Rivolte e conflitti a Girgenti nel biennio 1647-48

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Overall framework of the Sicilian revolts of 1647 spring-summer, appear highly relevant the story of Girgenti, and because the city was affected by episodes of conflict between factions, although not always clear and coherent, for control of the local political and economic power and for the close relationship between the events and the serious jurisdictional conflicts going on between the Church and the Crown. Of particular interest are the dynamics of conflict, with serious repercussions as much on politics as on economic and social aspects of the city, determined by the tense relations between the bishop of the diocese, the Sicilian Francesco Traina, and some officers of the university.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)293-316
JournalMEDITERRANEA. RICERCHE STORICHE
Volume13
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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