Brindisi fra Costantinopoli e Palermo (1155 – 1158)

Carito, Giacomo (2016) Brindisi fra Costantinopoli e Palermo (1155 – 1158). In: L'età normanna in Puglia. Mito e ragione. Atti del III Convegno di Studi normanni della Società di Storia Patria, sezione di Brindisi. Convegni / Società di Storia Patria per la Puglia (6). Società di Storia Patria per la Puglia, Brindisi, pp. 47-82. ISBN 9788894052732

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Brindisi was under the direct influence of the powers that, over the centuries, have lorded the Mediterranean. From time to time, it has been redesigned and redefined the role of the mission to be carried out. Here East and West faced and met themselves, forging a general synthesis having original aspects, not only on the east-west axis of Mediterranean but also in the more limited but, at the same time, defined regional plan. It is here that the neo-Latin dialects of northen central Apulia meet those neo-greeks of southern Apulia. The inclusion of the towns in the Western political framework, its forced turning the backs to Constantinople to direct their gaze towards Rome, can be summed up in a time and in the events that developed in that circumstance. The reference is to 1156 conflict, that dialectically opposing Palermo to Constantinople, had its synthesis in Brindisi.

Tipologia del documento: Capitolo di libro
Informazioni aggiuntive: Convegno tenuto il 23 aprile 2015 presso l'Hotel Palazzo Virgilio di Brindisi. Con la collaborazione del Centro Studi Normanno-Svevi di Bari.
Soggetto: D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D111 Medieval History
Depositato da: dr Vincenzo De Luise
Depositato il: 04 Dic 2016 21:24
Ultima modifica: 04 Dic 2016 21:24


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