Beginning from the discovery, inthe “Archivio di Stato” of Palermo, of aninventory containing the belongings confiscatedfrom Manfredi Alagona in 1393,this work reconstructs the story of thetreasure of the Sicilian queens (Costanzaof Aragon and Maria of Sicily), that hadbeen confiscated from the powerful Alagonafamily, originally from Aragon, whomoved to Sicily. A detailed study of theinventoried movables allows the analysisof several aspects connected to customsand society at the end of the XIVth century,from clothing to utensils, from taste andfashion to care of appearance, from thelove of jewels to the workship of relics.
|Numero di pagine||36|
|Rivista||Anuario de Estudios Medievales|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2007|
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