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And on 5 Isaiah 62 :1. the frontispiece of Mon. Messiæ. 400 jean-paul de lucca to Campanella, would happen when all nations unite in that city during the golden century, as Isaiah had prophecised.  It was because of the great theological and political reform needed to prepare for the unfolding of this prophecy that he was not ready to remain silent, or be silenced. The fight against the Ottoman Empire, which had reached its maximum limit of expansion in 1606, was one of the most important manifestations of the preparatory phase before the messianic period.

As Firpo incisively notes, this reminds us of the well-known verses in Orlando Furioso (xvii, 77), in which Ariosto makes similar accusations against the Swiss and exhorts them to join the efforts against the Turk. This sonnet also gives a clear indication of Campanella’s admiration for the Knights, portrayed here as noble heroes who, by implication, fought on the right side. If Firpo is right in dating this sonnet to the early years of Campanella’s imprisonment in Naples,  its composition would coincide exactly with the first manuscript of The City of the Sun.

Meyer Setton, Western Hostility to Islam and Prophecies of Turkish Doom, Philadelphia, Diane Publishing, 1992, p. 7. See also M. , Notre Dame, Notre Dame University Press, 1993.  Art. , pp. 142, 186, 229, passim. For an interesting discussion of Campanella’s views on the Ottoman Empire see N. Malcolm, The Crescent and the City of the Sun : Islam and the Renaissance Utopia of Tommaso Campanella, « Proceedings of the British Academy », cxxv, 2004, pp. 41-67.  Art. , p. 162. The Ottoman Empire was represented as Babylon (p.

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