3 edition of Storia di Matilde. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Since 1955 the in Bianello Castle has been a reminiscent display of Matilda's meeting with Henry V and reported coronation as Vicar and Vice-Queen; the event has taken place every year since then, usually on the last Sunday of May. Most research has dated this first donation to the years between 1077 and 1080. The Mantuans strived for autonomy and demanded admission to the margravial Rivalta Castle located five kilometers west of Mantua.Matilde di Canossa nelle culture europee del secondo millennio.
The castles in their domain and high church festivals also served to visualize the rule. On 7 June 1072 Matilda and her mother presided over the court in favor of the in. Innanzitutto il protagonista: Domenico Maresca.
See the letter of rejection of the German bishops from January 1076 Const. The Cadolinger were named after one of their ancestors, Count Cadalo, who was attested from 952 to 986; Storia di Matilde. died out in 1113. At the beginning of March 1095 called the under the protection of Matilda. Their withdrawal would have meant a political retreat and the loss of Pisa and Mantua.
Matilda became pregnant in 1070; Godfrey the Hunchback seems to have informed the Salian imperial court about this event: in a charter from Henry IV dated 9 May 1071, Godfrey or his heirs are mentioned.
in Italian In: Paolo Golinelli ed. After her death in 1116 Henry V succeeded in taking possession of the without any apparent resistance from the curia.
Matilde di Canossa e il suo tempo.
These attempts foundered after Matilda with help of the city of defeated them at near on 2 July 1084.
This formulation, which can be found in 38 original and 31 copiously handed down texts by the Margravine, ultimately remains as puzzling as it is singular in terms of tradition.