Schiavi di Abruzzo

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Munisipyo.

Ang Schiavi di Abruzzo ay isang bayan sa burol sa lalawigan ng Chieti, Abruzzo, gitnang Italya . Matatagpuan ito sa Kabundukang Apenino, sa pinakatimog na bahagi ng rehiyon ng Abruzzo, sa hangganan ng rehiyon ng Molise.

Ito ay 56 kilometro (35 mi), mula sa Dagat Adriatico, at 225 kilometro (140 mi) mula sa Roma.

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Ang unang nakatalang pagbanggit ng bayan ay nagsimula noong Gitnang Kapanahunan, noong unang kalahati ng ika-11 siglo. Gayundin, ang pangalang Schavis at Sclavi ay lumitaw sa Libro delle decime (aklat ng pahunos) ng 1309 at ng 1328.[3] Karaniwan na nalalaman na mayroong isang kolonya ng mga Eslabo na naging fief ni Roberto da Sclavo, kung saan maaaring nagmula ang pangalan ng bayan.

Mula 1130 ang bayan ay bahagi ng Kaharian ng Sicilia, at kalaunan ng Kaharian ng Napoles.

Mula 1626 [4] hanggang 1806 [5] ang bayan ay din ng isang fief ng Caracciolo di SantoBuono ng sangay ang angkang Caracciolo clan ng Napoles[6], at namahala mula sa San Buono, isang bayan 21 milya (34 km) layo.

Mula 1816 hanggang 1861, ang Schiavi ay bahagi ng Kaharian ng Dalawang Sicilia, pagkatapos ay naging bahagi ng Kaharian ng Italya, hanggang 1946 nang ang Italya ay naging isang demokrasya.

Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. "Superficie di Comuni Province e Regioni italiane al 9 ottobre 2011". Istat. Nakuha noong 16 Marso 2019.
  2. "Popolazione Residente al 1° Gennaio 2018". Istat. Nakuha noong 16 Marso 2019.
  3. History section, Schiavi di Abruzzo page. Naka-arkibo 2008-05-14 sa Wayback Machine. www.italyheritage.com, History section..
  4. Genealogy of the Caracciolo di Santo Buono. Within this link, use ctrl-F to find instances of the word "Schiavi". Control began with (C20) Don Alfonso Caracciolo (1603-1660), the third Prince of Santo Buono and Count of Schiavi, in 1626. Though feudalism was abolished in 1806, the last known pretender of the fief was (L4) Don Marino Caracciolo (1910-1971), 15th Prince of Santo Buono and Count of Capracotta and Schiavi.
  5. Schiavi di Abruzzo, Documenti e Storia, edited by L. Porfilio and P. Falasca, Marino Saolfanelli Publishers, 1994, ISBN 88-7497-621-6. Page 194 describes the abolishment feudalism.
  6. The Continuity of Feudal Power: The Caracciolo Di Brienza in Spanish Naples, Tommaso Astarita, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 1991. This book centers around a different branch of the Caracciolo family involving a set of three small towns similar to Schiavi, located in the Basilicata region, southeast of Naples. Following is a description by the publisher, CUP : The Continuity of Feudal Power is an analytic study of a family of the Neapolitan aristocracy during the early modern period, with particular focus on the time of Spanish rule (1503–1707). The Caracciolo marquis of Brienza were a branch of one of the oldest and most powerful clans in the kingdom of Naples, and they numbered among the hundred wealthiest feudal families throughout the early modern period. Professor Astarita reconstructs the family's patrimony, administration and revenues, the family's relationship with the rural communities over which it had jurisdiction, its marriage and alliance policies, and the relations between the aristocracy and the monarchical government. His emphasis is on the continuing importance of feudal traditions, institutions and values both in the definition of the aristocracy's status and in its success in ensuring the persistence of its wealth and power within the kingdom. The first social history of Naples under Spanish rule • Uses a detailed study of the Caracciolo Marquis of Brienza to examine the lives of the aristocracy and their maintenance of power for three centuries. Contents: 1. The Caracciolo di Brienza; 2. Structure and evolution of an aristocratic patrimony; 3. The management of an aristocratic landed patrimony; 4. The feudal lord and his vassals: between traditional paternalism and change; 5. Aristocratic strategies for the preservation of family wealth; 6. Offices, courts and taxes, the aristocracy and the Spanish rule. Read the "first pages" provided by Amazon by putting cursor over book cover here.

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