Translation in Latin prose by Giovanni de Bertoldi (Serravalle of Romagna, today Republic of San Marino, 1360 – Fano 1445), known as Giovanni da Serravalle, franciscan friar and theologian native of Romagna. He translated the Divine Comedy in Latin, providing a commentary of the entire poem, in 1416. First printed edition – a gigantic volume – published at Prato in 1891.
Translation by Immanuel Olsvanger (Grajewo, Polonia, 1888 – Jerusalem 1961). Edition of Inferno [Ha-Tofet] published in Jerusalem in 1956 (first edition 1943). Illustrated by Sandro Botticelli (Firenze 1445 – 1519).
Translation in terza rima by Albert Verwey (Amsterdam 1865 – Noordwijk 1937), Dutch poet and essayist. First edition published at Haarlem in 1923.
Translation in terza rima of the Inferno by Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate (Den Haag 1919 – Amsterdam 1889), Dutch poet and translator. First edition published at Leiden in 1876. Illustrated by Gustave Doré.
Translation in terza rima by George Coșbuc (Hordou, today Coșbuc, 1866 – Bucharest 1918), Rumanian poet. First edition, in three volumes, published at Bucharest in 1925. Iillustrated with the Italian anonymous xylographies of the XV century, taken from the Venetian edition of Quarenghi of 1497
Prose translation by Manuel Aranda y Sanjuán (1845 – 1900). First edition published at Barcelona in 1871.
Translation in terza rima di José Pedro Xavier Pinheiro (1822 – 1882), Brazilian man of letters. First edition of the Inferno published at Rio de Janeiro in 1888.
Translation in Sicilian in blank verse by Domenico Canalella (Mussomeli 1914 – Palermo 1978), Sicilian translator and man of letters. Edition published at Palermo in 2003. Illustrated with plates of the Sicilian painter Salvatore Caputo (Castell’Umberto 1947).
Translation in terza rima by Andreu Febrer (Vic 1380 ca. – Barcelona 1440 ca.) written in 1429. Edition published in Barcelona in 1974 (first printed edition 1878).
Translation in prose (the first one in Rumanian) by Maria P. Chiţu (Craiova 1846 – 1930), Rumanian writer and dantist. First edition of the Inferno published at Craiova in 1883.