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Frammento di cronaca senese 1390

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Author(s): D'Eugenio, Daniela
14th century. Italy. The Frammento di Cronaca Senese 1390 is an anonymous fragmentary chronicle that narrates the conflict between the cities of Florence and Siena in 1390. Written in elegant prose, the account begins on the day of the Ascension, when the city of Siena provides Angiolino di Giovanni, Angiolino de' Salimbeni, and messer Iachomo with weapons to fight against Florence. The three men later join Giovanni d’Azzo Ubaldini in Camporeggi. The chronicle goes on to provide details about the battle…
Date: 2016-10-17

Annales Arretinorum Maiores et Minores

(678 words)

Author(s): D'Eugenio, Daniela
[Annals of Arezzo]12th-14th century. Italy. The Annales Arretinorum maiores et minores consist of two different sets of records covering the period from the end of the 12th century up to the first half of the 14th century in the city of Arezzo. Bini and Grazzini discuss in depth the discrepancies between the two sets of records covering the same events.The first part, the  Annales Arretinorum maiores, contains one hundred and fifty sets of important facts for each year from 1192 to 1343. With the exception of one paragraph for the year 1335, they are writt…
Date: 2016-10-17

Annales Florentini

(858 words)

Author(s): D'Eugenio, Daniela
12th-15th century. Italy. The Annales Florentini consist of three different sets of historical records focussing mainly on events that occurred in the city of Florence. They are written in Latin and cover the period between the early 12th century and the mid-15th century. Pietro Santini considered the first two sections, which Otto Hartwig called Annales Florentini I and Annales Florentini II, to be prototypes for later compilations and the  Gesta Florentinorum. The third section bears the title Annales Florentini 1288-1431. Although the three sets constitute one large co…
Date: 2016-10-17

Rainerius episcopus urbivetanus

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Author(s): D'Eugenio, Daniela
[Ranieri di Prudenzo of Orvieto]1228–1248. Italy. Bishop of Orvieto. Born into the powerful Prudenti family, Ranieri was educated at the local church of San Costanzo in the early 13th century. He was elected bishop in 1228, after the death of the previous bishop, Capitaneo Ranieri. He was a staunch pro-Ghibelline, which put him at odds with the papacy on a number of matters, such as the restitution of Val di Lago to the pope. In addition to writing the Cronaca, he is remembered for expanding the episcopal palace. After his death in 1248, the episcopal seat remained vacant …
Date: 2016-10-17