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Giovanni Boccaccio’s Laurel Wreath
Boccaccio by Morghen

Origin

Giovanni Boccaccio

Type

Laurel Wreath

Effects

Lets a person experience and understand the full range of human emotions.

Downsides

Cause congestive heart failure after use.

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 8

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

83415-6619

Shelf

65850-7352-461

Date of Collection

September 1488

[Source]


EffectsEdit

Giovanni Boccaccio was an Italian humanist that was a friend of another, Petrarch, and is known for his works and poetry written in the vernacular. He roamed around Italy and France in his adult life, witnessing and curtailing the Black Death and going on a mission for Pope Urban V. He met Petrarch on a few occasions and also had many of his family die during his lifetime.

EffectsEdit

His wreath makes whoever wears it experience and understand the full spectrum of human emotion, from grief and sorrow to desire and euphoria. Unfortunately, after use, the person will experience congestive heart failure.

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