Il vescovo Eneco de Alemania e il riordino degli ospedali di Siracusa nel 1374

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The essay analyzes the pastoral activities of Eneco de Alemania, bishop of Syracuse from 1361 to 1380, in particular the reorganization of these wanted the welfare works of the city of Syracuse by the closure of existing hospitalia in favor of a new and larger facility in which to focus its assistance for the sick and recover at the same time the spirit of charity and hospitality, which specifically conducted a preliminary investigation had found to have been largely betrayed. The operation of the bishop was confronted with similar situations in Catalonia and included in the broader framework of the conditions of hospitalia of the Italian peninsula in the fourteenth century.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIl vescovo Eneco de Alemania e il riordino degli ospedali di Siracusa nel 1374
Pages613-628
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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NameQUADERNI MEDITERRANEA RICERCHE STORICHE

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