Istituzioni ecclesiastiche e potere regio nel mediterraneo medievale. Scritti per Salvatore Fodale

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The book is an homage paid by the students to professor Salvatore Fodale. In line with the research topics of the master, the common thread is the ecclesiastical institutions and the royal power between the Normans and the end of the Middle Ages. A special space is dedicated to the city of Messina, at the center of essays on religiosity between East and West and of Raimondo Puyolis, Catalan archbishop in the fourteenth century. The relationship between ecclesiastical institutions and royal power emerges in the articles of the Papacy and the propaganda crusade in the thirteenth century and the monastery of Santa Maria del Bosco Calatamauro. It is also examined the complex relationship between Martin the Younger and the Sicilian Jewish community. The reign of Alfonso the Magnanimous is the background to the essays on the memorial of reginale Room, at the time of his wife Maria of Castile,
Original languageItalian
PublisherMediterranea - Ricerche storiche
Number of pages214
ISBN (Print)978-88-99487-31-7
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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