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Blue Guide Concise Italy

1st ed. (2009) pp424
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Blue Guide Italy Food Companion

1st ed. (2011) pp200
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Blue Guide Tuscany

5th ed. (2009) pp640
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NEW Northern Italy dining and accommodation recommendations

Following a trip to the Veneto region, not only rich in superb art, architecture and archaeological sites but also with some of Italy's best regional food and wines, we have a handful of new Blue Guides Recommended hotels and restaurants to share with you:

  1. Comfort and style on the Trieste water front: the Savoia Excelsior Palace Hotel.

  2. Good value, good location and clean in the centre of Aquileia's Roman remains and early-Christian architecture: the Aquila Nera Hotel.

  3. Luxury and charm in Browning's Palladian Asolo villa: the Hotel Villa Cipriani.

  4. The best food of the trip in a spectacular setting on Lake Garda: Locanda San Vigilio.

  5. A reliable pizza in touristic Sirmione: Pizzeria Scaligeri's

  6. Verona's finest food and wine: Antica Bottega del Vino.

Note that our recommended listings on this website are by no means exhaustive - there are fuller lists in the books.  These recommendations will be included in the next edition of Blue Guide Northern Italy. Comments welcome as always.


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Blue Guide Tuscany

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Blue Guide Florence

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Blue Guide The Marche and San Marino

1st ed. (2006) pp408
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Blue Guide Central Italy

1st ed. (2008) pp736
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Blue Guide Southern Italy

11th ed. (2007) pp584
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Blue Guide Sicily

8th ed. (2012) pp544
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Blue Guide Rome

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Blue Guide Literary Companion Rome

1st ed. (2011) pp304
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Blue Guide Concise Rome

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Pilgrim's Rome: A Blue Guide Travel Monograph

1st ed. (2012) pp304
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Blue Guide Literary Companion Venice

1st ed. (2009) pp224
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The Venice Lido: A Blue Guide Travel Monograph

1st ed. (2011) pp160
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INDEXES

To give a feel for the depth of information available in our books, we reproduce here in full the indexes of some of our Blue Guides.

Explanatory or more detailed references (where there are many), or references to places where an artist’s work is best represented, are given in bold. Numbers in italics are picture references. Dates are given for all artists, architects and sculptors. Ancient names are rendered in italics, as are works of art.

 

INDEX TO BLUE GUIDE THE MARCHE AND SAN MARINO

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A

Acqualagna 325

Acquasanta Terme 159

Acquaviva (S. Marino) 361

Acquaviva Picena 165–66

Agabiti, Pietro Paolo (1470–1540) 40 58, 61,

62, 253

Ageltrude, queen of the Lombards 93

Agugliano 25

Alaric, king of the Goths 119, 240, 247

Albacina 57

Albani family 303, 310, 312

Alberti, Antonio (1390–1449) 339, 356

Albornoz, Cardinal Egidio 7, 13, 45, 61,

226, 249, 264, 266, 267

Aleandri, Ireneo (1795–1885) 9, 78, 88, 93,

102, 149, 184-185, 215

Alemanno, Enrico (see Enrico Alemanno)

Alemanno, Pietro (see Pietro Alemanno)

Alexander VII, pope 318

Alexander VIII, pope 312

Allevi, Alcide (1831–93) 163

Alunno, Niccolò (1430–1502) 133

Amalasunta, queen of the Lombards 178,

380

Amandola 134

Ambra di Talamello (cheese) 339

Amorosi, Antonio (1660–1740) 197

Ancona 11–24

Andrea da Barberino 130

Andrea da Bologna (fl. 1369–77) 177, 211,

233

Andrea da Jesi (Andrea Aquilini;

1492–?1526) 44, 46

Andrea di Bartolo (fl. 1389–1424) 246

Angeli family 221

Angeli, Fra’ Marino (fl. 1443–48) 196

Anguillara, Luigi 130

Annigoni, Pietro (1910–88) 20, 168

Antonio da Fabriano (fl. 1451–89) 54, 58.

75, 86

Antonio da Faenza (1457–1535) 215

Antonio da Pesaro (see Giovanni Antonio da

Pesaro)

Apecchio 327

Apiro 89–90

Apollodorus of Damascus (2C) 11

Appignano 92

Appignano del Tronto 160–61

Arcangelo di Cola (fl. 1416–29) 75

Arcevia 251–53, 252

Arch of Trajan (Ancona) 11, 12

Arquata del Tronto 137

Ascoli Piceno 142–55

Asculum, Roman city 153

Aso river 190ff

Auditore 346

Augustus, emperor 6, 61, 150, 264, 265

Austria, Austrians 91, 106, 107, 112, 196,

212

Auximum, Roman city 231

Avacelli 253

B

Baglione, Giovanni (1571–1644) 102

Barbara 247

Barbarossa, Frederick, Holy Roman Emperor

13, 178, 210, 231, 264, 343

Barco Ducale 320

Barili, Antonio and Andrea (fl. late 15C) 266

Barocci, Federico (1535–1612) 8, 100, 242,

243, 244, 245, 291, 309, 311, 318, 326,

326; (birthplace of) 312

Baronzio, Giovanni (?1300–62) 306, 322

Bartolini, Luigi (1892–1963) 20

Bartoccini, Bruno (1910–2001) 71

Batoni, Pompeo (1708–87) 356

Beato Sante, convent of 296

Bedini, Michelangelo 168

Belforte all’Isauro 347

Belforte del Chienti 114

Belisarius, Byzantine general 7, 57, 285

Bellini, Filippo (?1550–1604) 22, 42, 56,

245

Bellini Giovanni (1430–1516) 288, 288–89,

306

Belluno, Ugolino da (20C) 169

Belmonte Piceno 189

Beltrami, Giacomo Costantino 92

Belvedere Ostrense 246

Benedetto da Maiano (1442–97) 223, 322

Berentz, Christian (1658–1722) 288

Berruguete, Pedro (1450–1506) 308, 336

Berti, Antonio (1904–90) 359

Bini, Bino (b. 1916) 359

Boccati, Giovanni (fl. 1443–80) 8, 74, 114,

115, 306

Bolognola 134

Bonaparte, Napoleon (see Napoleon)

Bonaparte, Prince Jerome (brother of

Napoleon) 9, 184

Bonfini, Martino (17C) 136

Borgia, Cesare 70, 249, 341

Borgia, Lucrezia 294, 323

Borgo 137

Borgo Maggiore (S. Marino) 360

Borgo Pace 322

Boscoli, Andrea (1560–1607) 180, 185

Botticelli, Sandro (1447–1510) 308

Botticini, Francesco (1446–98) 135

Braccano 77

Bracci, Virginio (1737–1815) 188

Braccio da Montone 36, 120, 179, 253, 254

Bramante, Donato (1444–1514) 222, 224,

308, 323, 361

Bramantino (Bartolomeo Suardi; 1455–1514)

309

Brancaleoni family 318, 321, 325, 336

Brandani, Federico (?1525–75) 8, 241, 277,

290, 306, 312, 326

Brandi, Giacinto (1623–91) 56, 233

Bucci, Anselmo (1887–1955) 20, 276

Byzantine, Byzantium 13, 122, 264, 272,

285, 303

C

Caffè, Nino (1909–75) 276

Cagli 327–28

Cagliostro, Count 338

Caldarola 115–16

Calibani, Maurizio 130

Calixtus, antipope 208

Callido, Gaetano (1727–1813) 42, 43, 45,

52, 89, 101, 168, 179, 185, 192, 242,

244, 270

Camaldoli order of monks 52, 63, 64

Camerano 29

Camerata Picena 25

Camerino 69–71, 73

Camerino School of artists 8, 69, 70, 74

Campofilone 190

Canova, Antonio (1757–1822) 44, 58, 230,

289

Cantalamessa, Carlo (1909–82) 102

Cantarini, Simone (1612–48) 76, 100, 269,

274, 288, 290

Cantatore, Domenico (1906–98) 100

Cantiano 328–29

Capodacqua 137

Capodarco 183

Capogrossi, Giuseppe (1900–72) 152

Capponi, Mattia (fl. late 18C) 47

Carassai 191

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi;

1573–1610) 329

Carboncino, Giovanni (1614–83) 110

Carignano family 264

Carlo da Camerino (14C–15C) 245, 343

Carnevale, Professor Giovanni 210

Carnevali, Giovanni (1804–73) 276

Carolis, Adolfo de (1874–1928) 20, 191, 230

Carpegna 344

Carrà, Carlo (1881–1966) 208, 276

Carracci, Annibale (1560–1609) 87

Carracci, Ludovico (1555–1619) 265

Carthaginians 240, 263, 271, 272, 277, 323

Cartoceto 271

Cassero family 264, 266

Casssero, Jacopo del 268

Cassinari, Bruno (1912–92) 100

Castel di Luco 159

Castel Folignano 159

Castel Trosino 156

Castelbellino 44

Castelcolonna 243

Casteldelci 341–42

Casteldimezzo 293

Casteldurante (see Urbania)

Casteldurante pottery 275, 289, 317, 318

Castelferretti 25

Castelfidardo 234

Castelleone di Suasa 247

Castelli, Piero, violin maker 151

Castello della Pieve 322

Castelplanio 43

Castiglioni 253

Castignano 160

Catervius, St 111, 112

Caudino 253

Caves (Frasassi) 58

Cecco d’Ascoli 154

Cento Croci 270

Cerreto d’Esi 56–57

Certalto 343

Cesano valley 243ff

Charlemagne 28, 36, 69, 165, 210, 231,

264, 284

Charles, king of Anjou 7

Charles, duke of Calabria 154

Chiaravalle 41–42

Chiavelli family 51, 52, 54, 56

Chienti valley 207ff

Chiesanuova (S. Marino) 361

Chirico, Giorgio de (1888–1978) 101

Christian, archbishop of Mainz 13, 74, 178

Churchill, Sir Winston 272

Cialdieri di Bartolomeo, Girolamo

(1593–1680) 312, 317

Cignani, Carlo (1628–1719) 310

Cima family 86, 87

Cingoli 85–89

Civitanova Alta 208

Civitanova Marche 207

Clement II, pope 295

Clement V, pope 161

Clement VII, pope 13

Clement XII, pope 11

Club dei Brutti 326–27

Cola dell’Amatrice (?1480–1559) 145, 148,

149, 154, 155, 169, 296

Colbordolo 296

Coldigioco 89

Colle 137

Colombara 327

Comunanza 197

Conca valley 342ff

Conca, Giovanni (fl. 1706–54) 311

Conero Peninsula 25–29

Consorti, Paolo 170

Contarini, Giovanni (1549–1603) 62

Corinaldo 243–44

Coronelli, Vincenzo 269

Corridonia 211–12

Cossignano 169

Coxcie Tapestries 309, 310

Coxcie, Michiel (1499–1592) 310

Crivelli, Carlo (1430–1500) 8, 19–20, 23,

75, 100, 122, 144, 145, 147, 178, 188,

191

Crivelli, Vittore (1440–1502) 8, 75, 78, 111,

122, 133, 160, 166, 167, 168, 178, 183,

184, 185, 188, 190, 306

Crocetti, Venanzo (1913–2003) 359

Cugnolo 184

Cupra Alta 166–67

Cupra Marittima 166

Cupramontana 45–47

Cyriacus, St 17

D

Damiani, Felice (1530–1608) 229

Dante Alighieri 64, 154, 322, 335, 338

Daretti, Lorenzo (18C) 42

Depero, Fortunato (1892–1960) 101

Dionysius, tyrant of Syracuse 13

Diotallevi di Angeluccio (14C) 77

Domagnano (S. Marino) 361

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri;

1581–1641) 265, 268

Donati, Alessio (18C) 192

Duomo della Madonna (Fermo) 179–80

E

Emygdius, St 145, 150

Enrico Alemanno (15C) 118

Esanatoglia 77

Esino river 40

Esuperantius, St 88, 89

Etruscan, Etruscans 46, 177, 322, 327, 355

Eugenius IV, pope 178, 179

F

Fabiani, Giovanni Battista (fl. mid-18C) 123

Fabriano 51–56

Faetano (S. Marino) 361

Falciano (S. Marino) 361

Falconara 25

Faleria, Roman city 189

Falerone 189

Fanelli, Pier Simone (d. 1703) 229

Fano 264–70; (Carnival of) 283

Farfa, abbey of 196, 208

Farnese, Cardinal Alessandro 148

Fausto, Florestano di (20C) 229

Fazzini, Pericle (1913–87) 43, 194

Federico da Montefeltro (see Montefeltro)

Fermignano 323

Fermo 177–82

Ferri, Giovan Francesco (1701–75) 292

Ferrucci, Francesco di Simone (1437–93)

345

Fiastra abbey (see S. Maria di Chiaravalle)

Fidanza, Raffaele (19C) 75

Filottrano 90–92

Fiorentino (S. Marino) 361

Fiorenzuola di Focara 293

Flaconara Marittima 24

Floriani, Pompeo (1545–1600) 194, 225,

231

Foglia valley 345ff

Fogolino, Marcello (16C) 147

Folchetti, Stefano (fl. 1492–1513) 118, 119

133

Folignano 159

Follonica, castle of 45

Fontana, Luigi (1827–1908) 101, 186, 190,

191, 194

Force 196

Forum Sempronii, Roman town 272, 276;

(finds from) 275

Foschi, Giovan Battista (17C) 108

Fossombrone 263, 272–76

France, French 130, 143, 303 (see also

Napoleon)

Francesco di Gentile (fl. late 15C) 75, 76

Francis, St 29, 335, 337, 338, 345, 347

Franks 122, 264

Frasassi Caves 58

Fraticelli, heretical sect 44, 45

Fratte Rosa 248

Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman

Emperor 36, 37, 37, 143, 180, 226, 230;

(monument to) 38

Frontino 344, 345

Frontone 64

Frosino, Luca (fl. 15C–16C) 337

G

Gabicce Mare 293

Gabriele, Onofrio (1616–1705) 215

Gaglierto 159

Galimberti, Silvio (20C) 211

Galleria del Furlo 323

Galleria Nazionale delle Marche 306–10

Garibaldi, Giuseppe 357, 360

Gaudentius, St 242, 245

Gauls 240, 251

Genga 58

Genga, Bartolomeo (1516–59) 292, 309, 325

Genga, Girolamo (1476–1551) 241, 273,

292, 293, 304, 317, 318, 320, 322, 325

Gennari, Bartolomeo (17C) 358

Gentile da Fabriano (1370–1427) 8, 321,

329

Gentileschi, Orazio (1563–1638) 53

Gera, Uno (1890–1982) 168

German, Germans (in WW2) 91, 154, 251,

264, 295, 346

Gessi, Francesco (1588–1649) 273

Ghezzi, Giuseppe and Sebastiano (17C) 135,

188, 197

Ghibellines 7, 36, 44, 134, 226, 240, 264,

317, 335

Ghiberti, Lorenzo (1378–1455) 321

Ghinelli, Vincenzo (19C) 9

Ghissi, Francescuccio di Cecco (fl. 1359–95)

54, 152, 188

Giacomelli, Mario (1925–2000) 242

Giacomo da Recanati (1390–1466) 93, 100,

227

Giambologna (Jean Boulogne; 1524–1608)

92, 225

Giambono, Michele (fl. 1420–62) 268

Gigli, Beniamino 225, 227; (villa of) 229–30

229

Gigli, Lorenzo 229

Giorgio da Como (early 13C) 179

Giosafatti family (17C–18C) 149, 152, 153

Giosafatti, Giuseppe (1643–1731) 152, 156,

156

Giosafatti, Lazzaro 152

Giosafatti, Lorenzo 153

Giotto (Giotto di Bondone; 1267–1337) 318,

339

Giotto School of Rimini (early 14C) 40, 56,

108, 118, 266, 342

Giovanni Antonio da Pesaro (15C) 62, 288

Giovanni da Camerino (15C) 224, 306

Giovanni da Montelparo (15C) 179

Giovanni da Rimini (fl. 1441–70) 322

Giovanni dell’Opera (Giovanni Bandini;

1540–98) 310

Giovanni Battista da Lugano (d. 1538) 131

Girolamo di Giovanni (fl. 1449–73) 70, 71,

133

Giulianelli, Giuseppe (17C) 56

Giuliano da Rimini (fl. 1307–46) 63, 182

Globo di Matelica, the 76

Gola del Furlo 323–24, 324

Gola del Nera 131

Gola dell’Infernaccio 136

Gola della Rossa-Frasassi Regional Park 57

Gothic art and architecture 8; (notable

examples of) 107, 117–18, 133, 148, 163,

290

Gothic Line (WW2) 272, 295, 346

Goths 7, 36, 86, 98, 192, 208, 231, 264,

272, 285, 303, 320

Gradara 294

Greco, Emilio (1913–95) 359

Greece, Greeks, ancient 13, 28, 231

Grottammare 167

Grotte di Frasassi 58

Gualdicciolo (S. Marino) 361

Gualtieri, Fernando (b. 1919) 339

Guelphs 7, 74, 98, 226, 231, 240, 264, 335

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbiere;

