"Li baroni non possono mangiarsi le università": le riforme delle amministrazioni cittadine in Sicilia nell'età tanucciana.

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[automatically translated] The essay traces the stages of the policy - undertaken with momentum since Laviefuille viceroy since the fifties of the eighteenth century and pursued even in the seventies of the century by Tanucci - containment of feudal and renewal of the Sicilian government abuses universities, both state-owned centers both, though with greater difficulty, in feudal lands. Particular attention was then dedicated to the election procedures of the officers of justice and municipal lands in the baronial and composition of the civic councils, these themes dear to Tanucci, then placed the Viceroy Caracciolo.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationBaroni e vassalli. Storie moderne
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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