In the ninth circle of hell, which man is chewed on eternally by lucifer?
The answer is *Judas* on Apex, however there are a couple answer banks for Apex
The answer is Judas, who betrayed Jesus for 30 silver coins and next to him was Brutus and Cassius, who murdered Julius Caesar in the Roman Senate.
A. Count Ugolino Explanation: The ninth circle of hell is the last of them and is divided into 4 rounds according to the seriousness of the sin. All residents are frozen in an icy lake but those who committed more severe sins are deeper in the ice. Each of the 4 rounds is named after an individual who personifies the sin. Count Ugolino is found on the second round called Antenora. He is frozen in the ice gnawing the head of Archbishop Ruggieri. I hope this answer helps you.
Apex Brutus is the correct answer.
I think its B. hope it helps
Judas Iscariot, Marcus Junius Brutus, and Gaius Cassius Longinus. Explanation: As Satan beats his wings, he creates a cold wind that continues to freeze the ice surrounding him and the other sinners in the Ninth Circle. The winds he creates are felt throughout the other circles of Hell. In his three mouths, he chews on Judas Iscariot, Marcus Junius Brutus, and Gaius Cassius Longinus. Part of Dante’s inferno.
Judas Iscariot, the man who betrayed/ sold Jesus to the Sanhedrin. Explanation: Dante Alighieri’s “Inferno” is part of his “Divine Comedy” which has three parts- Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. The ninth circle of hell is seen in the “inferno” part of the book. In the book, Dante was undertaking a spiritual journey when he got lost and was sent Virgil to guide him. Together, they went through the various levels of hell, meeting some people they know and also interacting with the people, sinners who are all deserving of being kept in hell. In the last canto, Canto XXXIV, we see them being in the Ninth circle of Hell where they were greeted by the sight of a monster who was chewing the heads of the ‘cheaters’ of their benefactors. In the middle was Judas Iscariot, who sold Jesus Christ to the enemies and led to his arrest and crucifixion, while the other two sides contain Brutus and Cassius, the killers and betrayers of Caesar.
The answer is b. Judas Iscariot
Cassius is chewed upon eternally by Lucifer, for treason and betrayal.
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