The Norman Kingdom of Sicily

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Cambridge University Press, 30.7.1992 - 418 sivua
This book is an introductory account of the kingdom of Sicily established in 1130 by Roger II, a "Norman" king, and ruled by Roger, his son, and grandsons until 1194 when the kingdom was conquered by his son-in-law, Henry VI of Hohenstaufen. The period covered does, however, extend from 1130 to 1266, when the kingdom passed from the Hohenstaufen heirs to Charles of Anjou, which is roughly as long and as coherent as the "Norman" monarchy of England between 1066 and 1204.
 

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SOUTHERN ITALY AND THE NORMANS BEFORE THE CREATION OF THE MONARCHY
9
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE KINGDOM
33
THE KINGDOM
69
THE MATERIAL RESOURCES OF THE KINGDOM
71
THE RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF THE KINGDOM
86
INTELLECTUAL AND ARTISTIC ASPECTS OF THE KINGDOM
112
THE ORDERING OF SOCIETY
129
THE MONARCHY
163
ROYAL GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
207
THE KINGDOMS DEFENCES AND ITS ENEMIES
254
THE NORMAN LEGACY
283
THE KINGDOM IN DISARRAY
285
THE KINGDOM REVITALISED
315
THE KINGDOM BETRAYED
363
FURTHER READING
381
INDEX
399

THE KINGS IN THEIR KINGDOM
165

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