1591–1666) 22, 56, 108, 168, 227, 233,

242, 267, 268, 337, 356

Guerra, Tonino 341

Guerrieri, Giovanni Francesco (1589–1657)

61, 63, 271, 273, 274, 317, 318,

319, 322

Guttuso, Renato (1912–87) 116

H

Hannibal 230

Hasdrubal 240, 263, 271

Hauteville, Constance de 37

Hayez, Francesco (1791–1882) 181

Helvia Ricina, Roman town 93, 98, 103;

(finds from) 99, 100

Henry IV of Swabia 37

Heyroth Wagener, Otilia 357

Hohenstaufen dynasty 7 (see also Frederick II)

Holy House (see Santa Casa)

Holy Roman Empire, Emperor 7, 9, 37, 210

(see also Barbarossa, Charlemagne, Frederick

II, Lothair, Otto I)

I

Induno, Gerolamo (1827–90) 268

Innocenzo da Petralia, Fra’ (17C) 224

Isola del Piano 276

Iulia Cuprensis, Roman town 166, 167

J

Jacobello di Bonomo (fl. 1385–early 15C)

178

Jacobello del Fiore (1380–1439) 8, 178,

177, 288, 290, 293

Jacometti brothers (16C–17C) 234

Jacopo da Cingoli (13C) 87, 88

James of the Marches, St 54, 165

Jesi 36–40

Jews, Jewish 24, 189, 226, 227, 240, 292,

314, 327, 329, 357

Joan II, Queen of Naples 137

John II, King of Naples 137

Joos van Ghent (fl. 1471–80) 308

Joseph of Cupertino, St 232

Julius Caesar 264

Julius II, pope 248

K

Kostabi, Mark (b. 1960) 170

L

Labruzzi, Pietro (1739–1805) 42

Lago di Cingoli 89

Lago di Gerosa 197

Lago Pilato 130, 132, 136

Lamoli 323

Lanci, Pompilio (16C) 311

Lapedona 191

Lapis, Gaetano (1706–76) 328

Latini, Giambattista (19C) 110

Laurana, Luciano (1420–79) 240, 290, 304,

308, 308

Lazzarini, Giannandrea (1710–1801) 286,

I291

Lear, Edward 159

Lejeune, Pierre (18C) 215

Leo, St 335; (sarcophagus of) 337

Leo X, pope 303

Leopardi, Giacomo 225, 229; (monument

to) 226

Licini, Osvaldo (1894–1958) 101, 152, 188,

195

Ligabue, Antonio (1899–1965) 208

Lilli, Andrea (fl. 1571–1631) 19, 23, 90,

185, 265

Lincoln, Abraham 357

Lombard, Lombards 7, 36, 74, 86, 91, 93,

143, 148, 178, 195, 215, 264, 272,

303, 320; (necropolis) 156

Lonzini, fig sweetmeats 164

Lorenzo d’Alessandro (fl. 1462–1503) 8, 75,

113, 116, 133, 250

Loretello 253

Loreto 220–252

Loro Piceno 121

Lothair I, emperor 178

Lothair II, emperor 13

Lothair III, emperor 295

Lotto, Lorenzo (1480–1556) 8, 39–40,

224–25, 227; (Annunciation) 227, 228;

(Assumption, Ancona) 19; (Assumption,

Mogliano) 122; (Crucifixion) 212, 213;

(Madonna of the Rosary) 87; (Pala

dell’Alabarda) 20, 21; (St Lucy) 40, 41

Loves, Matteo (17C) 269

Luca di Tommè (fl. 1356–95) 322

Lunano 347

M

Macchie 118

Macerata 98–105

Macerata Feltria 342–33

Macereto, sanctuary of 131

Madonna dell’Ambro, sanctuary 136

Maestà 119

Maestro di Offida (late 14C) 153, 163, 191

Maestro di Staffolo (15C) 45, 57

Maestro di Verucchio (fl. early 14C) 306

Maestro Zocchino345

Magini, Carlo (1720–1806) 267, 269

de Magistris family 114

Magistris, Andrea Francesco de (fl. 1529–55)

133, 212

Magistris, Giovanni Francecsco de (fl.

1529–55) 77

Magistris, Simone de (1534–1612) 54, 76,

77, 111, 116, 118, 135, 161, 163, 188,

197

Maiolati Spontini 44

Maiolo 339

Maire, Christopher 130

Malatesta family 36, 249, 264, 267, 284,

335, 346, 361; (houses of) 266; (tombs

of) 269

Malatesta, Giovanni 267, 294

Malatesta, Malatesta 267

Malatesta, Malatestino 264, 267, 268

Malatesta, Paolo 267, 294

Malatesta, Sigismondo Pandolfo 241, 267,

269, 355

Maltignano 159

Mancini, Antonio (1852–1930) 268

Mancini, Francesco (1679–1750) 102, 102,

321

Mancini, Luigi (19C) 38

Mandracchio 41

Manfred of Hohenstaufen, king 117, 226

Mantegna, Andrea (1431–1506) 227

Manzù, Giacomo (1908–91) 101, 208

Maratta, Carlo (1625–1713) 29, 100, 193,

310, 329

Marchetti, Filippo 70

Marecchia river 335

Marecchia valley 338ff

Mariani, Cesare (1826–1901) 145

Marinus, St 335, 355, 361

Maritime Pentapolis 13, 240, 253, 264, 284

Maron, St 207

Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (1439–1502)

8, 38, 244, 273, 275, 304, 308, 311, 318,

320, 328, 338, 340, 342, 346, 347

Martinozzi family 268

Maso di Bartolomeo (1406–56) 304, 310

Mastroianni, Umberto (1910–98) 43

Massa Fermana 188

Massa Trabaria, forest of 322–23

Massignano 190

Matelica 74–76

Maurentius, St 273

Mauruzi, Nicolò 107, 108, 110

Mazza, Giuseppe (1653–1741) 291

Melozzo da Forlì (1438–94) 222

Mengaroni, Ferruccio (d. 1925) 288

Mercatello sul Metauro 322

Mercatino Conca 342

Merlini, Orlando (16C) 57

Messina, Francesco (1900–95) 276, 359

Metauro river 263

Metauro valley 320ff

Michelucci, Giovanni (1891–1990) 360

Miliani, Pietro, paper maker 55

Milione, Vincenzo (fl. mid-18C) 163

Misa valley 245–47

Mogliano 122–23

Moie 42

Mombaroccio 295–96

Monachesi, Sante (1910–91) 101

Mondavio 244–45

Mondolfo 270

Monsampolo del Tronto 164

Monsano 42

Montale 254

Montalto delle Marche 194

Montappone 188

Montarice 229

Monte Ascensione 156

Monte Catria 329

Monte Cerignone 343

Monte Giberto 193

Monte Illuminato, Convento di 347

Monte Nerone 327

Monte Roberto 44

Monte San Bartolo 293

Monte San Giusto 212

Monte San Martino 122

Monte San Pietrangeli 186

Monte San Vito 42

Monte Sibilla 136

Monte Vidon Corrado 188

Montebello 277

Montecarotto 43

Montecassiano 93

Montecopiolo 343

Montecosaro 209

Montecosaro Scalo 208

Montedinove 195

Montefalcone Appennino 197

Montefano 230

Montefeltro, region 335ff

Montefeltro family 303, 335, 346

Montefeltro, Federico da 8, 249, 272, 274,

297, 303, 310, 317, 336, 336; (apartment

of) 308–09; (tomb of) 314

Montefeltro, Guido Antonio da 355

Montefeltro, Guidubaldo da 272, 303, 342;

(tomb of) 314

Montefiore dell’Aso 190–91

Montefiorentino, convent of 344–45

Montefortino 135

Montegallo 137

Montegiardino (S. Marino) 362

Montegiorgio 187–88

Montegranaro 186

Montegrimano Terme 342

Montelabbate 295

Monteleone di Fermo 195–96

Montelparo 195

Montelupone 215

Montemaggiore al Metauro 271–72

Montemarciano 40

Montemonaco 136

Monteprandone 164

Monterado 243

Monterubbiano 192

Montessori, Maria 42

Montottone 193

Morandi, Giorgio (1890–1964) 101, 208,

276

Morelli, Cosimo (1732–1812) 101, 180, 274

Moresco 191–92

Moretta (coffee) 282

Moretti, Marco (20C) 208

Morettini, organ makers (19C) 193

Morgan, J. Pierpoint 147

Morganti, Pompeo (16C) 91

Morro d’Alba 246

Morrovalle 210

Moscosi 89

Mount Conero 25

Museums (specialist):

Adriatic fish 169

Ancient weapons 165

Art in danger 346

‘Artisans on Wheels’ 195

Avifauna 133, 135

Beltrami 92

Biroccio farm carts 91

Caricature 107

Carriage 100

Museums (specialist) contd.

Ceramics 110

Charcoal burners 322

Children’s paintings 197

Corridoni, Filippo 212

Emigranti (S. Marino) 359

Ferrari (S. Marino) 361

Fishing 170

Footwear 185

Fossils 60, 134, 197, 327

Garibaldi (S. Marino) 360

Gigli, Beniamino 227

Gothic Line 346

Hammer 133

Illustrazione Comica 167

Mail Art 43

Mathematics 341

Mezzadria (Share-croppers) 243

Morbidelli 292

Musei Minimi 341

Musical instruments 234

Napoleonic 107

Natural dyes 323

Natural History 152

Natural Sciences 182

Omero (for the blind) 24

Pergola Bronzes 250

Polar 182

Poor Clares 246

Postal Images 246

Radios (old models) 343

Resistenza 25, 116

Risorgimento 234

Rossini 286

Scientific instruments 292, 311

Ships’ fittings 285

Sidecar 89

Spontini, Gaspare 44

Stonemasonry 276

Straw-working 166

Trotting 207

Wine 45

Wine labels 47

World Wars 121

Via Flaminia 328

Mussolini, Benito 295

Murat, Joachim 106, 112

N

Nacchini, Pietro (18C) 43, 185, 215

Nanni di Bartolo (fl. 1419–51) 107, 109

Napoleon 7, 17, 19, 36, 51, 284, 294,-

295, 312, 320, 346; (purloins artworks)

114, 221, 269, 289, 291, 292, 310; (and

‘Republic of Rome’) 9, 303; (and Treaty of

Tolentino) 106, 107; (fall of) 13

Nature reserves (see Parks)

Nelli, Ottaviano (fl. 1375–1444) 311

Nespolo, Ugo (b. 1941) 170

Nicholas IV, pope 147

Nicholas of Tolentino, St 107, 110, 111, 112

Nidastore 253

Nobili, Durante (?1508–?78) 122, 123, 188

Novafeltria 339

Novilara 284, 292–93; (finds from) 291

Numana 28–29

Nuzi, Allegretto (1315–73) 53, 53, 54, 56,

76, 78, 89, 102

O

Oasi Ripabianca 40

Oddi, Muzio (1569–1639) 53, 241

Offagna 25

Offida 162–63

Omphalos, the 118–19

Oratorio di San Gaetano 311

Orciano di Pesaro 276

Orlandi, Bartolomeo, Fr 244

Orsini, Felice 196

Orsini, Giorgio (d. 1475) 19, 20, 23

Osimo 231–34

Ostra Vetere, Roman town 247

Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor 208, 335, 338

Ottoni family 74, 76

P

Paci, Antonio, Vincenzo and Giovanni (19C)

145, 291

Paderna (S. Marino) 361

Pagani, Lattanzio (1515–1602) 192

Pagani, Vincenzo (1490–1568) 92, 101–02,

118, 133, 161, 165, 167, 168, 169, 188,

192, 309

Palazzo 254

Palazzo Ducale (Urbino) 304–09

Pallone al bracciale 103

Pallotta family 116

Palm Riviera 166ff

Palma Giovane (Jacopo di Antonio Negretti

1544–1628) 185, 224, 242, 290, 318

Palmezzano, Marco (1456–1539) 76

Pandolfi, Gian Giacomo (?1570–?1650) 290

Panfili, Pio (1723–1812) 180

Pannaggi, Ivo (1901–81) 20, 100, 101

Paolo and Francesca (see Malatesta, Paolo)

Paolo Veneziano (fl. 1333–62) 78, 288

Paolo da Visso (15C) 131

Papal States 7, 9, 37, 61, 74, 117, 143, 284,

317, 335; (under Napoleon) 9; (end of)

234, 241

Parchiule 323

Parco Naturale (see Parks)

Pardo, Vito (1872–1933) 234

Parks and nature reserves:

Conero 26

Gola del Furlo 323

Gola della Rossa-Frasassi 57

Monte Catria 329

Monte San Bartolo 293

Monte Sibillini 132

Rossa-Frasassi 57

Sasso Simone and Simoncello 344

Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola; 1503–40)

224

Passo 296

Pasti, Matteo de’ (15C) 268

Paul II, pope 221

Pausulae, Roman city 211

Pedaso 184

Peglio 320

Penna San Giovanni 121

Pennabilli 340–41

Pergola 248–50

Pergola Bronzes 250; (copies of) 19

Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista 38, 39

Perugino (Pietro Vannucci; 1445–1523) 135,

222, 243, 266, 328

Peruzzi, Cesare (1894–1995) 165

Pesaro 284–92

Pesaro pottery 275, 289, 289

Peter Damian, St 64

Petrella Guidi 340

Petriano 297

Petriccio 324

Petritoli 193

Philip the Fair, king of France 161

Piandimeleto 347

Picchi, Giorgio (1550/60–1605) 311, 322

Picene, Picenes 6, 10, 13, 51, 78, 106, 143,

164, 178, 189, 207, 215, 284; (tombs and

artefacts) 18, 27, 29, 44, 76, 80, 148,

163, 166, 192, 291

Piergentile da Matelica (fl. 1515–30) 54,

252, 254

Piermarini, Giuseppe (1734–1808) 75

Piero della Francesca (1415/20–92) 243,

308, 314; (Flagellation) 306, 308

Pierosara 58

Pietrarubbia 343

Pietro Alemanno (fl. 1470–98) 117, 118,

133, 135, 157, 159, 163

Pietro da Cortona (1596–1669) 340

Pietro da Rimini (fl. early 14C) 108, 193,

320

Pinturicchio (Bernardino di Betto; c.

