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Songs about Dantis:
The Ganesha Gayatri Mantra - Om Ekadantaya Viddhmahe Vakratundaya Dhimayi Tanno Danti Prachodayat by Vidura Barrios from the Album Meditation & Yoga Music Series: Ganesh Mantras
Chi temo di più (feat. Danti) [Explicit] by Mondo Marcio from the Album Cose dell'altro Mondo Marcio (Special Edition) [Explicit]
Colours of My Soul (feat. Christos Dantis) by Nikos Tavoularis from the Album Dreams on Strings
Come me (feat. Danti) [Explicit] by Mondo Marcio from the Album Cose dell'altro Mondo Marcio (Special Edition) [Explicit]
Danti by Zobop from the Album Zobop Voodoo-Rèd
danti bucci by covert23 from the Album Behind Enemy Lines...
Danti Bucci meets Covert23 (Original Mix) by covert23 from the Album The Pentagon is Watching You EP
Books about Dantis:
Lectura Dantis: Inferno: A Canto-by-Canto Commentary by Allen Mandelbaum, Anthony Oldcorn and Charles Ross (Feb 1, 1999)
Lectura Dantis: Purgatorio by Allen Mandelbaum, Anthony Oldcorn and Charles Ross (Feb 6, 2008)
Ambitious Form: Giambologna, Ammanati, and Danti in Florence by Michael W. Cole (Dec 26, 2010)
Dantis Aligherii Divina Comoedia: Latinis Versibus (1874) (Latin Edition) by Dante Alighieri and Josepho Pascalio-Marinelli (Sep 10, 2010)
Benvenuti De Rambaldis De Imola Comentum Super Dantis Aldigherij Comoediam: Nunc Primum Integre in Lucen Editum... by William Warren Vernon and James Philip Lacaita (Apr 20, 2010)
The Dazzling Dark: New Irish Plays : Danti-Dan, a Picture of Paradise, Good Evening, Mr Collins, Portia Coughlan... by Jimmy Murphy, Tom Mac Intyre, Marina Carr and Frank McGuinness (May 1996)
Dantis Aligherii ... Monarchia... (Latin Edition) by Dante Alighieri (Oct 2, 2011)
Wiki information Dantis:
Christos Dantis, is a Greek multi-instrumentalist singer, songwriter, lyricist, and record producer best known for his hits such as "To Palio Mou Palto" and "Ena Tragoudi Akoma" and later for composing and co-writing the song "My Number One" for...
Johannes Dantiscus, was prince-bishop of Warmia and Bishop of Culm. In recognition of his diplomatic services for Polish kings, the bishop and poet is also known as the Father of Polish Diplomacy. Johannes Dantiscus' personal seal, a depiction...