25 Sep 2020
Amusement, Colleges and Universities, Dante Alighieri, Divine Comedy, Otters
One of the whips of the Culmstock Otter Hounds holds up a 22lb otter they killed on 13 September 1934, at Taunton Castle, Somerset.
A Medieval Studies Professor forwarded the following:
A student describing the ethical system of Dante’s Inferno noted that the first ring of the 7th circle encased those who committed violence against otters.