1454–1513) 78, 328

Piobbico 325–27

Pioraco 72

Piranesi, Giovanni Battista (1720–78) 233

Pisano, Nicola (c. 1220–84) 180

Pisaurum, Roman town 284

Pit-matured cheese 339

Piticchio 254

Pitinum Pisaurense, Roman town 343

Pius II, pope 355

Pius VI, pope 9, 106, 107, 221, 338

Pius VI1, pope 89

Pius IX, pope 234, 241, 242

Podesti, Francesco (1800–95) 19, 22

Poggetto 76

Polenta, Francesca da 294

Polisia, Christian convert 145, 156

Pollentia, Roman city 93

Pollenza 93

Polverigi 25

Pomarancio 224, 229

Pomarancio (1552–1626) 40, 44, 78, 185,

188, 209, 211, 224, 229, 290

Pomodoro, Arnaldo (b. 1926) 20, 285, 343

Pomodoro, Giò (1930–2003) 20, 277

Ponte del Diavolo 112

Ponte Mallio 328

Pontelli, Baccio (1450–95) 37, 162, 165,

222, 240, 243, 277, 308

Porto Recanati 230

Porto San Giorgio 183

Porto Sant’Elpidio 183

Portonovo 26

Potentia, Roman city 230

Potenza Picena 212–14

Preti, Mattia (?1613–99) 56

R

Raffaellino del Colle (1480–1566) 317, 321

Ragazzini, Giovanni Battista (?1520–89) 270

Ramazzani, Ercole (1536–98) 38, 61, 63, 76,

242, 245, 251, 253, 271

Rancia, Castello della 112

Rapaché, Count 341

Raphael (Raffaello Santi or Sanzio;

1483–1520) 8, 225, 266, 277, 285, 296,

297, 308–09, 309, 317; (birthplace of)

312; (monument to) 312

Ravenna 13

Recanati 225–29

Renacavata, convent of 72

Reni, Guido (1575–1642) 269, 288, 321

Retrosi, Emilio (19C) 357

Ribera, Jusepe de (1588–1652) 90, 230

Ricci, Andrea and Filippo (18C) 189

Ricci, Father Matteo 100

Ridolfi, Claudio (1570–1644) 38, 62, 244,

253, 273, 274, 311, 312, 321, 322, 328

Ripatransone 167–68

Ripe 243

Robbia, Ambrogio della (15C–16C) 215

Robbia, Giovanni della (15C–16C) 252

Robbia, Luca della (1399/1400–1482) 304,

310

Robbia, Mattia della (15C–16C) 72, 93, 252

Rocca d’Ajello 80

Rocca Contrada (see Arcevia)

Rocca di Monte Varmine 191

Rocca degli Ottoni 76–77

Rocca Pratiffi 340

Rocca Priora 40

Rocca da Varano 72

Rome, Romans 6, 36, 61, 69, 78, 85, 86,

119, 143, 178, 186, 189, 190, 192, 197

215, 231, 240, 263, 271, 322, 335

Roman art and architecture, monuments of

11, 12, 119, 18, 63, 152, 155, 167, 179,

181, 231, 234, 248, 265, 269, 292, 311,

323, 324, 328, 341, 342

Roman towns and cities (Asculum) 153;

(Auximum) 231; (Faleria) 189; (Forum

Sempronii) 272, 275, 276; (Helvia Ricina)

103; (Iulia Cuprensis) 167; (Ostra Vetere)

247; (Pausulae) 211; (Pisaurum) 284;

(Pitinum Pisaurense) 343; (Pollentia) 93);

(Potentia) 230; (Sena Gallica) 242;

(Sentinum) 61, 62, 63; (Septempeda) 78,

79, 80; (Suasa) 247–48; (Tiphernum

Mataurense) 320, 321; (Tolentinum) 106;

(Trea) 92; (Truentum) 169; (Urbs Salvia)

118, 119, 120

Romanesque art and architecture 7–8;

(notable examples of) 26, 88, 90, 93, 131,

137, 149, 193, 197, 233

Romogni, Vettor (18C) 288

Romuald, St 52, 64

Rondelli, Francesco Antonio (1759–1848)

311

Rondolino, Il (Terenzi, Terenzio;

1575–1621) 271

Rosa, Salvatore (1615–73) 75, 230

Rosa-Frassassi park (see Parks)

Rossini, Gioacchino 286, 291, 292; (house

of) 286

Rosso Fiorentino (Giovanni Battista de’

Rossi; 1494–1540) 230

della Rovere family 272, 273, 284, 303, 313,

335

Rovere Guidubaldo II della 313

Rovere, Francesco Maria I della 36, 64, 244,

293, 294, 303, 313; (tomb of) 311

Rovere, Francesco Maria II della 240, 241,

273, 313, 317; (tomb of) 318

Rovere, Giovanni della 243

Rovere, Giuliano della (see Julius II)

Rovere, Guidubaldo II della 241

Rovere, Livia della 247, 251, 313, 318, 319

Rovere, Vittoria della 310, 318, 319

Rubens, Sir Peter Paul (1577–1640) 18, 177

Rufino, St 135

Rufus, St 246

S

S. Angelo in Piano, ruins of 191

S. Bernardino degli Zoccolanti (Urbino) 314

S. Biagio, crypt of 64

S. Ciriaco (Ancona) 16–18, 16

S. Claudio al Chienti 210, 210–11

S. Croce al Chienti 185–86

S. Croce dei Conti, abbey of 63

S. Croce di Fonte Avellana, monastery 64

SS. Crocifisso, sanctuary of 92

S. Emidio (Ascoli) 145

S. Emidio alle Grotte (Ascoli Piceno) 156,

156

S. Esuperanzio (Cingoli) 88–89

S. Firmano, abbey of 215

S. Giorgio all’Isola 197

S. Giusto 72

S. Igne, convent of 338

S. Marco alle Paludi 183

S. Maria della Castellaretta 45

S. Maria di Chiaravalle di Fiastra 120–21

S. Maria della Fede 191

S. Maria del Glorioso 80

S. Maria Mater Domini 193

S. Maria a piè di Chienti 208–09, 209

S. Maria della Pieve 80

S. Maria di Portonovo 26

S. Maria di Rambona 93

S. Maria della Rocca (Offida) 163–64

S. Maria delle Vergini 103

S. Martino, abbey 167

S. Nicola (Tolentino) 107, 108, 109

SS. Rufino e Vitale, abbey of 134

S. Tommaso in Foglia, abbey of 295

S. Urbano, abbey of 90

S. Vincenzo al Furlo 324

S. Vittore alle Chiuse 58, 59, 90

Sacchi, Andrea (1599–1661) 55

Sacconi, Giuseppe (1854–1905) 145, 194

Sale, Antoine de la 130

Salimbeni, Jacopo (fl. 1416–27) 78, 79, 79,

313

Salimbeni, Lorenzo (b. 1374) 56, 78, 79, 79,

313, 322, 118

Saltara 271

San Benedetto del Tronto 169–70

San Cassiano al Pitino 343

San Costanzo 270

San Ginesio 116

San Lazzaro 276

San Leo 337–38

San Lorenzo in Campo 248

San Marcello 246

San Marino, republic of 355ff

San Maroto 72

San Paolo di Jesi 44

San Pietro 254

San Severino Marche 77–80

Sangallo, Antonio da, the Younger

(1483–1546) 23, 224, 270

Sansovino, Andrea (?1460–1529) 182, 223,

226

Sansovino, Jacopo (1486–1570) 268, 270

Sant’Agata Feltria 340

Sant’Angelo in Pontano 121

Sant’Angelo in Vado 320–22

Sant’Elpidio a Mare 184–85

Sant’Ippolito 276

Santa Casa (Loreto) 221, 222

Santa Maria La Nuova 42

Santa Vittoria in Matenano 196

Santi, Giovanni (1435–94) 266, 267, 276,

291, 296, 312, 345

Sarnano 133

Sarti, Antonino (17C) 46, 233

Sasso Simone and Simoncello Park (see

Parks)

Sassocorvaro 346

Sassofeltrio 342

Sassoferrato 60–63

Sassoferrato, Il (Giovanni Battista Salvi;

1609–85) 62, 62, 100, 227

Sassu, Aligi (1912–2000) 20, 116

Scalabroni, William 130

Schayck, Ernst van (fl. 1567–1631) 44, 92

Scipione da Matelica (17C) 54

Scoccianti, Andrea (1640–1700) 46, 89

Sebastiani, Sebastiano (fl. 1593–1626) 168

Sebastiano del Piombo (Sebastiano Luciani;

1485–1587) 88, 89

Seitz, Ludovico (1844–1908) 224

Sena Gallica, Roman city 242

Senigallia 241–43

Sentinum, Roman city 61, 63; (battle of) 61;

(finds from) 62

Seppio 74

Septempeda, Roman city 78, 79, 80; (finds

from) 80

Sergiacomi, Aldo (1912–94) 162

Serra de’ Conti 246

Serra di Maiolo 340

Serra Sant’Abbondio 63

Serra San Quirico 60

Serrapetrona 112–13, 113

Serravalle (S. Marino) 360

Serravalle di Carda 327

Serravalle di Chienti 72

Serrungarina 271

Servigliano 188

Severini, Gino (1883–1966) 152, 276

Severinus, St 79, 80

Sferisterio (Macerata) 102

Sforza family 36, 251, 284, 294

Sforza, Francesco 43, 51, 98, 164, 166, 168,

178, 179, 192, 211, 249

Sibylline Mountains 129ff

Sicels 13, 28, 231

Signorelli, Luca (1441–1523) 222, 251

Sirani, Elisabetta (1638–65) 230, 358

Sirolo 26–27, 27

Sixtus V, pope 177, 194, 220, 221;

(monument to) 222

Sixtus V1, pope 78

Smerillo 197

Social War 143, 153

Solario, Antonio (15C–16C) 232

Sortino, Gaetano (18C) 99

Spazzapan, Luigi (1889–1958) 100

Spelonga 130, 137

Spinetoli 164

Spontini, Gaspare 39, 44

Staffolo 45

Stamira, heroine of Ancona 24

Stark, James (1794–1859) 168

Stefano da Verona (1374–1438) 192

Stefanucci, Donatello (20C) 86

Stomer, Matthias (1600–50) 110

Stuart, Charles Edward 101

Suasa, Roman town 247–48; (finds from)

248

Sulaym, Abd Allah ibn (8C) 211

Swabians 36, 74

T

Talamello 338–39

Tamburi, Orfeo (1910–95) 20, 43, 63, 208

Tavernelle 271

Tavoleto 345–46

Tavullia 295

Tedeschi, Pietro (1750–1805) 290

Templars, kinghts 137, 149, 160, 161, 192,

195, 253, 266

Tenna river 184ff

Tharolis, Bianca de, heroine of Ripatransone

168

Thomas à Becket, St, chasuble of 181, 181

Tibaldi, Pellegrino (1527–96) 18, 19, 24, 99,

185

Tiepolo, Giambattista (1696–1770) 70

Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727–1804) 224

Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti; 1518–94) 103

Tiphernum Mataurense, Roman town 320,

321

Tito, Ettore (1859–1941) 268

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio

c. 1488–1576) 22, 309

Tolentino 106–12

Tolentino, treaty of 106, 107

Tolentinum, Roman city 106

Torre di Palme 184

Tosi, Arturo (1871–1956) 276

Totila, king of the Goths 7, 79

Trajan, emperor 11, 13, 103

Trasi, Ludovico (1834–94) 147, 149

Trea, Roman city 92

Trini, Giovanni (16C) 182

Tronto valley 159ff

Truentum, Roman city 169

Truffles 320, 325

U

Ubaldini, Ottaviano 346

Uccello, Paolo (1396/7–1475) 308

Unterberger, Christopher (1732–98) 101,

310

Urban IV, pope 7

Urban VIII, pope 317

Urbania 317–20

Urbino 8, 303ff

Urbisaglia 119

Urbs Salvia, Roman city 118, 119, 120;

(finds from) 119

Ussita 131

V

Val di Castro, abbey of 57

Valadier, Giuseppe (1762–1839) 58, 92,

186, 211, 310

Valdragone (S. Marino) 360

Valentin de Boulogne (1594–1632) 90

Valentini, Walter 250

Vannini, Pietro (1413–96) 160

Vanvitelli, Luigi (1700–73) 8, 11, 19, 23, 40,

102, 222, 224, 229, 269, 291, 320

da Varano family 69, 71, 72, 80, 98, 106,

112, 117, 209

Varano, Giulia da 313

Varano, Giulio da 249

Varlé, Gioacchino (1734–1806) 22, 24, 101,

180, 215

Vedova, Emilio (b. 1919) 100, 152

Venantius, St 71

Venanzio da Camerino (fl. 1518–30) 54,

252, 254

Venice, Venetian 13, 178, 240

Vergelli, Tiburzio (16C) 70

Via Flaminia 6, 263, 271, 275, 284, 323,

324, 328

Via Salaria 6, 137, 152, 154, 159

Vici family, architects (18C) 254

Vici, Arcangelo (18C) 87

Victoria, St 196

Villa Barrucchello 183

Villa Bonaparte 184

Villa Buonaccorsi 214, 214

Villa Caprile 292

Villa Imperiale 293

Villa Potenza 103

Villagrande 343

Visconti family 77, 108, 178, 179, 336

Visso 131

Viti, Timoteo (1465–1523) 311, 312

Vitruvius (1C BC) 264, 269

Vivarini, Alvise (15C) 306

Vivarini, Antonio and Bartolomeo (15C)

233, 343

Viviani, Antonio (1560–1620) 54, 313

W

Webb, James (1825–95) 168

Wine, general 372

Lacrima di Morro d’Alba 246

Rosso Piceno 29, 166, 210, 247

Verdicchio 40, 45, 46, 74, 247

Vernaccia 113

Vinsanto 320

Winther, Johann 130

Z

Zoppo, Marco (1433–78) 288

Zuccari, Federico (1542–1609) 23, 273,

311, 321, 328

Zuccari, Taddeo (1529–66) 312

 

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A

Abruzzo 369ff

Acaia 511

Acciaroli 279

Acerenza 298

Acquamorta 145

Acquaviva delle Fonte 472

Acquaviva family 476, 477

Acton, Sir Harold 38

Acton, Sir John 24, 40

Aecae, 431

Aemilius Paullus, Lucius 443

Aeneas, Aeneid 141, 146, 281, 517

Aesernium 391

Agathocles of Syracuse 327

Agnano Terme 136

Agnone 388, 392

Agrippa 141, 144

Agrippina, mother of Nero 141, 142

Agropoli 279

Ahenobarbus, L. Domitius 400

Ajello, Antonio (16C) 307

Alari Bonacolsi, Pier Jacopo (see Antico)

Alaric, Gothic leader 331

Alba Fucens 403–04

Albacini, Carlo (1777–1858) 81

Albanian colonies 293, 324

Alberobello 477–78

Alexander, King of Epirus 310

Alfano, Andrea (1879–1967) 323

Alfedena 392

Alfonso dell’Acaia, Baron 512

Alfonso I of Aragon (‘the Magnanimous’) 21,

25, 36, 54, 406, 513, 515; (buildings

commissioned by) 49, 231

Alfonso II of Aragon 36, 299; (tomb of) 56

Altamura 461–63

Altamura, Francesco Saverio (1826–97) 112,

429

Altomonte 324

Alvino, Enrico (1809–72) 68, 121, 245

Amalfi 16–17, 17, 238, 245–48, 249

Amalfi Coast 237ff

Amantea 329

Amedeo VI, Count of Savoy 389

Amiternum 416

Ampollino, lake 336

Anacapri (see Capri)

Anacletus II, antipope 266

Andersen, Hans Christian 225

Andrano 517

Andrea da Firenze (early 15C) 71

Andrea da Salerno (Andrea Sabatini;

1480–1545) 46, 67, 111, 249, 251, 259,

260, 279, 282

Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) 99

Andrew of Hungary 36, 58, 153; (tomb of)

70

Andrew, St 247

Andria 441–42

Angeleri, Pietro (see Celestine V)

Angevin (see Anjou)

Angri 254

Anjou, house of 20–21, 35–36, 58, 283,

444

Anselm, St 392, 452

Anthony Abbot, St 240

Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi;

1460–1528) 104

Antonello da Messina (c.1430–79) 355, 356

Antonio di Giovanni d’Enrico 413

Anversa degli Abruzzi 399

Aphrodite of Capua 83–84

Aphrodite Sosandra 84

Aprigliano 336

Apulia (ancient) 9, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 427

(see also Puglia)

Apulian Romanesque 18, 387, 455; (Bari)

455, 456; (Barletta) 440; (Bisceglie) 447;

(Bitonto) 450; (Matera) 300; (Ruvo)

449–50; (Trani) 444–47

Aquinas, St Thomas 60

Aragon, house of 21–23, 36 (see also Spain)

Archytas, mathematician 480

Arco Felice 146–47

Arcos, duke of 23

Arcucci family 216

Ariano Irpino 265

Aristoxenes, Greek writer 480

Armanino da Modena (13C) 411

Arpi 428, 429

Artemis of Ephesus 82

Ascoli Satriano 14, 429

Asculum 14

Aspromonte 349, 357–59 (battle of) 357,

358, 359

Assergi 415

Astarita, Giuseppe (17C) 124

Atella 296

Atessa 378

Atrani 249

Atri 371

Aufidena 392

Augustus, emperor 147, 215, 230, 507

Auria, Giovanni Domenico de (16C) 55, 61

Austria, Austrians 23, 24, 25, 41, 42, 357,

358, 432

Avellino 266–67

Avernus, Lake (Averno) 141

Aversa 153

Avetrana 511

Avezzano 402–03

Avitabili, Antonio (17C–18C) 457

B

Baboccio da Piperno, Jacopo (fl. 1442–50)

260

Baboccio, Antonio (1351–c.1435) 68

Bacoli 143–44

Badalocchio, Sisto (1585–c.1619) 105

Badia Morronese 399

Badoglio, General Pietro 416, 495

Baedeker, Karl 29

Bagnara Calabra 350

Bagnoli 147

Baia (Baiae) 142–43

Balla, Giacomo (1871–1958) 112

Bandinelli, Baccio (1493–1560) 104

Banzi 297

Barba, Gaetano (1730–1806) 287

Barba, Nuzzo (15C–16C) 476

Barbarossa (see Kheir-ed Din)

