Ere any one in front of him repass.

But who art thou, that musest on the crag, Perchance to postpone going to the pain That is adjudged upon thine accusations ?”

“Nor death hath reached him yet, nor guilt doth bring him,” My Master made reply, “to be tormented; But to procure him full experience,

Me, who am dead, behoves it to conduct him Down here through Hell, from circle unto circle; And this is true as that I speak to thee.”

More than a hundred were there when they heard him, Who in the moat stood still to look at me, Through wonderment oblivious of their torture.

“Now say to Fra Dolcino, then, to arm him, Thou, who perhaps wilt shortly see the sun, If soon he wish not here to follow me,

So with provisions, that no stress of snow May give the victory to the Novarese, Which otherwise to gain would not be easy.”

After one foot to go away he lifted, This word did Mahomet say unto me, Then to depart upon the ground he stretched it.

Another one, who had his throat pierced through, And nose cut off close underneath the brows, And had no longer but a single ear,

Staying to look in wonder with the others, Before the others did his gullet open, Which outwardly was red in every part,

And said: “O thou, whom guilt doth not condemn, And whom I once saw up in Latian land, Unless too great similitude deceive me,

Call to remembrance Pier da Medicina, If e’er thou see again the lovely plain That from Vercelli slopes to Marcabo,

And make it known to the best two of Fano, To Messer Guido and Angiolello likewise, That if foreseeing here be not in vain,

Cast over from their vessel shall they be, And drowned near unto the Cattolica, By the betrayal of a tyrant fell.

Between the isles of Cyprus and Majorca Neptune ne’er yet beheld so great a crime Neither of pirates nor Argolic people.

That traitor, who sees only with one eye, And holds the land, which some one here with me Would fain be fasting from the vision of,

Will make them come unto a parley with him; Then will do so, that to Focara’s wind They will not stand in need of vow or prayer.”

And I to him: “Show to me and declare, If thou wouldst have me bear up news of thee, Who is this person of the bitter vision.”

Then did he lay his hand upon the jaw Of one of his companions, and his mouth Oped, crying: “This is he, and he speaks not.

This one, being banished, every doubt submerged In Caesar by affirming the forearmed Always with detriment allowed delay.”

O how bewildered unto me appeared, With tongue asunder in his windpipe slit, Curio, who in speaking was so bold !

And one, who both his hands dissevered had, The stumps uplifting through the murky air, So that the blood made horrible his face,

Cried out: “Thou shalt remember Mosca also, Who said, alas ! ‘ A thing done has an end ! ‘ Which was an ill seed for the Tuscan people

“And death unto thy race,” thereto I added; Whence he, accumulating woe on woe, Departed, like a person sad and crazed.

But I remained to look upon the crowd; And saw a thing which I should be afraid, Without some further proof, even to recount,

If it were not that conscience reassures me, That good companion which emboldens man Beneath the hauberk of its feeling pure.

I truly saw, and still I seem to see it, A trunk without a head walk in like manner As walked the others of the mournful herd.

And by the hair it held the head dissevered, Hung from the hand in fashion of a lantern, And that upon us gazed and said: “O me !”

It of itself made to itself a lamp, And they were two in one, and one in two; How that can be, He knows who so ordains it.

When it was come close to the bridge’s foot, It lifted high its arm with all the head, To bring more closely unto us its words,

Which were: “Behold now the sore penalty, Thou, who dost breathing go the dead beholding; Behold if any be as great as this.

And so that thou may carry news of me, Know that Bertram de Born am I, the same Who gave to the Young King the evil comfort.

I made the father and the son rebellious; Achitophel not more with Absalom And David did with his accursed goadings.

Because I parted persons so united, Parted do I now bear my brain, alas ! From its beginning, which is in this trunk.

Thus is observed in me the counterpoise.”

In the background of the image, Dante and Virgil encounter the souls of Mohammed, ripped from the chin down. Beside him, Pier di Medicina, with his throat pierced. At his right, Mosca de' Lamberti, lifting his stumps. In the foreground, Dante and Virgilio are shown with Bertran de Born, holding his head as a lantern. On the bottom right, we see a demon holding a sword who strikes the sinners as they come around.

