Starting from the observation that in Sicily several castles of dubious paternity or probably erected by Frederick III were attributed to Frederick II, although some of these had already been ascribed to the Aragonese in the sixteenth century, the essay aims to verify to what extent in the specific field of fortified architecture in Sicily the Aragonese memory was strong or, rather, we can speak of "anti-Aragonese memory" and reconstructs the causes that led to what can more properly be defined as "confusion in memory”.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||La Corona d'Aragona e l'Italia. Atti del XX Congresso di Storia della Corona d'Aragona, Roma-Napoli, 4-8 ottobre 2017|
|Numero di pagine||14|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|