63. From Dante (1321) to Hieronymus (1516), this 195 years of difference is generational. The former is an example of shoulder standing, the latter looks down the ladder with shaky knees.

Daniel Sanderson
Jan 1, 2018

From Dante (1321) to Hieronymus (1516), this 195 years of difference is generational. The former is an example of shoulder standing, the latter looks down the ladder with shaky knees.

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