CECCO ANGIOLIERISienese poet, traditionally counted among the greatest exponents of the genre of rimeria thirteenth-fourteenth century who goes by the name of “playful poetry” or “comic-realistic” or “burlesque.” Born in 1260, presumably from Guelph family of discrete conspicuous nobility and wealth, in 1281 he took part in the conquest of the castle ghibellino Turri, in Maremma. Seven years later he joined with his father in the small military contingent sent by the Sienese to the Florentines, engaged in the war against Arezzo which ended in 1289 with the battle of Campaldino. Siena abandoned his father’s death (1296), resided for some time in Rome, Siena maybe guest of Cardinal Riccardo Petroni. Uncertain the date of death, surely the front, however, 1313 (the year in which a deed in which five of his sons refuse his father’s legacy that was loaded with debts). The poetic works of Cecco includes little more than a hundred texts, almost all dating from the five-year period 1290-95. His most significant compositions are the sonnets for Becchina (the famous one, fully dialogued, “Becchin ‘sake!” “What wilt’, false betrayed?”), Those dell’invettiva antiparentale (see S’i ‘fire pits, firewood ” the world), the equally famous, the misery and the melancholy of the poet (the strenuità richer for me son, My sadness is so great and such) and those that trace, in the sense of the comic-realistic forms of Provencal plazer and stilnovisti (Three things can only m’ènno). But we should also remember the three sonnets directed at Dante, presumably known to Campaldino in 1289: 1) Lassar vo ‘the finding of Becchina (dating back to the period between 1289 and 1294); 2) Alighier Dante, Cecco, ‘the you’ serv’e friend of 1292-93 (where he is accused of an alleged contradiction in the hopes that Oltra wider turns – accusation that Dante will seek to refute in the prose of life Nova XLI and Convivio III iv 9); 3) Dante Alighieri thyself, if ‘know’ bon begolardo, insulting response to a lost sonnet of Dante (probably the same content), due to some internal references, in 1303-4.