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Thseng~sie: Tsang Hsi, another name for Tian [cf. 5 above]. 16. Which ... nature: "Que doit·on penser des paroles de ces trois disciples? " ["What should one think about the words of these three disci· pies? ] 17. Yuan Jang: Yuan lang. "Youan·jang (un ancien ami du Phi10sophe), plus age que lui, etait assis sur Ie chemin les jambes croisees. Le Philosophe lui dit: Etant enfant, n'avoir pas eu de deference fraternelle; dans rage roUT, n'avoir den fait de louable; parvenu ala vieillesse, ne pas maurir: c' est etre un vaur- ien.
18. the old row with Naples: [8:10; 9:18]. Alphonso of Aragon had turned Piccinino 20. Borso: B. d'Este, 1413-1471, natural son of Niccol6 d'Este [8:51], Lord of Fer- 11. Florence ... Pitigliano: I, "Italian Historical Archives .... The War of the Sienese ples, amassing a huge fortune. Later he was allowed to return to Florence. Zan Lattieri afterward spreading the rumor that Piccinino had fallen out a window. This crime shocked all Italy. But it is doubtful that Francesco Sforza was a party to the plot [Muratori, IX, 236-237; 21/97].
29. Stupro ... concubinarius: ML; the text of the indictment runs: "Ravisher, butcher, adulterer / murderer, parricide, and perjurer, / killer of priests, reckless [one], lecher, / ... " 30. and that he rejected: All present at the consistory agreed with Benzi's list of charges, but Federigo d'Urbino and Alessandro Sforza added that Sigismundo also "rejected not one or two articles of the Catholic faith but the entire Catholic Creed" and had no sense of religion. In his Commentaries Pius II even claimed that Sigismundo was in the pay of the Turks and had betrayed the cause of Christianity.
A Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound: Vol. I (Cantos 1-71) by Carroll F. Terrell