Barbarossa, Emperor Frederick 19

Bari 17, 18, 19, 451–61

Barile 293

Barisano da Trani (late 12C) 250, 444

Barletta 439–41

Baroque towns (Lecce) 501ff; (Martina

Franca) 479

Barra, Didier (1590–1644) 118

Bartoli, Amerigo (1890–1971) 496

Basil II, emperor 291, 309

Basilicata 291ff

Basilio, sculptor (11C) 457

Bedeschini, Giulio Cesare (17C) 413

Behring, Emil von 215

Belisarius, general 16, 33

Bellini, Giovanni (c.1435–1516) 101, 458

Belvedere Marittimo 320

Benedetto da Maiano (1442–97) 46, 56

Benevento 14, 15, 16, 17, 262–65; (battle

of) 34, 263

Bentinck, Sir William 41

Berkeley, George 167, 232

Bernardino del Moro (early 16C) 61

Bernardino of Siena, St 406, 410

Bernini, Pietro (1562–1629) 48, 77, 115,

116, 123, 323

Bertini, Giovanni (14C) 57

Bertini, Pacio (14C) 57

Bertoja (Jacopo Zanguidi; mid-16C) 104

Beuckelaer, Joachim (c.1530–74) 105

Bianchi, Pietro (1694–1740) 75

Biancour, Martin (master gardener; 18C) 157

Bibiena, Giovanni Maria (Giovanni Maria

Galli da Bibiena; 1625–65) 74

Bidauld, Jean Joseph Xavier (1758–1846)

106

Bisceglie 447

Bisignano 324

Bitetto 461

Bitonto 450–51

Bizamano, Donato (16C) 458

Boccaccio, Giovanni 21, 35 65

Bohemond, tomb of 442

Bohigas, Oriol (b. 1925) 259

Bojano 391

Boldini, Giovanni (1842–1931) 112

Bomba 378

Bombile, Santuario di 362

Bominaco 405

Bonaparte, Joseph 24, 41

Boniface IX, pope 518

Bonito, Giuseppe (1707–89) 155, 460

Bonocore, Michelangelo (fl. early 18C) 413

Bordone, Paris (1500–71) 458

Borghese, Ippolito (early 17C) 285

Bosco di Monticchio 293

Boscoreale 166

Botticelli, Sandro (Alessandro Filipepi

1445–1510) 101

Bottiglieri, Matteo (1684–1757) 64

Bourbon 149, 452

Bourbon, house of 23–26, 38–43, 281, 370,

419, 480, 502

Bourdichon, Jean (1457–1521) 116

Bovalino Superiore 362–63

Bovianum 391

Braccio Fortebraccio 406

Bramantino (Bartolomeo Suardi; 1455–1536)

60

Brancaccio, Salvatore 284

Brancaccio, Salvatore (mid-19C) 284

Brattirò 346

Briatico 344

Brindisi 17, 416, 495–98

Briosco, Andrea (Il Riccio; 1470–1532) 104

Bronze Age, major sites and finds 463, 487

Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo Tori; 1503–72)

103

Brueghel, Pieter the Elder (c.1525–69) 105

Brunati, Luigi (20C) 496

Bruno, St 346, 347, 348

Bruttians, Bruttian 13, 310, 327, 331

Brutus, Marcus Junius 32, 122

Brydone, Patrick 29

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward 194

Buonalbergo 265

Buono, Silvestro (16C) 240

Byzantine, Byzantium 16, 17, 18, 19, 33,

135, 151, 307, 335, 452, 480, 502, 513;

(art and architecture) 46, 150, 151, 325,

360, 377, 431, 448, 455, 482, 514, 514

C

Caccavello, Annibale (c.1515–79) 55, 61

Caccini, Giovan Battista (1556–1613) 115

Caggiano, Antonio 267

Calabria 9, 18, 27, 319ff

Calanna 359

Caldara, Domenico (19C) 429

Calì, Antonio (19C) 75

Calì, Gennaro (1799–1887) 241

Caligula, emperor 142

Calvi Risorta 151

Camigliatello Silano 334

Cammarano, Giuseppe (1766–1850) 75,

107, 155

Cammarano, Michele (1835–1920) 112

Campanella, Tommaso 359

Campania 10, 15, 135ff

Campi Salentina 511

Campidoglio (Scala) 253

Campigli, Massimo (1895–1971) 460

Campli 418

Campo Imperatore 415, 416

Campobasso 388–89

Campochiaro 391

Camuccini, Vincenzo (1771–1844) 106, 108

Canevari, Antonio (1681–1750) 209

Cannae 14, 443; (battle of) 442, 443; (finds

from) 441

Canosa di Puglia 442–43, 455

Canova, Antonio (1757–1822) 75, 230

Cantalupo del Sannio 391

Canusium, ancient town 442

Capestrano 374, 404

Capitanata, region 429

Capo Miseno 144

Capo Santa Maria di Leuca 517

Capo Vaticano 348

Capodimonte porcelain 48, 107, 108, 119,

370

Capraia (see Tremiti Islands)

Capri 214–28

Anacapri 222–25

Arco Naturale 217

Baths of Tiberius 214

Belvedere Cannone 216

Blue Grotto 224–25

Capri town 215–16

Casa Rossa 223

Certosa di San Giacomo 216, 217

Damecuta 224

Faraglioni 225

Grotta Bianca 225

Grotta di Matromania 217

Grotta Verde 225

Monte Solaro 224

Palazzo a Mare 214, 215

Punta di Tragara 217

S. Costanzo 215

S. Michele (church) 223, 223

S. Michele (villa) 222–23

S. Stefano 216

Salto di Tiberio 220

Scala Fenicia 222

Torre di Materita 224

Via Krupp 217

Villa Jovis 216, 220–21

Capua 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 149–50, 295

Capurso 471

Caracciolo, Battistello (c.1578–1635) 47, 54,

55, 114, 116, 117, 124

Caracciolo, Sergianni 71

Carafa family 60, 70, 122, 261, 299, 360;

(see also Paul IV)

Caramanico Terme 376

Cararo, Pietro (15C) 355

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi;

1571–1610) 47, 70, 110, 111

Cardone, Giovanni Paolo (fl. 1569–86) 411,

413

Carducci, Achille (1644–1712) 501, 507

Carelli, Gabriele (1821–1900) 118

Cargaleiro, Manuel (b. 1927) 245, 254

Cariati 325

Carovigno 500

Carpinone 391

Carracci, Agostino (1557–1602) 105

Carracci, Annibale (1560–1609) 104, 105

Carracci, Ludovico (1555–1619) 105, 464

Carsoli 404

Casal Sabini 463

Casamicciola Terme 232

Casarano 518

Casca Longus, Publius 181

Caserta 25, 154–58, 154

Caserta Vecchia 158

Cassiodorus 329

Castel del Monte 20, 295, 443

Castel di Sangro 379–80

Castel Fiorentino 430

Castellammare di Stabia 211

Castellana Grotte 477

Castellaneta 472

Castelli 417

Castelli majolica 105, 116, 376

Castro 516

Castrovillari 323

Cataldo, St (see Cathal)

Catanzaro 328

Catapanate, Byzantine 17, 452

Cathal, St 482

Catherine of Valois 266

Caulonia 360; (finds from) 355

Cava de’ Tirreni 262

Cavaliere, d’Arpino (Giuseppe Cesari;

1568–1640) 113, 115, 409

Cavallini, Pietro (active c.1270–1330) 46, 73

Cave-churches 303–05 473, 475, 480

Cavour, Camillo 26, 358

Cecita, lake 334

Celano 401–02

Celebrano, Francesco (1729–1814) 62

Celestine V, pope 49, 399, 408, 409, 434,

504

Celico 334

Cercemaggiore 389

Cerignola 443

Cerio, Ignazio 216

Cerro al Volturno 392

Certosa di San Lorenzo (see S. Lorenzo)

Cesura, Pompeo (16C) 413

Cetara 254

Cetraro 321

Challenge of Barletta (see Disfida)

Charles I of Anjou 20, 21, 25, 34, 35–36,

126, 263, 296, 404, 428, 430, 444, 518;

(buildings commissioned by) 49, 55, 65,

68, 211, 433, 484; (tomb of) 68

Charles II of Anjou 21, 36, 430; (buildings

commissioned by) 297, 305, 409, 430

Charles III of Bourbon (Charles VII of

Naples) 25, 38, 39, 74, 75, 98, 100, 119,

154, 197

Charles of Durazzo (Charles III of Naples)

36, 59, 262, 279

Charles V, emperor 22, 37, 49, 108, 283,

346, 398, 512

Charles VIII, King of France 21, 36

Charles, Duke of Calabria 58; (tomb of) 57

Charles Robert, King of Hungary 58

Chelli, Domenico (18C) 74

Chiaiese, Leonardo (fl. mid-18C) 117, 223

Chiarini, Bartolomeo (16C) 124

Chiaromonte 306

Chieti 373–76

Chinard, Phillip (13C) 447

Chiricio, Giorgio de (1888–1978) 460

Cilea, Francesco 349

Cima da Conegliano (Giovanni Battista

Cima; ?1459–1507) 299

Cimarosa, Domenico 153

Cino, Giuseppe (1635–1722) 501, 506

Cirella 320

Città Sant’Angelo 371

Civetta, il (see Herri)

Civitate 18, 429

Civitella Alfedena 397

Civitella del Tronto 419

Claudius, emperor 45, 400

Clement VII, antipope 36, 59

Cleophrades Painter (6C BC) 96

Clodius Pulcher, Publius 161

Clodt, Baron Peter (1805–67) 73

Clovio, Giulio (1498–1578) 104

Cocceius Auctus, Lucius (1C BC) 121, 137,

141

Cocullo 424

Codazzi, Viviano (c.1603–72) 115

Cola dell’Amatrice (1480–1547) 392, 410,

418

Colantonio, Niccolò Antonio (15C) 46, 109

Colonna, Vittoria 230, 231

Commodus, emperor 215

Conca, Sebastiano (1680–1764) 155

Conforto, Giovanni Giacomo (1569–1630)

77

Conrad of Hohenstaufen 20, 34, 432

Conradin of Hohenstaufen 20, 34, 77, 125,

126, 404; (monument to) 125

Constance de Hauteville 19, 34

Constans II, emperor 430

Conversano 476

Copertino 521–22

Copiae, Roman town 325

Coppola, Giovanni Andrea (1597–1659)

505, 518

Coral fishing 209

Corenzio, Belisario (c.1558–c.1640) 47, 56,

66, 76, 116, 123-124, 430, 512 (tomb of)

123

Corfinio 400

Corfinium 15, 400

Corigliano Calabro 325

Corno Grande 369

Corot, Camille (1796–1875) 350

Corradini, Antonio (1668–1752) 62

Correggio (Antonio Allegri; 1489–1534) 104

Corropoli 369

Corte, Luigi della (19C) 245

Coscile valley 323–24

Cosenza 331–33

Crati valley 324, 330

Crecchio 377

Crispiano 480

Croce, Benedetto 60, 398

Croton 10, 11, 13, 31, 327, 349, 353, 360

Crotone 327

Crusades, First 292

Cumae 10, 13, 31, 145–46

Curia, Francesco (16C–17C) 55

Curius Dentatus, Manius 263

D

D’Annunzio, Gabriele 357, 372

D’Aubigny, le Sieur 149, 349

Daddi, Bernardo (active 1317–50) 101

Dalbono, Edoardo (1841–1915) 118

Dante (Dante Alighieri) 20, 21

Dattoli, Vincenzo (19C) 429

Daunian, Daunians 264, 292, 429, 432, 433,

433, 441

Del Balzo family 61, 442, 461, 479, 499,

521 (see also Orsini)

Delitio, Andrea (active 1430–80) 371, 377,

412

Deserto, convent of 242

Desiderius, Abbot of Monte Cassino 45–46,

151

Diamante 320

Diavolo, Fra’ 330

Dickens, Charles 29

Diefenbach, Karl Wilhelm (1851–1913) 216

Dikaearchia (ancient Pozzuoli) 10, 31, 137

Diodorus Siculus 160

Diomedes, hero of Troy 434, 442

Dionisio di Bartolomeo (fl. late 16C) 66

Dionysius I of Syracuse 13, 351, 360

Disfida di Barletta 441

Dolmens 487, 515, 516

Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri;

1581–1641) 48, 68, 458

Dominic of Foligno, St 424

Dominici, Antonio de (1734–94) 156

Donatello (Donato de’ Bardi; 1386–1466)

46, 64

Doryphorus 83, 179

Dosio, Giovanni Antonio (1533–c.1610) 66,

113, 116, 117

Dossi, Dosso (Giovanni Luteri; 1480–1542)

104

Douglas, Norman 169, 215, 291, 319, 482

Dragut, corsair 216, 229

Dunoy, Alexandre Hyacinthe (1757–1841)

106

E

Eastern Church 18, 151, 452, 519, 521

Eboli 282

Egnathia 485

Elbeuf, Emmanuel, Prince de 197, 208

Elea (Velia) 279–81

Elia, Alessio de (mid-18C) 285

Ennius, Roman poet 508

Epomeo, Mt 229, 232, 233

Erchie 511

Ercolano (modern town) 209

Etruscan, Etruscans 10, 11, 12, 13, 31, 135,

145, 152, 169, 277; (architecture and

remains) 171, 261

F

Fabius Maximus, Quintus (Verrucosus)

480

Fago del Soldato 334

Falernian (see Wine)

Fallascoso 378

Fancelli, Luca (1430–95) 71

Fano Adriano 417

Fanzago, Cosimo (c.1591–1678) 47, 48, 55,

56–57, 61, 65, 68, 71, 77, 108, 113, 114,

118, 120, 122, 347

Fara Filiorum Petri 377

Farnese family 100, 461

Alessandro Farnese (see Paul III)

Alessandro, Duke of Parma 94, 100

Cardinal Alessandro 98, 94, 100, 103

Elisabetta Farnese 98, 100

Ranuccio I 100, 104

Farnese collections (Capodimonte) 98–106;

(sculptures) 79–83; (Farnese Bull) 79–80;

Farnese Hercules 80

Fasano 486

Fattori, Giovanni (1825–1908) 350

Faun, house of (see Pompeii)

Fei, Paolo di Giovanni (d.1411) 69

Ferdinand I of Aragon (Ferrante) 36, 49,

439; (buildings commissioned by) 323,

344, 483, 495

Ferdinand II of Aragon (Ferrandino) 36

Ferdinand of Bourbon (Ferdinand IV and I)

24–25, 38, 39, 41, 42, 49, 75, 154, 156,

157, 158, 215, 324, 435, 452

Ferdinand II, King of the Two Sicilies 25–26,

42, 154

Feriello, Giuseppe (17C) 286

Ferrara, Augusto 225

Fiano d’Avellino (see Wine)

Filangieri, Carlo 42

Filangieri, Gaetano 237

Filangieri, Prince Gaetano 124

Finelli, Vitale (fl. early 17C) 61

Fischetti, Fedele (1734–89) 78, 156, 392

Fiumefreddo Bruzio 330

Floridia, duchess of 25, 77, 119

Foggia 428–29

Foix, Odet de (see Lautrec)

Fontana, Domenico (1543–1607) 68, 75,

123, 168, 180, 247; (tomb of) 56

Foresta Umbra 434

Forster, E.M. 252

Fossacesia 380

Francavilla al Mare 372

Francavilla Fontana 499

France, French (medieval) 20–22, 35, 36,

37, 149, 150, 349, 428, 441

France, French (Napoleonic) 24, 40–42,

215, 222, 243, 320, 329, 330, 350, 480;

(see also Bourbon)

Franceschi, Girolamo 325

Francesco da Montereale (16C) 412, 413

Francesco da Paola, St 321

Francis I, King of France 22, 108, 398

Francis I, King of the Two Sicilies 25, 42

Francis II, King of the Two Sicilies 26, 43

Francis, St 453

Franks 17

Frederick II, emperor 19–20, 34, 123, 230,

291, 292, 294, 296, 331, 332, 369, 398,

400, 406, 428, 430, 439, 452, 453, 461,

471, 496, 526; (buildings commissioned

by) 71, 149, 150, 296, 309, 329, 387,

431; (bas-relief of) 451; (portrait bust of)

441

Frentani, Italic people 387

Frosolone 388

Fucino basin 369

Fucino, lake 400

Fuga, Ferdinando (1699–1781) 48, 66, 74,

76

Fusaro, lake 145

Fusco, Agostino (18C–19C) 323

G

Gabriele d’Agnolo (16C) 55

Gaddi, Taddeo (c.1300–66) 101

Gaeta 16, 26, 43

Gagini, Antonello (son of Domenico;

