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.
J.K. Rensburg, drawing by Elias Smalhout Translation in tercets by Jacques Charles (JK) Rensburg (The Hague 1870 – Sobibor 1943), Dutch poet and translator, victim of holocaust. First edition in three volumes published at Amsterdam in 1906-08. Illustrations by Gustave Doré. Rensburg, 1906, Frontespizio Rensburg, 1906, Copertina del Purgatorio Rensburg, 1906, Incipit dell'Inferno
Translation in blank hendecasyllables by Christinus Kops, Dutch friar of the Order of Friars Minor. First edition in three volumes published in Utrecht in 1930. Engravings signed “Eyck 27” and three colored tables of unknown author. Kops, 1930, Frontespizio Kops, 1930, Incipit dell'Inferno Kops, 1930, Incisione di 'Eyck 27' Kops, 1930, tavola fuori testo dell'Inferno
Translation in terza rima by Betsy van Oyen-Zeeman. First edition published at Haarlem in 1932.