TITLE

FORME E VEICOLI DELL'APPARTENENZA L'OBBLIGAZIONE PROPTER ANIMAM DELL'AMMIRAGLIO RUGGERO DI LAURIA

AUTHOR(S)
LAMBOGLIA, ROSANNA
PUB. DATE
January 2015
SOURCE
Nuova Rivista Storica;gen-apr2015, Vol. 99 Issue 1, p251
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper offers a critical edition of the well-known Testamento de Roger a transcription made by M. J. Quintana from a parchment stored until at the beginning of the XIX century at the archive of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Santes Creus (Aiguamúrcia, Catalonia). The transcription is a will in a solemn form signed by the admiral Roger of Lauria (Kingdom of Sicily, 1245/1250 ca - Valencia, on 17th January 1305), his witnesses and the notary, Michael Gasol, at Lerida, on 10th September 1291. The paper discusses the formal characteristics of the document and finally defines it like a simple instrumentum with which Roger of Lauria commits his body after the death to the monastery. The paper continues with an analysis of the contents in relation to the medieval practice of the commitments for the soul ante mortem and to the historical context that is the War of the Sicilian Vespers (from 1282 to 1302).
ACCESSION #
101641423

 

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