Bonagiunta Orbicciani

Bonagiunta Orbicciani, also called Bonaggiunta and Urbicciani (ca. 1220 in Lucca – 1290), was an Italian poet of the Tuscan School, which drew on the work of the Sicilian School.[1] His main occupation was as a judge and notary.[2] Fewer than forty of his poems survive.[2]

He appears as a character in Canto 24 of Dante's Purgatorio, where he comments on the sweet new style of his successors.[1]