In the background of the image, Dante and Virgil encounter the souls of Mohammed, ripped from the chin down. Beside him, Pier di Medicina, with his throat pierced. At his right, Mosca de’ Lamberti, lifting his stumps. In the foreground, Dante and Virgilio are shown with Bertran de Born, holding his head as a lantern. On the bottom right, we see a demon holding a sword who strikes the sinners as they come around.

In the ninth bolgia of the eighth circle, Dante and Virgilio meet the sowers of scandal and schism. The sinners are covered in blood and gore, some even having been eviscerated, as punishment for the discord and conflict they wrought in life. They walk in a never-ending circle and are attacked by a sword-wielding demon whenever they pass him.

In the ninth bolgia of the eighth circle, Dante and Virgilio meet the sowers of scandal and schism. The sinners are covered in blood and gore, some even having been eviscerated, as punishment for the discord and conflict they wrought in life. They walk in a never-ending circle and are attacked by a sword-wielding demon whenever they pass him.

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Sudan's people are trapped in `inferno of brutal violence' as famine and fighting close in, UN says

The Sudanese people “are trapped in an inferno of brutal violence” with famine, disease and fighting “closing in” and no end in sight, the top U.N. humanitarian official in the war-torn country says

UNITED NATIONS -- The Sudanese people “are trapped in an inferno of brutal violence” with famine, disease and fighting closing in and no end in sight, the top U.N. humanitarian official in the war-ravaged country said Wednesday.

Clementine Nkweta-Salami told a U.N. press conference that “horrific atrocities are being committed with reckless abandon, reports of rape, torture and ethnically motivated violence are streaming in," communities and families have been torn apart, and almost 9 million people have been forced to flee their homes in what is now the world’s largest displacement crisis.

Earlier this month, the U.N. food agency warned Sudan’s warring parties that there is a serious risk of widespread starvation and death in Darfur and elsewhere in Sudan if they don’t allow humanitarian aid into the vast western region – a view echoed Wednesday by Nkweta-Salami.

Sudan plunged into conflict in mid-April 2023, when long-simmering tensions between its military led by Gen. Abdel Fattah Burhan, and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces commanded by Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, broke out into street battles in the capital, Khartoum. Fighting has spread to other parts of the country, especially urban areas and the vast western Darfur region, and the U.N. says over 14,000 people have been killed and 33,000 injured.

The paramilitary forces, known as the RSF, have gained control of most of Darfur and are besieging the key city of El Fasher, the capital of North Darfur and the only capital they don’t hold.

Nkweta-Salami told a U.N. news conference that hostilities in El Fasher have been escalating and clashes over the weekend and early this week caused dozens of casualties and displaced many more of the 800,000 people still in the city.

She said there are just six weeks before “the lean season” begins, when food becomes less available and more expensive. It also coincides with the rainy season when reaching people is very difficult because water-logged roads become impassable, and the end of the planting season when the U.N. needs to provide seeds to farmers, she said.

The U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Sudan urged “more funding and fast.”

On April 15, donors pledged $2.1 billion in humanitarian aid for Sudan, but Nkweta-Salami said the U.N.’s $2.7 billion humanitarian appeal -- to help nearly 15 million of the country’s 58 million people -- is just 12% funded.

“Without more resources, we won’t be able to scale up in time to stave off famine and further deprivation,” she warned.

Leni Kinzli, the U.N. World Food Program’s regional spokesperson, said on May 3 that at least 1.7 million people in Darfur were experiencing emergency levels of hunger in Sudan in December, and the number is expected to be “much higher” now.

“People are resorting to consuming grass and peanut shells,” Kinzli said. “And if assistance doesn’t reach them soon, we risk witnessing widespread starvation and death in Darfur and across other conflict-affected areas in Sudan.”

Nkweta-Salami demanded unfettered access to the millions in need, urging more aid deliveries from Chad which borders Darfur, and across conflict lines.

She said food, water and medicine are desperately needed in El Fasher, which is now completely surrounded. As an example of the difficulties the U.N. and other aid agencies face, she said a U.N. convoy with more than a dozen trucks carrying critical supplies for 120,000 people left Port Sudan on April 3 but still hasn’t reached El Fasher because of insecurity, checkpoints and delays in getting clearances.

