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The poem examined here, probably composed in Italy, is mainly known for its historical interest and as a satire of the Germans. In "Bon'aventura", in fact, Peire Vidal seems to be siding openly with the Marquis Boniface I of Monferrato and the Lombard communes, that were at war with the Emperor Henry IV, who had invaded Italy at the end of 1194. This paper, which reproduces Avalle's edition and basically confirms the usual date between autumn 1194 and April 1195, will discuss the precisedoaj:52a1f78a132e466592195f17762a28fb fatcat:p6ttlfbysfd4xpyent2pltmb7e