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Trani

Trani
Autor: Lambert M. Surhone / Miriam T. Timpledon / Susan F. Marseken
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Artikelnummer: 877308
ISBN / EAN: 9786130969677

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The city of Turenum appears for the first time in the Tabula Peutingeriana, a 13th century copy of an ancient Roman itinerary. The name, also spelled Tirenum, was that of the Greek hero Diomedes. The city was later occupied by the Lombards and the Byzantines. First certain news of an urban settlement in Trani, however, trace back only to the 9th century. The most flourishing age of Trani was the 11th century, when it became an episcopal see in place of Canosa, destroyed by the Saracens. Its port, well placed for the Crusades, then developed greatly, becoming the most important on the Adriatic Sea. In the year 1000 Trani issued the Ordinamenta Maris, which are considered today the most ancient maritime codex of Middle Ages. In that period many great families from the main Italian Maritime Republics (Amalfi, Pisa and Venice) established themselves in Trani. Trani, in turn, maintained a consul in Venice from 12th century. The presence of other consulates in many northern Europe centres, even in England and Netherlands, shows Trani''s trading and political importance in the Middle Ages.

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