CEPPO

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CEPPOChemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention Office
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On June 29, 1401 the increasingly humble, pious Datini declared: "If all the world were to preach to me, I would not lose hope in God; although I wouldn't merit it, I still believe that he will lend me some of his holy grace." And in the same letter Datini, truly a survivor, wrote to Mazzei that he did not want to keep his "backside turned upward but the reverse" that is, so that he could "raise his eyes to Heaven." With stunning confidence, and following his own supreme act of charity, the establishment of the Ceppo, Datini even declared: "And when we find ourselves at the furrier's and we talk, as Lazarus did with that rich man, I am given to believe that I will be Lazarus and you [Lapo] the rich man" (qtd.
In many ways, the stone defines the building, the architects wanted an ordinary Milanese material that reflected the doughty character of the city, so they chose ceppo, which is quarried in Lombardy (in fact, the university bought a local quarry to ensure adequate supplies).
Hayez found the misplaced letter, dated 20 February 1387/88, in the ASPO's Casa del Ceppo collection: it is now in ASPO Datini, 10891: 3302781.
dietro l'attinia (insanguinato ceppo ove lasciarono capelli
Hence, the scaffold of Bologna becomes a symbolic stage as the space for a woman to tell her story, confess her sins, show remorse, ask for forgiveness, and accept her punishment, all the while being paraded next to the horrifying beheading block: "La carne inferma in me par che si stempre,/ Fra Ceppo, Laccio, e Ferro, in ch'ella e avvinta" (73- 75).
The stone you see everywhere is Ceppo di Gre, a stone from the region between Bergamo and Brescia that you normally find in Milan.
Its efforts to dictate the administration of such large institutions as Prato's Ospedale del Ceppo generated enormous local resistance which is beyond the scope of this article The Ceppo in Prato was itself a centralizing institution in its own context, run by patricians who shared the ideology of the Bigallo captains, but who attempted to use their local charitable institution as a means of resisting Florentine claims and pocketing ospedale revenues.52 This was common enough in sixteenth-century Italy.
In the first canto of Orlando Furioso the narrator promises to continue the tale of glorious Ruggiero, descendent of Troy's Hector and ancestor of the ruling Estensi: Voi sentirete fra i piu degni eroi, che nominar con laude m'apparecchio, ricordar quel Ruggier, che fu di voi e de' vostri avi illustri il ceppo vecchio.
Venni a sapere di intere famiglie, composte dai figli o dai nipoti di vecchi gerarchi o di fiancheggiatori del fascismo,--la cui unica colpa era quella di appartenere al medesimo ceppo familiare del presunto colpevole--tenute nascoste nei solai e nei granai del Modenese per sfuggir e a rappresaglie o a esecuzioni sommarie.
Il tema della morte violenta che arriva all'improvviso e in eta precoce, della morte ingiusta priva di senso naturale, e poi il topos della raccolta di racconti Non saremo confusi per sempre che Mancassola pubblica nel 2011 e col quale e premiato dalla critica (supervincitore del XXV Premio Carlo Cocito, vincitore del XX Premio Fiesole di narrative, vincitore del 56esimo Premio Ceppo Pistoia).
The following exerpts make her wishes clear: "desidera un'altro ceppo et una seconda famiglia qual di Cere sia nominato ...