1478–1536) 330, 337, 343, 348

Gagini, Domenico (c.1420–92) 54

Gagliardelli, Giovan Francesco (active early

16C) 376

Gaizo, Giovanni del (18C) 125

Galante, Francesco (1884–1972) 460

Galatina 519

Galizia, Fedele (1578–1630) 355

Gallipoli 518

Gallo, Giovanni (early 16C) 284

Gamba, Crescenzo della (active mid–late

18C) 117, 157

Gambarie 359

Garbo, Greta 252

Gardella, Ignazio (1905–99) 233

Gargano peninsula 431–34

Gargano, Monte 17 (see also Gargano)

Gargiulo, Domenico (see Micco Spadaro)

Garibaldi, Giuseppe 26, 42–43, 78, 149,

150, 357, 358, 359, 363

Garvi, Paolo de (early 16C) 371

Gemito, Vincenzo (1852–1929) 112, 118

Gennaro, St (see Januarius)

Gentile da Rocca (13C) 412

Gentile, Giovanni 398

Gentileschi, Artemisia (1597–1652) 111

Genuino, Vespasiano (16C) 518

Gerace 362

Gesualdo, Carlo 57, 61

Ghibellines, in southern Italy 20, 430

Giacomo della Porta (?1533–1602) 104, 373

Giambologna (Jean de Boulogne;

1529–1608) 104

Gian Giacomo dell’Acaia (fl. mid-16C) 504,

512

Giaquinto, Corrado (1703–66) 418, 460

Gide, André 252

Gigante, Giacinto (1806–76) 118, 122, 242

Ginosa 472

Gioacchino da Fiore 334, 335, 336

Giocondo, Monna Lisa del 306

Gioffredo, Mario (1718–85) 61, 77

Gioia del Colle 471–72

Gioia Tauro 349

Gioiosa Ionica 360

Giordano, Luca (1632–1705) 48, 61, 64, 66,

67, 68, 70, 73, 76, 111, 116, 120, 124,

125, 229, 332, 418, 459, 460; (tomb of)

77

Giordano, Tommaso 98

Giordano, Umberto 429

Giotto (Giotto di Bondone; 1266/67–1337)

46 (school of) 246, 247, 251

Giovanni da Montorsoli, Fra’ (16C) 121

Giovanni da Nola (c.1488–1558) 48, 54, 55,

56, 61, 65, 72, 123

Giovanni da Taranto (13C) 108

Giovanni da Verona, Fra’ (c.1457–1525) 56

Giovine, Raffaele (early 19C) 120

Gissing, George 327, 328, 332

Giuliano da Maiano (1432–90) 56, 71

Giulianova 370

Giulio Romano (Giulio Pippi; c.1492–1546)

102

Giusti, Salvatore (fl. early 19C) 107

Gliri, Nicola (fl. late 17C) 460

Gnathian ware 429, 463, 486, 496, 507

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 27, 29, 169

Gonzalo de Córdoba, viceroy 21, 36, 349,

443, 480

Gorky, Maxim 215

Gothic art and architecture 284, 324, 331,

405

Goths 16, 33, 135, 237, 452

Goya, Francisco de (1746–1828) 107

Gran Sasso d’Italia 414

Gravina in Puglia 463–64

Gray, Sir James 39

Greco, El (Domenicos Theotokopoulos;

c.1541–1614) 103

Greco, Emilio (1913–95) 411

Greeks in southern Italy, Greek colonies

(general) 9–10, 10–13, 31, 135, 427, 519;

(in Basilicata) 291; (Capri) 215; (Croton)

10, 11, 13, 327; (Cumae) 10, 11, 12, 13,

145; (Dikaearchia) 10, 137; (Elea)

279–81; (Heracleia in Lucania) 14,

309–10; (Heracleia/Herculaneum) 197;

(Hipponion) 343; (Kallipolis) 518; (Laos)

320; (Locri Epizephyrii) 11, 360–62;

(Medma) 349; (Metapontum) 10, 310–12;

(Metauron) 349; (Neapolis) 10, 12, 230;

(Pithecusae) 10, 12, 230, 233;

(Poseidonia) 11, 13, 271; (Rhegion) 10,

351; (Sybaris) 10, 13, 271, 276, 324;

(Taras) 10, 12, 14, 309, 480; (Thurii) 13,

309

Gregory IX, pope 19, 20

Gregory VII, pope 259; (tomb of) 260

Gregory XI, pope 59

Gricci, Giuseppe (1700–70) 107, 119

Grimaldi 76

Grimaldi, Francesco (16C–17C) 66, 68

Grimthorpe, Lord 252

Grotta Azzurra (see Capri, Blue Grotto)

Grotta Bianca 477

Grotta dei Cervi 515

Grotta del Diavolo 517

Grotta della Pace 141

Grotta di Pertosa 282

Grotta di Putignano 477

Grotta di San Giovanni 500

Grotta di Smeraldo 244

Grotta Romanelli 516

Grotta Zinzulusa 516

Grottaglie 499

Grotte di Castelcivita 278

Grotte di Castellana 477

Grumento Nova 306

Grumentum 306

Guardiagrele 377

Guarino, Francesco (1611–54) 111, 116,

464

Guelphs in southern Italy 20, 21

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri;

1591–1666) 350

Guerrisi, Michele (1893–1963) 349

Guglielmelli, Marcello (fl. early 18C) 67

Guglielmo della Porta (1516–77) 80

Guttuso, Renato (1912–87) 350, 429

H

Hackert, Jakob Philipp (1737–1807) 107

Hadrawa, Norbert 216

Hadrian, emperor 142, 502; (arch of)

153

Hamilton, Lady Emma 40, 41

Hamilton, Sir William 39, 41, 166

Hannibal 14, 141, 149, 152, 261, 262, 291,

296, 310, 327, 432, 442, 443, 480 (see

also Punic Wars)

Hatria 371

Hauteville family 18, 19, 25 (see also

Constance, Robert Guiscard, Roger, William)

Helena, wife of Manfred 262, 296

Hemingway, Ernest 279

Henry VI of Hohenstaufen, emperor 19, 34,

230, 259

Heracleia (Herculaneum) 197

Heracleia (Lucania) 14, 309–10

Herculaneum 12, 15, 161, 166, 196ff, 203,

204, 208; (finds from) 84ff

House of the Deer 206–07

House of the Relief of Telephus 207, 208

Villa of the Papyri 196; (finds from and

copies) 85, 222, 252

Hercules, myths concerning 140

Herodotus 325

Herri met de Bles (Il Civetta; c.1510–50)

105

Hieron of Syracuse 230

Hipponion (ancient Vibo Valentia) 343

Hirpini, Hirpinia 266

Hohenstaufen dynasty 19–20, 34 (see also

Frederick II, Henry VI)

Honorius II, pope 18

Horace (Q. Horatius Flaccus) 296, 485, 495

Huns 16

Hydruntum (see Otranto)

Hyria 499

I

Iapygian, Iapygians 12

Ibsen, Henrik 232, 238

Ilario da Montalbano, Fra’ (17C) 307

Illyria, Illyrians 9, 452

Innocent IV, pope 20; (tomb of) 70

Innocent VI, pope 59

Innocent VII, pope 398

Interamnia Praetuttiorum 417, 418

Iron Age, major sites and finds 374, 487

Isabella of England, wife of Frederick II 428,

442

Isaia da Pisa (active 1447–64) 54

Ischia 12, 229–33

Isernia 391

Isis, cult and temples of 92, 95, 180, 264,

265

Isola di Capo Rizzato 328

Isola di Dino 320

Iuvanum 378

J

Jacobello del Fiore (1370–1439) 412, 417

Jacopo della Pila (late 15C) 61, 260

James of the Marches, St 406

James, Bishop of Capua 292

Januarius, St (San Gennaro) 45, 68, 97, 136,

140

Jerace, Francesco (1854–1937) 123

Joan I, queen 21, 36, 55, 57, 58–59, 58,

216; (possible portrait of) 297

Joan II, queen 36, 406; (tomb of) 124

Jodice, Mimmo (b. 1934) 112

John Capistran, St 404, 406

John of Procida 21

John of Salisbury 335

John Paul II, pope 221

Joli, Antonio (1700–77) 107

Joppolo 348

Julia, daughter of Augustus 434

Julius Caesar, emperor 181, 400, 495

Justinian, emperor 16

K

Kaendler, Johann Joachim (1706–75) 119

Kauffmann, Angelika (1741–1807) 107

Kheir-ed Din, corsair 23, 222, 230

Kopisch, August 225

Krupp, Friedrich 217

L

L’Aquila 406–14

La Fossiata 334

Lacco Ameno 232–33

Lago del Matese 390

Lago di Campotosto 416

Lago di Varano 434

Lagonegro 306

Lagopesole 296

Lama, Giovanni Bernardo (fl. late 17C) 509

Lanciano 377

Lanfranco, Giovanni (1581–1647) 68, 106,

114, 115

Lanino, Bernardino (c.1511–82) 124

Lannoy, Charles de 398

Laos 320; (finds from) 355

Larino 387

Larinum 387

Laterza 472

Latiano 499

Laurana, Francesco (f.1458–1502) 54

Lautrec, Viscount (Odet de Foix) 37, 55, 428

Lawrence, D.H. 252

Lazzari, Dionisio (1617–89) 66, 124

Lazzaroni 37, 41

Le Moine, Guillaume (15C) 76

Lecce 501–09, 501, 504, 506

Lello da Roma (14C) 70

Lenormant, François 286

Leo IX, pope 18, 429

Leonardo da Besozzo (15C) 71, 72

Leonardo da Pistoia 121

Leopardi, Giacomo 121

Levi, Carlo (1902–75) 282, 302, 429

Licosa, island 279

Lippi, Filippino (1457–1504) 101

Locorotondo 479

Locri Epizephyrii, Locrian 11, 327, 349, 353,

354, 360–62; (finds from) 352, 355

Lombards 16, 17, 33, 135, 259, 263, 307,

452; (art, artefacts) 262, 264, 377

Lorenzo di Credi (1439–1537) 101

Loreto Aprutino 371

Lotto, Lorenzo (1480–1556) 101

Louis I, King of Hungary 58, 495

Louis I of Anjou 36, 59, 389, 495

Louis III of Anjou 36, 331, 333

Louis of Taranto 58, 59, 266

Lowe, Sir Hudson 215

Lucania, Lucanian 9, 13, 153, 271, 291,

298, 305, 309–13, 310, 320

Lucera 19, 429–31

Lucrine, Lake (Lucrino) 140

Lucullus, Lucius Licinius 76, 122, 144

Luini, Bernardino (?1475–1532) 105

Lysias, Athenian orator 325

M

Macchia d’Isernia 391

Madonna dei Miracoli, sanctuary (Abruzzo)

380

Madonna di Gallana 499

Maestro Nicola (early 13C) 451

Magliaccio, Lucia (see Floridia, duchess of)

Maglie 515

Magna Graecia 10–13, 31, 145, 309, 319,

327, 331, 480, 484; (museum of) 351–56

Maida, battle of 329, 350

Maiella, mountains 369, 376, 409

Mainardi, Sebastiano (d.1513) 101

Maiori 254

Malinconico, Nicola (c.1663–1721) 117

Maltese, Giovanni 233

Malvito, Giovanni Tommaso (son of

Tommaso; 16C) 46

Malvito, Tommaso (early 16C) 46, 60, 69

Mancinelli, Giuseppe (19C) 75

Mancini, Antonio (1852–1927) 112

Manduria 509–11

Manet, Edouard (1832–83) 350

Manfred of Hohenstaufen 20, 34, 263, 296,

430, 432, 439, 444, 471, 498

Manfredonia 432–33

Mansi, Nicola 252

Mantegna, Andrea (1431–1506) 101, 102

Manzù, Giacomo (1908–91) 350

Maratea 308, 308

Marcellus, Roman general 296

Marchesato, region 327

Marco da Firenze (early 15C) 71

Marco da Siena (see Pino, Marco)

Marechiaro 122

Margaret of Austria 94, 100, 373, 410

Margaret of Durazzo (tomb of) 260

Margaret of Parma (see Margaret of Austria)

Margherita di Savoia 443

Maria Carolina, queen 24, 25, 40, 41, 156,

157

Marina d’Andrano 517

Marina di Praia 244

Marinelli, Domenico (17C–18C) 457

Marius, Caius, general 144

Martin V, pope 406

Martina Franca 479

Martineau, Joseph (18C) 107

Martinelli, Ambrogio (mid-17C) 511

Martini, Francesco di Giorgio (1439–1520)

104, 518

Martini, Simone (c.1284–1344) 46, 109

Martino, Ernesto de 520

Martino, Francesco de (fl. early 18C) 284

Mary of Durazzo, monument to 57

Masaccio (Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di

Mone; 1401–28) 99, 101

Masaniello (Tommaso Aniello) 23, 38, 49,

118, 126, 209

Masolino da Panicale (Tommaso Fini;

1383–1440) 101

Massa di Somma 166

Massa Lubrense 242–43

Massafra 473–75, 474

Masseria fortificata 471

Master of the Beffi Triptych (15C) 412

Master of St John Capistran (15C) 413

Mastro Danieli (late 12C) 500

Mastroberardino, winemaker 188, 267

Mater Matuta, temple of 150

Matera 299–305, 301

Matese, mountains 390

Matteis, Paolo de (1662–1728) 112, 116,

380

Matthew, St 261

Matthews, Henry 168

Mau, August 173

Maximian, emperor 281

Mazzacurati, Marino (1907–69) 121

Mazzola Bedoli, Girolamo (c.1500–69) 104

Mazzola, Giovanni Battista (fl.1513–50) 321

Mazzoni, Guido (1450–1518) 56

Medma 349; (finds from) 355

Medrano, Giovanni Antonio (1703–?) 73, 98

Megalithic remains 515, 516

Melendugno 512

Melfi 20, 292–93; (Constitutions of) 292

Melisborgo, Guglielmo (late 19C) 123

Melito di Porto Salvo 363

Menga, Evangelista (16C) 441, 521

Mengs, Anton Raphael (1728–79) 107, 155

Mesagne 498

Mesoraca 337

Messapian, Messapians 12, 476, 485, 498,

502, 509, 519, 521; (artefacts and finds)

441, 486, 496, 499, 500, 508, 510, 512,

518

Meta 238

Metaponto 312

Metapontum 10, 310–12; (finds from) 298

Metauron 349; (finds from) 355

Micco Spadaro (Domenico Gargiulo;

1612–79) 116, 118, 284

Michael Scotus, astrologer 294

Michelangelo (Michelangelo Buonarroti;

1475–1564) 80

Michelozzo (Michelozzo di Bartolomeo

Michelozzi; 1396–1472) 46, 64

Michetti, Francesco Paolo (1851–1929) 112,

372, 376

Miglionico 299

Miglionico, Andrea (1663–after 1735) 460

Milani, Giacomo (late 18C) 107

Miller, Jacob the Elder (early 17C) 105

Miller, Lady Anne 156, 157

Minervino di Lecce 515

Minervino Murge 443

Minori 253

Minuta (Scala) 253, 253

Mirola, Girolamo (?1530–70) 104

Miseno 144

Misenum, Lake (Miseno) 144

Misenus 144

Modugno 461

Mola di Bari 484

Molfetta 448, 448

Molise 387ff

Moliterno 306

Molpa, ruins of 281

Monna Lisa (see Giocondo)

Monopoli 485

Montaguto 265

Montalto 349, 357, 359

Montano d’Arezzo (14C) 266

Monte Cassino 45; (school of) 150, 151

Monte di Procida 145

Monte La Gallinola 391

Monte Nuovo 140

Monte Pollino 321–22

Monte Poro 343, 346

Monte Sannace 471

Monte Sant’Angelo 433

Monte Vulture 293

Montecalvo Irpino 265

Monteroduni 391

Montescaglioso 305

Montevergine 266

Monticchio, lakes 293

Montorio al Vomano 417

Montorsoli, Giovanni Angelo (16C) 345

Morandi, Giorgio (1890–1964) 460

Morano Calabro 323

Morelli, Domenico (1823–1901) 112, 118,

245, 247, 429

Mormanno 320

Mormanno, Giovanni Francesco (15C) 46,

55

Moro, Bernardino del (early 16C)

