[automatically translated] The Middle Ages Syracuse takes shape through a historical-archival study that outlines the political and economic dynamics that have traversed the city between the late thirteenth and the fifteenth century. This is a research on the complex relations between the Universitas, the Crown, the Jewish community and foreign, but also of an investigation into Syracuse city reginale, ie the territory of the Chamber of the queens of Sicily, and the implications generated by this condition. The analysis of the effects that these interactions have had on the administration, economics, social and urban fabric Syracuse -between fractures and continuity, crisis and rinnovamento- made it possible to trace the history of Syracuse; City co-star in the history of that part of humanity that soon passed and has etched characters and shapes.
|Publisher||Salvatore Sciascia Editore|
|Number of pages||408|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|