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Brief History & Other Articles

This page contains:
(1) a chronology of Naples from the Greek beginnings to 1860, the year of the unification of modern Italy. The entries are also in the main index and on the history portal page, which has many more entries.

(2) entries by third parties and extraneous items.

Chronological history of Naples: These entries are linked from within to other related items, but if you read only through these 14 items below, you will read a straightforward, chronological  history of Naples from the Greek beginnings to 1860.

1. Greek Naples 8 Aragonese Naples
2. Roman Naples 9. Spanish Naples 1
 3. The Dark Ages 10. Spanish Naples 2
4. Norman Naples 11. Austrian Naples
5. Swabian Naples 12. Bourbon Naples 1
6. Angevin Naples -1 13. Bourbon Naples 2
7. Angevin Naples -2 14. Bourbon Naples 3

There is a separate section in Naples: Life, Death & Miracles for items about Sardinia.
That index page is here.
Supplemental articles by Jeff Matthews (or as indicated).

Fiuggi   Early Islam in Italy   Claudio Monteverdi   Orvieto   The Rebirth of Rome
   The Venice Lagoon

Articles by David Taylor: In the history section (above), items 1, 2, 3 (w/ Matthews), 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, and-

"An Act of Faith" (fiction)    The Axel Munthe Villa on Capri The Battle of Capri 
Ischia    Italy's First Railway    Nelson and Lady Hamilton
On Trial for Their Reputations    Parthenopean Republic    The Paupers' Hotel
Pulcinella--World Mask    Roman Bridge to Baia! The Streets of Naples  Jesse White


Articles by Jeanne Manfred:    

Lecture on History of Naples and Southern Italy.  This is a transcript of a talk Jeanne gave
periodically in Sorrento. It is a delightful synthesis of 2,500 years of history.


The Sheik of Castellaneta: the story of Rudolf Valentino
The Egg Castle --a story
The "Trulli" houses of Puglia                                            


Articles by Herman Chanowitz:

Intarsio (inlaid wood)      WW2-Oral History

A series by Larry Ray - Remembering Naples


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