Moryson, Fynes 135, 152

Mosca, Ferdinando (1685–1773) 410

Moscufo 371

Mottola 473

Müller, David (fl. early 17C) 346, 347

Munthe, Axel 215, 222–23, 224

Mura, Francesco de (1696–1782) 71, 76, 78,

112, 114, 302, 380, 418, 429, 485, 518

Murat, Joachim 24, 41–42, 155, 216, 230,

243, 344, 452

Murge, the 475–80

Muro Tenente 499

Musolino, outlaw 357, 359

Mussolini, Benito 400, 416

Mycenae, culture of 10, 30, 476

N

Naccherino, Michelangelo (1550–1622) 48,

77, 78, 118, 123, 216, 247

Naples 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,

25, 26, 27, 29ff; (history of) 30–44; (art

and architecture) 45–48

Ascensione a Chiaia, church of 120

Borgo Marinaro 76

Capodimonte 97–112

Cappella Sansevero 61–63

Castel Capuano 71

Castel Nuovo 36, 49, 49, 54

Castel dell’Ovo 76

Castel Sant’Elmo 113

Catacomb of St Guadiosus 97

Catacomb of St Januarius/Gennaro 96–97

Cathedral 68–70

Conservatorio di Musica 64

Corso Umberto I 122–23

Farnese sculptures 79

Galleria Umberto I 75

Gesù Nuovo 56, 57

Gambrinus café 75, 131

Girolamini, church of 66–67

Grotta Vecchia 121

Istituto d’Arte 76

Ladislas, tomb of 71

Mergellina 121

Monte della Misericordia 70–71

Monteoliveto 55

Musei di Antropologia, Mineralogia,

Zoologia e Paleontologia 123

Museo Archeologico 78–96

Museo Civico di Castel Nuovo 54

Museo delle Carrozze 120

Museo della Ceramica 119

Museo di Etnopreistoria 77

Museo Filangieri 124

Museo Diego Aragona Pignatelli Cortes 120

Nisida, island 122

Nunziatella, church of 76

Palazzo del Balzo 61

Palazzo Cuomo 124

Palazzo d’Angri 78

Palazzo di Donn’Anna 122

Palazzo Gravina 55

Palazzo Maddaloni 77

Palazzo Reale 75–76

Palazzo San Giacomo 54

Palazzo Serra a Cassano 76

Parco della Rimembranza 122

Parco Virgiliano 121

Piazza del Mercato 125

Piazza del Municipio 54

Piazza del Plebiscito 73, 75–76

Piazza Trieste e Trento 75

Piedigrotta 121

Pizzofalcone 73–76

Porta Capuana 71

Rettifilo 122–23

Rione Amedeo 120

S. Agostino alla Zecca 124

S. Angelo a Nilo 64

S. Anna dei Lombardi 55

S. Annunziata 124

S. Brigida 77

S. Chiara 57, 59, 60

S. Croce al Mercato 126

S. Domenico Maggiore 60

S. Eligio 126

S. Ferdinando 77

S. Francesco da Paola 75

S. Giacomo degli Spagnoli 54

S. Giorgio Maggiore 71

S. Giovanna a Carbonara 71–72

S. Giovanni Maggiore 123

S. Gregorio Armeno 64–65

S. Lorenzo Maggiore 65–66

S. Maria degli Angeli 76

S. Maria del Carmine 125

S. Maria Donnaregina 72–73

S. Maria Egiziaca 76, 124

S. Maria Incoronata 55

S. Maria di Montesanto 78

S. Maria la Nova 55

S. Maria del Parto 121

S. Maria di Piedigrotta 121

S. Maria in Portico 120

S. Martino, Certosa di 113–18

S. Paolo Maggiore 66

S. Pietro ad Aram 124–25

S. Pietro a Maiella 64

S. Pietro Martire 123

S. Severino e Sossio 123

S. Spirito 77

S. Teresa a Chiaia 120

Santa Lucia quarter 77

Spaccanapoli 60

Teatro San Carlo 38, 73–75

University of Naples 123

Via Roma 77–78

Via Monteoliveto 55

Via S. Gregorio 65

Via Toledo 37–38, 77

Villa Floridiana 118–19

Villa Pignatelli 120

Virgil’s tomb 121

Napoleon Bonaparte 24, 25, 41, 263, 283,

480

Nardò 519

Nardodipace 348

Natali, Giovan Battista (early 18C) 116

National Parks (Abruzzo) 369, 397; (Cilento)

278–79; (Gargano) 431; (Monte Pollino)

321–22; (Vesuvius) 166, 168

Neapolis (ancient Naples) 10, 12, 32, 230

Negroni, Pietro (1503–65) 323

Nelson, Admiral Horatio 40, 41, 230

Neolithic, sites and finds 305, 369, 428,

447, 487, 515, 517

Nero, emperor 32, 45, 140, 142, 210,

502

Netti, Francesco (1834–94) 460

Nicastro 329

Niccolini, Antonio (1772–1850) 75, 98, 106,

108

Niccolò da Foggia (13C) 251

Niccolò di Tommaso (14C–15C) 54

Nicephorus Phocas, emperor 480

Nicholas II, pope 292

Nicholas of Myra, St 452, 456, 468

Nichols, Peter 135

Nicola da Guardiagrele (c.1390–c.1462)

371, 372, 376, 377, 378, 412, 417

Nicotera 348

Nicotera, Giovanni 281

Nietzsche, Friedrich 238

Nittis, Giuseppe de (1846–84) 112, 441,

460

Nocera Inferiore 262

Nocera Superiore 262

Norman, Normans 17–19, 34, 149, 259,

292, 335, 346, 369, 429, 432, 439, 441,

444, 452, 455, 463, 513, 518; (art and

architecture) 45, 158, 427, 455, 456, 476,

508, 514

Novelli, Pietro (1603–47) 111

Novello da San Lucano 56

Nuceria 169

Nuvolo, Fra’ (early 17C) 125

O

Octavian (see Augustus)

Oderisius of Benevento (early 12C) 431

Oenotrians 12, 13

Ogliastro Cilento 279

Onofrio d’Alessio (17C) 68

Opi 397

Oplontis 210–11, 210, 211

Oppido, Giovanni Donato (17C) 302

Oria 499–500

Orio, Orazio de (early 17C) 114

Orley, Bernaert van (c.1490–1542) 108

Orontius, St 502

Orsaia 279

Orsi Achille de (1845–1929) 118

Orsi, Paolo 327

Orsini family 463, 479, 480, 520, 521

Orsini, Fulvio 94, 95, 98, 99

Ortona 372–73

Ortucchio jaw, the 374

Oscan, Oscans 9, 13, 152, 153, 169, 197,

427; (artefacts) 381

Ostuni 487

Otho II, emperor 359

Otranto 513–15, 514

Ottaviano 166

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso) 398, 399

Ovindoli 402

P

Pacuvius, Roman poet 495

Padula 282

Paduli 265

Paestum 11, 13, 271–78

Forum 274–76

Sanctuary of Hera 277

Temple of Ceres 276, 276

Temple of Hera 272–73, 272

Temple of Neptune 273–74, 273

Tomb of the Diver 3, 278, 278

Pagliare, stone huts 512, 512

Painter of Amykos (5C BC) 310

Painter of Edinburgh (early 5C BC) 310

Painter of Policoro (5C–4C BC) 310

Palaeolithic, sites and finds 9, 296, 297, 320,

352, 447, 487, 516

Palagianello 473

Palatine basilicas (Acquaviva delle Fonti)

472; (Altamura) 462–63; (Bari) 456–57;

(Barletta) 440

Palinuro 281

Palizzi, Filippo (1818–99) 112, 380, 381,

429

Palma il Giovane (Giacomo Negretti;

1548–1628) 485, 487, 517

Palmi 349

Palmieri, Luigi 168

Palo del Colle 461

Panini, Giovanni Paolo (1691–1765) 106

Paola 321

Papasidero 320, 352

Parisi, Nicola (19C) 429

Parmenides 280

Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola; 1503–40)

104

Parthenope (ancient Naples) 10, 32, 31

Parthenopean Republic (first) 23, 38;

(second) 24, 40, 118, 126, 229, 330, 461,

480

Passo di Corvo 428

Pasta 537–38

Patire, convent of 325

Patù 517

Paul III, pope (Alessandro Farnese) 79, 80,

98, 100

Paul IV, pope 373; (birthplace of) 64

Paul, St 137, 502, 520

Pausilypon 147

Pavia, battle of 22, 60, 108, 398

Pedro de Toledo, viceroy of Naples 22, 37,

143, 327

Pelasgians 427

Pellizza da Volpedo, Giuseppe (1868–1907)

112

Penna, Cesare (1607–1653) 501, 504, 505,

508

Penne 371

Penni, Giovanni Francesco (c.1496–c.1536)

99, 102

Pepe, General Guglielmo 25, 42, 329

Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista 137

Perrinetto da Benevento (15C) 71

Persio, Altobello (mid-16C) 300

Perugino (Pietro Vannucci; 1446–1523) 101

Pescara 371–72

Pescasseroli 397

Pesche 391

Peschici 434

Pescocostanzo 378–79

Peter Celestine, St (see Celestine V)

Peter III of Aragon 21, 36

Peter, St 45, 124

Peter Celestine, St (see Celestine V)

Petilia Policastro 338

Petrarch 21, 66, 259

Petrini, Francesco (14C) 387

Petronius Arbiter 138, 145

Peucetian, Peucetians 305, 461, 463, 464,

476

Philip of Anjou 479

Philip of Medma 349

Phlegraean Fields 30, 135ff

Piacentini, Marcello (1881–1960) 351

Piana del Fucino 400

Pianella 371

Piano delle Vigne 349

Piano di Sorrento 237–38

Piano, Renzo (b.1937) 434, 460

Pianosa (see Tremiti Islands)

Picchiatti, Bartolomeo (1571–1643) 61, 124

Pier della Vigna 292, 295

Pierre d’Agincourt (13C–14C) 441, 484

Pierre de Chaulnes (late 13C) 49

Pietra del Pertusillo, lake 306

Pietrabbondante 392

Pietro del Morrone (see Celestine V)

Pietro di Martino (mid-15C) 76

Pietro di Stefano (fl. mid-16C) 411

Pindar 145

Pino, Marco (Marco da Siena; ?1520–87) 54,

55, 111, 458, 483, 485

Pio da Pietralcina, Padre 434

Pisacane, Carlo 281

Pisanello (Antonio Pisano; 1377–1455) 104

Piso, Caius Calpurnius 142

Pithecusae (ancient Ischia) 10, 12, 31, 230,

233

Pitloo, Anton (1790–1837) 122

Pizzo 343–44

Pliny the Elder 160, 162–65, 186, 211, 267,

277, 344, 424, 510

Pliny the Younger 144, 161–65

Poerio, Carlo 42, 122

Policastro 279

Policoro 309

Polidoro di Renzo (16C) 377

Polignano a Mare 484

Pompei (modern town) 196

Pompeii 12, 15, 161, 166, 168–96; (finds

from) 83ff; (painting from) 89–92, 186;

(wine of) 188

Amphitheatre 187

Forum 174–75

House of Loreius Tibertinus 185

House of Marcus Lucretius Fronto 190,

191

House of Menander 182

House of the Faun 193, 193; (finds from)

87–88

House of the Vettii 192

Temple of Isis 92, 180

Villa of Diomedes 195

Villa of Julia Felix 187

Villa of the Mysteries 195–96

Pontecagnano 261

Pontone (Scala) 253, 253

Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci; 1494–1556) 103

Popoli 404

Poppaea Sabina, wife of Nero 210

Portici 166, 209

Poseidonia (Paestum) 13, 31, 271

Posillipo 121–22

Posillipo School 118, 122, 242, 370, 460

Positano 243–44

Potenza 298

Pozzuoli 137–40

Praetuttii, ancient people 370, 417

Praia a Mare 320

Presti, Fra’ Bonaventura (mid-17C) 113

Preti, Mattia (1613–99) 61, 64, 66, 124,

302, 332, 336–37, 337, 355, 412, 414

Prignano Cilento 279

Primario, Gagliardo (fl. early 14C) 73

Procida 229

Puglia 427ff

Puglian aqueduct 296, 427, 517

Pulo, il 463

Punic Wars 14, 306 (see also Hannibal)

Punta del Serrone bronzes 496

Punta della Campanella 243

Punta Licosa 279

Puteoli 12, 121 (see also Pozzuoli)

Pyrrhus, King of Epirus 14, 263, 291, 309,

480

Pythagoras 310, 327

Q

Quaglia, Pier Paolo (late 19C) 123

Quartararo, Riccardo (1443–1506) 56

Queirolo, Francesco (1704–62) 62

R

Raimondi, Guglielmo (19C) 245

Ramage, Craufurd Tait 9

Ramsay, Allan (1713–84) 230

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; 1483–1520) 98,

99, 101

Rapolla 293; (sarcophagus of) 292

Ravello 250–52, 251

Reggio Calabria 351–57

Rende 330

Reni, Guido (1575–1642) 67, 106, 115

Rhegion (Reggio Calabria) 10, 351; (finds

from) 355

Riace Bronzes 352, 353, 354

Ribera, Jusepe (José de Ribera; 1591–1652)

47–48, 56, 68, 111, 113–14, 114, 115,

116, 124, 414, 414

Riccardi, Gabriele (mid-16C) 501, 504, 509

Riccio, il (see Briosco)

Richard Coeur-de-Lion 440

Rionero in Vulture 293

Rionero Sannitico 392

Ripacandida 293

Ripe 419

Ripoli culture 369

Rivello 307

Rivisondoli 378

Robbia, Andrea della (1435–1525) 410

Robbia, della (family; 15C–16C) 124

Robert of Anjou (‘the Wise’, King of Naples)

21, 36; (tomb of) 57

Robert Guiscard (Robert de Hauteville) 18,

260, 261, 292, 331, 348, 429, 439, 452,

455, 513; (buildings commissioned by)

299, 335; (supposed tomb of) 297

Roberto d’Oderisio (14C) 46, 55, 109

Roca Vecchia 512

Rocca Imperiale 309

Roccaraso 378

Roccatagliata, Niccolò (16C–17C) 104

Roccella Ionica 360

Rodi Garganico 434

Roger I (Hauteville) 18, 262, 266, 331, 347

Roger II (Hauteville) 18, 245

Roger of Melfi (12C) 442

Rome, Romans (general) 10, 11, 13, 14–16,

16, 31–33, 32, 135, 137, 152, 169, 215,

230, 238, 250, 259, 271, 291, 296, 306,

309, 331, 351, 360, 390, 513

Roman sites and remains 136, 242, 253,

381, 507; (Bacoli) 144; (Baiae) 142–43;

(Benevento) 15, 264, 265; (Capri)

220–21, 224; (Capua) 152–53;

(Herculaneum) 196ff; (Oplontis) 210–11;

(Paestum) 274; (Pompeii) 168ff;

(Pozzuoli) 138–40; (Stabiae) 211–12;

(Velia) 280; (Venosa) 297

Romanesque art and architecture 298, 431,

482, 511 (see also Apulian Romanesque)

Romolo di Antonio da Settignano (early

16C) 60

Romualdo, sculptor (11C) 442

Romulado di Bari (13C) 447

Rondone, Alessandro (16C–17C) 113

Rosa, Carlo (?–1678) 461

Rosa, Francesco de (1600–54) 111, 116

Rosa, Slavatore (1615–73) 47, 302

Rosarno 349

Rossano 325

Rossellino, Antonio (Antonio Gambarelli;

c.1427–79) 46, 56

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel 380

Rosso Fiorentino (Giambattista de’ Rosso

1494–1541) 103

Rubi, vases from 449

Rudiae, ruins of 508

Ruffo, Cardinal Fabrizio 24, 40, 330, 461

Rufolo family 250, 251

Ruskin, John 167, 210

Ruther, Karl (17C) 408, 413

Rutigliano 476

Ruvo di Puglia 449, 449

S

S. Angelo in Formis 46, 150, 151

S. Caterina (near Conversano) 477

S. Croce (Lecce) 504–05

S. Donato, Santuario 293

S. Francesco da Paola (Otranto) 515

S. Ippolito, abbey of 293

S. Leonardo (Gargano) 431

S. Lorenzo, Certosa of 282–87

S. Lucia (Matera) 303

S. Lucia, chapel of (Massafra) 475

S. Maria di Anglona 307

S. Maria d’Arabona 376

S. Maria Assunta (Bominaco) 405

S. Maria del Bosco 348

S. Maria di Cerrate, abbey of 511

S. Maria di Collemaggio 408, 408, 409

S. Maria Finibus Terrae 517

S. Maria d’Idris (Matera) 303

S. Maria dell’Isola 476

S. Maria dei Polsi, sanctuary of 359

S. Maria della Roccella 329

S. Maria di Siponto 432

S. Martino, hermitage of 336

S. Nicola di Casole, abbey 515

S. Pellegrino (Bominaco) 405, 405

S. Pietro ad Oratorium 405

S. Vincenzo, Badia di 392

S. Vito, abbey of 484

Sabelli, ancient people 13

Sabines 11, 416

Saepinum, ruins of 389–90

Saint-Non, Abbé de (Jean-Claude Richard)

