The essay reconstructs the events connected with the presence of Ferdinand and Maria Carolina in Palermo, the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily, where they stopped in December 1798 after a journey full of obstacles. Although distant and only indirectly affected by the dramatic events surrounding the republican experiments, the city - suffering from the political emergency and the unstable military situation - lived in fear of a feared French invasion and in the fear of the simultaneous presence of Spanish and English Troops caused tension.
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||ROMISCHE HISTORISCHE MITTEILUNGEN|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|