Session 1626: Borders and Frontiers of the Kingdom of Sicily, 11th-15th Centuries, II: Trades and Political Patterns towards the Maritime Borders
Thursday 9 July 2020, 11.15-12.45
|Antonio Antonetti, Dipartimento di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale, (DISPAC), Università degli Studi di Salerno
Andrea Casalboni, Dipartimento di Storia Antropologia Religioni Arte Spettacolo Università degli Studi di Roma 'La Sapienza'
|Francesco Somaini, Dipartimento di Storia Società e Studi sull`uomo Università del Salento
|Perception of the Border in the Riparian Populations of the Kingdom, 1282-1343
Index terms: Economics - Trade, Geography and Settlement Studies, Local History, Social History
|Boundaries in Southern Italy in the First Half of the 15th Century
Index terms: Administration, Geography and Settlement Studies, Politics and Diplomacy
|Adriatic Interconnections on the Eastern Border of the Kingdom: The Apulian Merchant Community
Index terms: Economics - Trade, Historiography - Medieval, Maritime and Naval Studies
Recent spatial approach to the medieval studies has pointed a new way to discuss the political patterns involved in the royalty and the government's forms. Intent of this panel is to analyze the political mechanism of control over a fluid frontier like the maritimal border-areas. The study case will be the southern and western frontiers of the Sicilian Kingdom, which offer the possibility to find out how and to what extent the Angevin kings to definied their territorial authority on trades and traders.