285

Sala Consilina 282

Salentine Peninsula 511–22

Salerno 17, 151, 259–60, 260

Sallust 410, 416

Salvati, Salvato (fl. mid-16C) 411

Salviati, Francesco (1510–63) 99, 103

Sambatello 359

Sammartino, Giuseppe (1720–93) 48, 61,

62–63, 63, 114, 156

Sammichele di Bari 471

Samnites 11, 13, 31, 32, 135, 137, 145,

152, 169, 197, 291, 387, 388, 390, 391;

(art, architecture and remains) 171, 198,

203, 261, 264, 389, 391, 392; (Samnite

Wars) 31

San Cataldo 511

San Clemente in Casauria 376

San Demetrio Corone 324

San Domino (see Tremiti Islands)

San Ferdinando di Puglia 443

San Fili 330

San Giovanni in Fiore 335

San Giovanni Rotondo 434

San Giuseppe 166

San Leucio 158

San Lucido 330

San Marco di Castellabate 279

San Nicola (see Tremiti Islands)

San Nicola Arcella 320

San Pietro 337

San Prisco 153

San Sebastiano (Abruzzo) 397

San Sebastiano (al Vesuvio) 166

San Severo 429

San Vito dei Normanni 500

San Vittorino 416

Sanfelice, Ferdinando (1675–1748) 47, 48,

76, 98, 499, 519

Sangro, Raimondo di 61, 62–63

Sannazzaro d’Alessandro (early 16C) 300

Sano di Pietro (1406–81) 412

Sanseverino family 56, 123, 282-283, 285,

299

Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi 242

Sant’Eufemia Lamezia 329

Santa Caterina (Scala) 253

Santa Cesarea Terme 516

Santa Domenica 348

Santa Maria Capua Vetere 152–53

Santa Maria Maggiore 262

Santa Severina 335

Santacroce, Girolamo da (1480–1556) 48,

55, 56, 472

Santafede, Fabrizio (1560–c.1634) 55, 68,

71, 78, 111, 389, 414, 430

Santo Stefano in Aspromonte 359

Sanvitale, Barbara Sanseverino 104

Sapri 281

Saracen, Saracens 17, 18, 19, 34, 142, 144,

145, 152, 215, 230, 243, 271, 299, 331,

336, 341, 350, 359, 387, 389, 430, 451,

452, 461, 463, 464, 471, 479, 480, 495,

498

Saracenic art and architecture 45, 217, 245,

247, 250, 251, 253, 259, 431

Sassi, the (Matera) 303–05, 304

Scala 250, 252–53

Scalea 320

Scanno 400

Scarlatti, Alessandro 64, 78

Schedoni, Bartolomeo (1578–1615) 106

Schiavi di Abruzzo 392

Scilla 350

Scipio Africanus 14, 146

Scrivà, Pier Luigi (16C) 113, 411

Scupula, Giovanni Maria (early 16C) 458

Scurcola Marsicana 404

Scylla 350

Sebastiani, Antonio (early 18C) 106

Sebastiano del Piombo (Sebastiano Luciani;

c.1485–157) 102

Seminara 349

Senape, Antonio (1788–1850) 118

Senise 306

Sepino 389

Serafini, Paolo de’, da Modena (late 14C)

440

Sergius of Naples 34

Serra San Bruno 346–48

Serracapriola 429

Sersale 337

Servile War, third 153

Sforza family 263, 452

Sforza, Attendolo 406

Sforza, Francesco 336

Sharp, Samuel 74

Shelley, Percy Bysshe 160, 167, 274

Sibari 324

Sibyl of Cumae 145, 146

Sicilian Vespers 21, 25

Sicily 10, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26,

358; (see also Two Sicilies)

Siculians 360

Sidicini, ancient people 150

Signorelli, Luca (?1440–1523) 101

Signorini, Telemaco (1835–1901) 460

Sila, La 333–38

Silvestro dall’Aquila (15C) 409, 410, 412,

414

Simeon of Syria (11C) 247

Simeone da Ragusa (13C) 441

Simone da Firenze (early 16C) 306

Simonetta, Cecco 335

Simonetta, Giovanni 335

Sinni valley 306

Sipontum 432

Sirens, myths concerning 31, 279

Siris 13, 301

Sironi, Mario (1885–1961) 460

Social War 15, 31, 135, 169, 369, 391

Sodoma, Il (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi;

1477–1549) 111

Solario, Andrea (c.1465–1524) 124

Soleto 521

Solfatara di Pozzuoli 137

Solimena, Francesco (1657–1747) 48, 54,

56, 60, 66, 68, 112, 114, 123, 125, 126,

223, 302, 414, 463; (birthplace of) 262

Sons, Jan (1553–?1611) 104

Sorianello 346

Soriano Calabro 346

Sorrento 16, 238–42, 239

Spain, Spanish 21, 22–23, 36–38, 349, 419,

441, 483, 502, 513, 519

Spartacus 15, 152, 153, 160, 310

Specchia Maiano 499

Specchie, grave monuments 463

Spezzano Albanese 324

Spezzano della Sila 334

Squillace 329

Stabiae 161, 211

Stanzione, Massimo (?1585–?1656) 56, 66,

67, 76, 77, 114, 115, 116, 123, 302

Statius, Publius Papinius 166, 242

Stefano da Putignano (16C) 458, 484

Stefano di Trani (13C) 447

Steinbeck, John 244

Stendhal 29

Stephen II, Duke of Naples 33

Stephen, Leslie 135

Stigliano 306

Stilo 359–60

Stomer, Matthias (c.1600–50) 458

Strabo 12, 160, 277

Succivo 153

Sulla, Lucius Cornelius 15, 169, 194, 211

Sulmona 369, 398–99

Swabian, Swabians 362; (architecture) 211,

431, 499 (see also Frederick II, buildings)

Swinburne, Henry 37

Sybaris, Sybarites 10, 13, 31, 271, 276, 310,

320, 324, 327

T

Tagliacozzi Canale, Nicola (mid-18C) 114,

117

Tagliacozzo 404; (battle of) 34, 404

Tagliolini, Filippo (1745–1809) 98, 107, 119

Tancred, King of Sicily (Tancred de

Hauteville) 19, 498, 509

Tange, Kenzo (1913–2005) 30

Tantino, Giovanni da Ariano Irpino 302

Tanucci, Bernardo 23, 24, 39

Tarantism 482, 520

Taranto 17, 31, 480–84, 483

Taras/Tarentum 10, 12, 14, 310, 476, 480

Tarqinius Superbus, Etruscan king 145

Tasso, Torquato 55, 238, 240, 241, 242

Taurasi (see Wine)

Taurianum 349–50

Taverna 336–37

Tavole Paladine (Puglia) 487

Tavole Palatine (Metapontum) 311

Tavoliere della Puglia 427

Teano 150

Teanum Apulum 429

Teggiano 282

Telesio, Bernardino 331

Teramo 417–18

Terentius Varro, Gaius 443

Termoli 387

Terra di Bari 439–61

Terranova 324

Terzigno 166

Theodore of Antioch 294

Thomas Aquinas, St 259

Thomas of Celano 401

Thorvaldsen, Bertel (1770–1844) 108, 125

Thurii 13, 325

Tiberius, emperor 144, 215, 220

Tino da Camaino (c.1285–1338) 46, 57, 61,

73

Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti; 1519–94) 458

Tiso, Oronzo (1729–1800) 460, 505

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; c.1485–1576) 98,

99, 103, 103, 111

Toma, Gioacchino (1836–91) 112

Tomb of the Diver (see Paestum)

Torre Annunziata 210

Torre del Greco 166, 209

Torre Galli 344, 346

Torre Santa Susanna 511

Torregaveta 144

Tortelli, Benvenuto (mid-16C) 124

Tosti, Francesco Paolo 373

Totila, Gothic leader 33, 502

Trajan, arch of (Benevento) 15, 264

Tramontano, Count 302

Trani 444–47, 445, 446

Tremiti Islands 434–35 (Capraia) 435;

(Pianosa) 435; (San Domino) 434; (San

Nicola) 435

Tricarico 299

Tricase 517

Trinita di Cava, La, abbey of 262

Trinita, La, abbey of 297

Troia 431

Troisi, Massimo 229

Tropea 344–45

Trulli 478

Tuna, tuna-fishing 544

Turks, Turkish 23, 216, 324, 363, 513, 514,

515, 519

Tursi 307

Two Sicilies, kingdom of 25, 36

Tyrannicides 80–81

U

Ugento, finds from 508

Urban IV, pope 34

Urban VI, pope 36, 59, 262, 279

Urban VIII, pope 336

V

Vaccaro, Andrea (1604–70) 61, 76, 111,

116, 124, 387, 413, 414, 458

Vaccaro, Domenico Antonio (1678–1745)

47, 48, 54, 60, 112, 114, 118, 123, 267,

302, 380

Vaccaro, Lorenzo (father of Domenico

Antonio; 1655–1706) 114

Vaglio Basilicata 298

Valente, Pietro (early 19C) 120

Valentino, Rudolph (Rodolfo Guglielmi) 472

Valeriano, Giuseppe (1542–96) 56

Vallo della Lucania 279

Vallo di Diano 282

Vanni, Andrea (1332–1414) 109

Vanni, Lippo (14C) 109

Vanvitelli, Carlo (son of Luigi; 1739–1821)

78, 124, 145

Vanvitelli, Luigi (1700–73) 48, 61, 78, 124,

154, 156, 157, 262, 264

Vasari, Giorgio (1511–74) 56, 99, 111

Vasto 380–81

Vedius Pollio, Publius 122, 147

Velia 279–81

Venafro 392

Venosa 296–97

Ventaroli 151

Venusia 296, 297

Venusti, Marcello (1512–79) 102

Vernet, Claude Joseph (1714–89) 107

Veronese (Paolo Caliari; 1528–88) 458, 485,

487

Verrio, Antonio (1639–1707) 501

Verrio, Giuseppe (brother of Antonio;

1636–1708) 506

Vervloet, Frans (1795–1872) 118

Vesuvius, Mt 15, 24, 153, 160–68, 169, 224

Vettii, house of (see Pompeii)

Via Appia 14, 153, 472, 494

Vibo Valentia 343

Viceroys of Naples 22, 23, 36, 38, 73

Vico Equense 237

Vieste 434

Vietri sul Mare 254

Vigée-Lebrun, Elisabeth-Louise (1755–1842)

108

Villa Cimbrone (see Ravello)

Villa Meo-Evoli 485

Villa of Poppaea (see Oplontis)

Villa of the Mysteries (see Pompeii)

Villa of the Papyri (see Herculaneum)

Villa Rufolo (see Ravello)

Villa San Michele (see Capri)

Villavallelonga 397

Vinaccia, Giovanni Domenico (late 17C) 66,

284

Vinchiaturo 389

Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro) 33, 495

Visconti, Luchino 233

Vitruvius (Marcus Vitruvius Pollio; 1C BC)

160, 186, 199

Vittoria, Alessandro (1525–1608) 104

Vittorio Emanuele II, king 26, 42, 98, 150,

358

Vittorio Emanuele III, king 377, 416

Vivarini, Alvise (1445/6–1503/4) 441, 476

Vivarini, Antonio (c.1415–84) 458

Vivarini, Bartolomeo (c.1432–c.99) 300,

323, 458, 484

Volaire, Pierre Jacques (?1727–1802) 107

Volturno, battle of 43, 149

Vouet, Simon (1590–1649) 111, 116

W

Wagner, Richard 238, 251

Waldensians 321

Walpole, Horace 513

Walton, Sir William 233

War cemeteries (Bari) 461; (Brindisi) 498;

(Caserta) 158; (Moro River) 373; (Salerno)

262; (Sangro River) 380

Warrior of Capestrano 374, 375

Western Church 18, 151, 519

William de Hauteville, King of Sicily (‘the

Bad’) 19, 452, 453

Wilson, Edmund 369, 410

Wine (general) 547–51; (Falernian) 267;

(Fiano d’Avellino) 267, 547; (Pompeian)

188; (Taurasi) 267, 547

Witz, Konrad (c.1400–?44) 105

World War One 27, 377, 480, 498

World War Two 27, 154, 259, 264, 283,

351, 416, 428, 480, 495

Wouthers, Petrus (17C) 460

X

Xenophanes, philosopher 280

Y

Yolande of Jerusalem, wife of Frederick II

442, 496, 526

Z

Zacharias, pope 335

Zaganelli, Francesco (1484–1532) 101

Zagarise 337

Zancani Montuoro, Paola 277

Zanguidi, Jacopo (see Bertoja)

Zanotti Bianco, Umberto 277

Zeno, philosopher 280

Zeuxis (5C BC) 309

Zimbalo, Francesco Antonio (b.1567) 501,

504, 505

Zimbalo, Giuseppe (Lo Zingarello; nephew

of Francesco Antonio; 1620–1710) 501,

504, 505, 508

Zocchi, Cesare (1851–1922) 410

 

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A

Acate 319

Aci Castello 421

Acireale 419

Acitrezza 420, 517

Acquacalda 479

Acquaviva Platani 245

Acquedolci 488

Acrae 371, 372

Acitrezza 517

Acron, physician 193

Adelaide, Queen 281, 290, 484, 487, 488

Adrano 412

Aeolian Islands 277, 472–483

Aeschylus 248, 338, 357, 396, 410

St Agatha 396, 397, tomb 406

Agathocles 10, 84, 90, 143, 165, 250,

339, 445

Agira 283

Agrigento 9, 193–211, 247, 248, 250,

353, 515

Duomo 195

Garden of Kolymbetra 204

Museo Archeologico 204, 207

Museo Civico 194

Sanctuary of Demeter 209

Sanctuary of the Chthonic Divinities

203

Temple of Asclepios 209

Temple of Castor and Pollux 203

Temple of Concord 199, 200

Temple of Hephaistos 209, 210

Temple of Hera 201

Temple of Heracles 198

Temple of Olympian Zeus 202

Villa Aurea 198

Agrippa 468

Aidone 280

Alagona, Archbishop 344

Alcamo 145, 519

Alcantara Gorge 465

Alcara Li Fusi 488

Alcibiades 402

Alexander II, Pope 268, 289

Alexis of Tarentum 509

Alì 467

Alì Terme 467

Alì, Luciano (fl. late 17C–early 18C) 345

Alì, Salvatore (fl. late 18C) 312

Alia 87

Alibrandi, Girolamo (1470–1524) 414,

415, 450, 475

Alicudi 481

Al-Idrisi 510

Acitrezza 517

Amato, Andrea (fl. 1720–35) 401, 405,

426

Amato, Giacomo (1643–1732) 15, 43,

46, 50

Amato, Paolo (1634–1714) 44, 54, 106,

170

Ambrogio da Como (fl. 1471–73) 91

Amico, Giovanni Biagio (1684–1754) 53,

128, 131, 137, 147, 148, 156, 226

Anapo Valley 374

Andrault, Michel (b. 1926) 354

Andrea da Salerno (also known as Andrea

Sabatini; c. 1484–1530) 49

Angell, Samuel 160

Angevins dynasty 14, 289, 325, 511

Anjou, Charles of (see also Angevins) 20

Antonello da Messina (c. 1430–79) 15,

48, 49, 93, 106, 343, 346, 372, 450

Antonello da Messina, school of 328,

343, 470

Antonello de Saliba (c. 1466–1535) 93,

461, 469, 471, 484

Antonia the Younger, Empress 176

Antonio Catalano il Vecchio (1560–1630)

424, 452

Apicius 510

Arab-Norman Architecture 65, 80, 85,

91, 195, 287, 308, 425, 467, 472

Arabs, The 13, 228, 243, 245, 297, 298,

344, 362, 367, 474, 510, 514, 516

Aragon, Alfonso V of, 14, 155, 405

Aragon, House of 397

Aragona 222

Archestratos of Gela 509

Archifel, Vincenzo (fl. 1486–1533) 424

Archimedes 11, 339, 383

Aristotle 61

Assoro 282

Athens 250, 359

Augusta 285, 380

Augustus, emperor 12, 396, 484

Auletni, Gae (b. 1927) 93

Avola 368

Avola Antica 368

B

Bagheria 82

Bagnasco, Nicola (18C–19C) 103, 284

Baia Guidaloca 142

Balla, Giacomo (1871–1958) 132

Baravitalla 317

Barbalunga, Antonio (Antonio Alberti;