Nkweta-Salami urged the parties engaged in fighting in and around El Fasher to step back to prevent what would be “a catastrophic impact on the civilian population.”

“And most of all, we need more engagement to end this war” and to hold the parties to the conflict accountable, she said. “The international community cannot stand by as this crisis spirals out of control – as the noose of this conflict tightens its stranglehold on the civilian population.”

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Shelter from the Storm

A coastal view of Guam National Wildlife Refuge that overlooks the ocean. The land is covered in lush, green plant live. The clouds paint a grey hue across the sky where it meets the ocean in the distance.

On May 24, 2023, Typhoon Mawar struck Guam.

The storm hit the island with 140 mph winds knocking out power and flooding buildings. A rain gauge in Dededo measured 28.42 inches of rain, most of which fell within three hours. Although Typhoon Mawar was the strongest storm to hit the island in 20 years, boats tied to moorings in Guam’s Harbor of Refuge were safe and sheltered from the storm. 

Just one month earlier, the Port Authority of Guam completed a multi-year renovation project to repair the harbor. In partnership with the Guam Department of Agriculture’s Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources, and with the help of Boating Infrastructure Grant funding from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the port fixed the moorings just in time for the typhoon. 

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“The whole intention of the Harbor of Refuge is for boats to be able to seek shelter during a storm,” Dora Perez, a planner with the Port Authority of Guam said. “It's a multi-use facility, and the primary use of the refuge is for safety of boaters during a storm.”

Perez started working for the Port Authority of Guam in 1989 as a clerk. Born and raised in Guam, she ascended the agency’s ranks until she became a planner in the port’s strategic planning division. Perez derives the most satisfaction from seeing how her projects benefit the community.

“Our projects are tangible,” Perez said. “When you walk on the docks, you just feel so good because it’s for the community.”

Picture of a man standing on a dock at Guam's Harbor of Refuge. There are boats in the background on the water.

The harbor has 48 moorings that are open to a variety of boat types and sizes. Partnership funds from the Boating Infrastructure Grant program support tie-ups for recreational transient vessels more than 26 feet in length. While the primary use of the Harbor of Refuge is to provide a place where boats can shelter from the storms that frequently strike Guam during typhoon season, it’s also available for short-term boat parking.

Having a safe and functional harbor also provides conservation benefits. Tying up to a mooring instead of dropping an anchor protects fragile corals, reduces impacts on marine plants and animals, and curtails pollution. 

“By ensuring that the boats are safely anchored, it helps maintain the health and biodiversity of the marine ecosystem,” Perez said. “A well-maintained moorage area reduces the impact of human activity on marine life and habitats.”

The project’s success was attributable to the Office of the Governor’s Marine Conservation Plan and the Guam Department of Agriculture’s Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources.

"Our agency's partnership with the Port Authority of Guam has been invaluable with completing infrastructure projects to benefit the boating community,” Jay Gutierrez, Guam Department of Agriculture's Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Chief, said. “Having a safe area to moor will ensure that boats and the environment are protected, especially during storms.”

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The Boating Infrastructure Grant program was established in 1998 and is administrated by the Service’s Office of Conservation Investment. The program provides funding to states to improve access to the historic, cultural, recreational, scenic, and natural resources within the U.S. for large boats. The grants have supported projects designed to strengthen local community ties to boaters and marine manufacturers, raise awareness about the economic benefits of recreational boating, promote partnerships, provide continuity of access to coastal communities, and provide areas of safe harbor. Funds from this program have expanded opportunities for boating and water-related recreation and the communities these activities support.

“The partnership between Guam's Department of Agriculture and the Port Authority of Guam is a very effective collaboration,” Ruth Utzurrum, Service wildlife biologist and grants manager said. “They’ve done a great job with building infrastructure that provides boaters and the community with safe places to tie up, and access to recreational opportunities that also benefit conservation. The Harbor of Refuge renovation is the result of a very highly complementary, effective, and mutually beneficial partnership.”

The next phase of renovation includes adding a convenience dock and gangway. For now, the harbor is open – for the community, and beyond.

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The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

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Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

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A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

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