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“These "pozzi," or wells, were sunk in the thick walls, under the flooring of the chamber at the foot of the Bridge of Sighs.”
“Reply to this maria grazia pozzi what a nice interview! another voice, another bridge …”
“In the last half century, the wells (or pozzi, as they're known) that grace the campi of the Venice have been sealed over with concrete and then, typically, crowned with a ultra-heavy cast-iron lid.”
“I did get Ongania's book on the Wellheads (pozzi) in Venice.”
“Most immediately, he knew now where he was: back in the Palazzo Ducale, in the dank cells known as the _pozzi_.”
“The cells of the _pozzi_ are ... only for short stays.”
“It is possible, however, that Jacopo Foscari may have been confined in the _pozzi_ at different times about the middle of the fifteenth century.”
“Venetian annals; for it is not to be expected that the less tragic fortunes of Carlo Zeno and Vittore Pisani, who may also have been imprisoned in the _pozzi_, can move the true sentimentalizer.”
“To a man, they struggled to shun the illustrious captivity designed them, and escaped from the _pozzi_ by every artifice of fact and figure.”
“Political offenders were not confined in the "prison on each hand" of the poet, but in the famous _pozzi_ (literally, wells) or dungeons under the Ducal Palace.”
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