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Last seen on: –Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Apr 5 2021
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Random information on the term “DIS”:
In Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy, the City of Dis (Italian: Dite Italian pronunciation: [ˈdiːte]) encompasses the sixth through the ninth circles of Hell. Before the City is reached, in ninth canto, Dante encounters the unbaptised and then those who sinned by self-indulgence—the lustful, the gluttons, the misers and spendthrifts—and at the outskirts of the red-hot walls of City of Dis are the wrathful and those of ill-will. From this point on we find sinners who acted out of malice and wickedness. Immediately within the walls of the City are the Heretics, who, having disbelieved in immortality are forever imprisoned in red-hot tombs. Beyond are rings of those who were violent—to others, to themselves (suicides), to God (blasphemers), to art (usurers), and to nature (sexual perverts). Beyond the ruins of Dis are the frauds and corruptors, and finally the traitors.
In ancient Roman mythology, Dis Pater (“Father Dis”) is the ruler of the underworld and is named as such in the sixth book of Virgil’s “Aeneid”, one of the principal influences on Dante in his depiction of Hell (the god was also known as Pluto, a name not used by Virgil in the Aeneid). The hero Aeneas enters the “desolate halls and vacant realm of Dis” with his guide, the Sibyl, who correspond in The Divine Comedy to “Dante” as the speaker of the poem and his guide, Virgil.