Essential source on Byz. Italy and its relations with neighboring principalities by an anonymous 10th-C. monk of Salerno (perhaps Radoald, abbot of S. Chronicon Salernitanum. A Critical Edition with Studies on Literary and Historical Sources and on Language, by Ulla Westerbergh. Front Cover. SALERNO. Chronicon Salernitanum: a critical edition with studies on literary and historical sources, and on languages. Front Cover. Ulla Westerbergh. Almquist & Wiksell.
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It “has some claims to literary merit” and the “matter is good despite the lack of critical ability which disfigures the work,” according to the Catholic Encyclopedia.
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Your request to send this item has been completed. The son of Atenulf II of Benevento, Landulf ruled on his father’s death as co-prince with his uncle, Landulf I, fhronicon soon sent him into exile. A civil war erupted in the Italian Mezzogiorno. Member feedback about Principality of Salerno: The Chronicon Salernitanumor ” Salerno Chronicle “, is an anonymous 10th century chronicle of the history of the Principality of Salerno.
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