Off topic: Napoli - Durazzo - una domanda sull'istoria
Thread poster: Csaba Ban

Csaba Ban  Identity Verified
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Feb 5, 2006

Excuse me for writing in English in the Italian forum - I hope you will not be too much offended.
I am writing a short article on Carlo di Durazzo (il Piccolo) (1346 - 1386). I found enough references in Hungarian, but there are two questions still outstanding. As my Italian is very basic, I cannot search Italian resources by Google - perhaps you can point me to the right direction. Here are my two questions:
1. What is the family relationship between Carlo di Durazzo (Piccolo) and Luigi, king of Hungary?
2. How long was Durazzo held by Napoli or the Angio (Anjou) family? Was the area concentrated only to the city of Durazzo, or it went further inland into Albania?

Thank you in advance.

PS I am able to read Italian, but I cannot write in it.


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giogi
Local time: 05:06
Hope it will help you! Feb 5, 2006

http://www.cronologia.it/storia/aa1377.htm

Carlo di Durazzo, il Piccolo is also mentioned in the "Storia d'Italia" written by Francesco Guicciardini in the 1530s.
If I'm not wrong you can find something about Carlo in the first book but, being it a XVI-century work, the language is a bit difficult.
That's the link:
http://bepi1949.altervista.org/biblio3a/Indice.html

Good luck!
Giovanna


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Prawi  Identity Verified
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ancora un link Feb 5, 2006

Hallo Csaba,

here another Link:
http://www.ilportaledelsud.org/ultimi_angioini.htm -

If you need help in reading/understanding the language, you can contact me per mail.

Ciao
Paola


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