1600–49) 321

Barisano da Trani (12C) 78

Baroque Architecture 25, 54, 146, 297,

309, 311, 312, 313, 341, 362, 371,

372, 422

Barrafranca 276

Basile, Ernesto (1857–1932) 16, 64, 69,

70, 145, 158, 195, 226, 262, 316

Basile, Giovanni Battista (1825–91) 419,

425

Bassano, Leandro (da Ponte; 1557–1622)

49

Battaglia, Antonio (18C–19C) 396, 402,

406

Battaglia, Francesco (1701–78) 422, 424

Battaglia, Matteo (18C) 304, 305

Becket, Thomas, St 78, 155

Belice Valley 169, 511, 515

Belisarius, general 12

Bella, Stefano Della (1610–1664) 132

Bellini, Vincenzo 397, 400, 401

Belmonte Mezzagno 105

Belpasso 415

Belvedere 359

Bencivinni, Pietro (fl. 1705–10) 95

Benedetto, Silvio (b. 1938) 228

Bentivegna, Filippo (d. 1967) 215

Benvenuto Tortelli da Brescia 81

Berenson, Bernard 318

Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598–1680) 260,

313

Berrettaro, Bartolomeo (fl. 1499–1524)

85, 132, 147, 155, 159, 214, 309

Berwick and Alba, Duke of 306

Biancavilla 414

Biangardi, Francesco (1823–1911) 240

Biscari, Prince of 286, 403, 404

Biviere di Cesarò 486

Bivona 225

Blanche of Castile, Queen 283

Blanche of Navarre, Queen 99, 325

Bompensiere 247

Bonaiuto da Pisa (14C) 28, 76

Bonaiuto, Natale (fl, 1781–94) 422, 423,

424, 425

Bonaiuto, Vincenzo (17C) 131

Bongiovanni, Giuseppe (1771–1859) 425

Borgetto 104

Borremans, Guglielmo (1670–1744) 24,

40, 46, 50, 54, 64, 146, 147, 240, 261,

284, 374, 397

Borremans, Luigi (18C) 240, 241

Bourbons, the dynasty 15, 108, 145, 220,

339, 362, 464, 511

Branciforte, Count Niccolo 252

Branciforte, Prince Carlo Maria Carafa

252, 425

Branciforte, Prince Don Francesco 427

Branciforte, Prince Giuseppe 82

Branciforte, Prince Nicolò Placido 282

Brea, Luigi Bernabò 478

Briggs, Peter (b. 1950) 325

Bronte 417, 516

Brucoli 381

Brydone, Patrick 401

Buccheri 374

Bufalino, Gesualdo 321

Burgio 219

Burri, Alberto (1915–95) 169

Burroughs, John 320

Buscemi 374

Busone 222

Butera 251

Butler, Samuel 145, 175

Byzantine mosaicists 27, 36, 76

C

Cabrera Family 306

Cabrera, Count Bernardo 325

Caccamo 86, 89

Cagliostro, Count 40

Calabernardo 369

Calamech, Andrea (1524–89) 448, 469

Calascibetta 265

Calatafimi 145

Callot, Jacopo (1592–1635) 132

Caltabellotta 218

Caltagirone 365, 422

Caltanissetta 239, 515

Caltavuturo 85

Camarina 299

Camilleri, Andrea (1757–1822) 211

Camilliani, Camillo (fl. 1574–1603) 425,

449, 472

Camilliani, Francesco (fl. 1550–86) 21

Cammarata 224

Campobello di Licata 228

Campobello di Mazara 166

Campofranco 246

Canicattì 229

Canicattini Bagni 373

Canneto 478

Canova, Antonio (1757–1822) 43, 54

Canzoneri, Michele (20C) 92

Capa, Robert 289

Capizzi 488

Capo d’Orlando 485

Capo Grillo 483

Capo Passero 370

Capo Tindari 483

Capomulini 420

Capote, Truman 456

Cappiddazzu 150, 152

Capra, Frank 107

Capuana, Luigi 403, 428

Caracciolo, Luciano (fl. 1639–95) 345

Carasi, Costantino (fl. 1749) 365

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi da; c.

1591–1610) 43, 346, 316, 328, 355,

452, 453

Carini 104

Carnelivari, Matteo (fl. late 15C) 14, 44

Carlos, Don, of Aragona 167

Caronia 488, 513

Caronia Forest 486

Carracci, School of 225

Carreca, Andrea (1590–c. 1677) 54

Carrera, Giuseppe (fl. 1608–30) 146

Carthage 134, 143, 153, 323

Carthaginians 10, 88, 107, 149, 161,

227, 359, 471

Caruso, Bruno (b. 1927) 156, 228

Casale, Roman villa at 268, 272, 273

Casalvecchio Siculo 467

Cascio, Lorenzo (b. 1940) 217

Cassaro 374

Cassibile 361

Castanea delle Furie 455

Castelbuono 96, 515

Castellammare, Gulf of 105, 141, 142

Castello di Donnafugata 324

Castello Manfredonico 245

Castello, Ignazio Paternò; see Biscari

Castelluccio 254, 299, 350, 368

Castelluzzo 140

Castelmola 463

Casteltermini 224

Castelvetrano 167, 513, 515

Castiglione 299

Castiglione di Sicilia 418

Castronuovo di Sicilia 106

Castroreale 469

Catacombs 314, 317, 339, 349, 354, 373

404, 467

Catania 12, 15, 395–408, 516

Archaeological Park 402

Botanical Garden 407

Castello Ursino 403

La Ciminiere 408

Museo Civico 403

Oasi del Simeto 408

Palazzo Biscari 404

Piazza del Duomo 395

Piazza Stesicoro 405

Sant’Agata la Vetere 406

San Nicolo l’Arena 401

Teatro Massimo Bellini 404

Teatro Romano 402

Via Crociferi 400

Catenanuova 286

Cattolica Eraclea 221

Catulus, Lutatius, general 127, 134, 171

Cava d’Ispica 308, 316, 316

Cave di Cusa 166

Cava di Spampinato 377

Cava Grande 368

Cecco di Naro 44

Cefalà Diana 105

Cefalù 90–94, 94, 518

Centuripe 285

Cerami 289

Ceres see Demeter

Cervantes, Miguel 445, 448

Cesari, Giuseppe (Il Cavaliere d’Arpino;

1568–1640) 49

Cesarò 489

Charlemagne, emperor 45

Charles I of Anjou 14, 73, 139, 283, 285,

445

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 139,

140, 472

Charles VII of Bourbon 343

Chiaramonte Gulfi 325, 513

Chiaramonte, Giovanni 246

Chiaramonte, Manfredi 81, 245, 298, 325

Chiaramonte, family 66, 86, 244, 229,

306

Chiesa, Carlo Alberto dalla 65

Church, Sir Richard 20

Ciaculli 73, 515

Cicero 153, 199, 337

Cidonio, Narciso (fl. late 16C–early 17C)

321

Ciminna 106

Cinema Paradiso 106

Ciotti, Rosa (18C) 265

Ciullo d’Alcamo 146

Civiletti, Benedetto (1845–99) 169, 307,

312

Claudius, Emperor 134, 176

Cleon 264

Colicci, Filippo (fl. 1767–69) 470

Collesano 96

Comiso 319

Comitini 222

Conca, Sebastiano (1680–1764) 24, 58,

298, 312, 314, 367, 368, 452

St Conrad Confalonieri 362

Conrad IV, King 444

Conradin, King 14

Consagra, Pietro (1920–2005) 160, 169,

489

Constance de Hauteville, 14, 264, tomb 31

Constance of Aragon, Queen, tomb 397

Constance of Aragon, Empress 396,

crown of 32, tomb 31

Constans II, Emperor 339, 347

Contessa Entellina 107

Convento di Baida 82

Coppola, Francis Ford 466

Cordici, Antonino (1586–1666) 136

Corinth, Corinthians 10, 338, 338

Corleone 107

Cozzo Matrice 266

Crescenzio, Antonello (or Antonio, il

Panormita; 1467–1542) 49, 50

Crete 205

Crispi, Francesco 220

Cristadoro, Giuseppe (1711–1808) 304

Crowley, Aleister 90

Cuccia, Tanina (20C) 103

Cusa 163

Custonaci 140

Cutraro, Carmelo (fl. late 18C–early 19C)

304

Cyane Spring 281

D

D’Alessi, Giuseppe (18C) 24

D’Anna, Vito (1720–69) 41, 304, 312,

314, 328, 372, 420, 427

D’Antoni, Andrea (1811–68) 103

Daedalus 193, 205, 218, 221

Damiani, Almeyda Giuseppe (1834–1911)

24, 64, 85, 171

Damokopos, of Athens, architect (5C BC)

357

Dante, Alighieri 146

De Lisi, Benedetto (1830–75) 54, 72

De Ruyter, Michiel Admiral 381

De Spuches, Baron Corrado Arezzo 304,

325

De Spuches, Family 87

Delia 242, 243

Delphi 157

Demeter, Sanctuaries of 60, 61, 62, 168,

203, 205, 206, 208, 209, 249, 250,

262, 276, 279, 281, 353, 354, 369

Dikaios, Painter of (6C BC) 205

Diocletian, Emperor 56, 269, 349

Diodorus Siculus 148, 259, 264, 283,

515

Dionysius I, the Elder 10, 60, 149, 338,

355, 359, 456, 484,

Dionysius II 10, 338

Dolci, Danilo 104

Don John of Austria 153, 448

Donato del Piano 268, 400

Donnafugata, Castello di 324

Donnalucata 313

Doreius, the Spartan 10

Doucetius, King of the Sicels 10, 242,

247, 277, 362, 367, 428, 488

Douris, painter (5C BC) 62, 353

Dumontier, Louis Alexandre (fl. 1751)

383

Duprè, Giovanni (1817–82) 128

Durrell, Lawrence 106

Dusmet, Giovanni Benedetto, Cardinal

397

E

Earthquakes

(of 1693) 15, 254, 297, 298, 305, 306,

313, 322, 367, 371, 381, 395, 396,

405, 415, 419, 422

(of 1908) 16, 325, 443, 445

(of 1968) 167, 216

(of 1978) 484

(of 1990) 362, 381

Egadi Islands 11, 171–176, 503

Eleonora of Aragon 261

Eloro 369

Empedocles 210, 410

Enna 259–264, 514

Epicharmus, poet 357

Epicleos, architect (7C BC) 341

Eraclea Minoa 220

Erice 132, 133–139, 138, 511

Mount Etna 12, 15, 409, 409–417, 503,

513, 516

Eunus 259, 262, 264

F

Fagan, Robert 160, 484

Falconara 251

Falcone, Giovanni 16, 52, 65

Faraglioni 109

Favara 229, 513

Favignana 171

Felice da Sambuca, Fra’ (also known as

Felice da Palermo, and Gioacchino

Viscosi; 1734–1805) 107, 227, 218,

241, 469

Ferdinand II, of Aragon 252

Ferdinand II, of Bourbon 70, 215, 363,

Ferdinand IV (I of Bourbon) 417

Ferla 375

Ferraro, Antonino (fl. 1552–98) 96, 167

Ferraro, Orazio (son of Antonio;

1561–1643) 81, 167, 214

Ferraro, Tommaso (fl. 1570–89) 167

Festa, Tano (1938–88) 489

Fichera, Francesco (1881–1950) 16, 337

Ficuzza 105

Filicudi 481

Filippo della Valle (1697–1768) 343

Fiume, Salvatore (1915–97) 321

Fiumedinisi 467

Fiumefreddo 421

Fleri 410

Floresta 486

Floridia 377

Florio 171

Florio Family 70, 71

Florio, Ignazio 171

Florio, Vincenzo 153

Fondulli, Paolo (fl. 1568–1600) 53

Fornazzo 410

Forza d’Agrò 466

Francavilla di Sicilia 464, 470

Francofonte 382

Frederick II of Aragon 204, 244, 262,

397, 414, 469, 470, 485

Frederick III of Aragon 135, 241, 397

Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Holy

Roman Emperor 14, 20, 35, 91, 98,

104, 146, 216, 226, 248, 264, 285,

345, 381, 396, 397, 403, 472; tomb

31

Freri, Antonello (fl. 1479–1513) 397,

469

Frost, Honor, underwater archaeologist

157

Furetto, Orazio (fl. 1746) 69

G

Gabrieli, Onofrio (1616–c. 1705) 416,

346

Gagini, Antonello (son of Domenico;

1478–1536) 15, 24, 31, 32, 39, 41,

47, 50, 54, 56, 81, 82, 87, 92, 96, 132,

137, 146, 147, 155, 158, 159, 167,

170, 218, 287, 288, 289, 322, 343,

344, 363, 374, 407, 415, 416, 423,

425, 444, 469, 470

Gagini, Antonio (or Antonino, son of

Antonello; fl. 1541–75) 41, 54, 131,

137, 155, 159, 214, 308, 423

Gagini, Antonuzzo (fl. 1576–1627) 422,

424

Gagini, Domenico (c. 1420–92) 15, 41,

43, 63, 96, 99, 136, 155, 159, 170,

226, 260, 344, 423, 450

Gagini, Donatello (fl. 1489) 96

Gagini, Fazio (son of Antonello;

1520–67) 78

Gagini, Giacomo (1517–98) 146, 147,

155, 416

Gagini, Gian Domenico (?1503–?67) 78,

100, 101, 214, 261, 283, 287, 422,

423, 424

Gagini, Giovanni (fl. 1470–92) 195

Gagini, Nibilio (fl. 1583–1607) 423, 424

Gagini, Vincenzo (1527–95) 32, 44, 219

Gagini, family 33, 106, 276, 423

Gagini, school of 39, 86, 96, 137, 194,

208, 252, 283, 284, 304, 307, 344,

416, 422, 471, 487

Gagliano Castelferrato 290

Gagliardi, Rosario (1682–1762) 303, 314,

321, 327, 347, 363, 364, 365, 422

Galati Mamertino 487

Galimberti, Silvio (20C) 343

Gambara, Antonio (fl. early 15C) 29

Gangi 101, 101

Ganzirri 454

Garibaldi, Giuseppe 15, 20, 45, 52, 73,

103, 132, 145, 153, 155, 170, 220,

262, 285, 464, 471

Garum 173

Gaspare da Pesaro (fl. 1421–61) 85

Gaultier brothers 83

Gela 9, 193, 248, 250, 353

Gelon, tyrant of Gela 10, 89, 248, 338,

341, 344, 357, 380

Gelso 483

Gentili, Vinicio 269

Gentilini, Franco (1909–81) 156

St George, statue of, Piana degli Albanesi

103

George of Antioch 25, 73

Giacomo da Lentini, poet 146

Gianforma Family 312

Gianforma, Giuseppe (fl. 1570–90) 316,

374, 363

Giaquinto, Corrado (c. 1695–1765) 314

Giardini Naxos 463

Giarratana 327

Giarre 421

Gibellina 169

Gibil Gabib 243

Gibilmanna 95

Gigante, Andrea (1731–87) 82, 363

Ginostra 479

Gioiosa Marea 485

Giordano, Luca (1632–1705) 54, 57

Giorgio da Milano (fl. 1484–97) 97

Giorgio di Faccio, architect (16C) 57

Giorgio la Pira 317

Giovanni de Vita (20C) 326

Giovanni di Bartolo (1365–1418) 397

Giuffrè, Antonino (fl. 1463–1510) 461,

471

Giuliano, Salvatore 28, 103, 104, 167

Glaukos, boxer 323

Gloeden, Baron Wilhelm von 456

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 40, 46, 51,

61, 71, 83, 194, 208, 286, 400, 458

Gorgias, orator 382

Gorgo del Drago 105

Goro di Gregorio (14C) 446

Goya, Francisco de (1746–1828) 228

Graffeo, Giacomo (fl. 1476–1516) 85

Gramignani, Francesco (fl. mid 18C) 405

Grammichele 425

Gramsci, Antonio 108, 147

Grano, Antonio (1660–1718) 46, 56, 63

Grattieri 95

Greco, Emilio (1913–95) 400

St Gregory the Great 12, 309, 327, 427

Gresti 266

Grotta dei Ciavoli 224

Grotta del Genovese 172

Grotta del Lauro 488

Grotta dell’Uzzo 141

Grotta di Scurati 140

Grotta Perciata 374

Grotte di Gurfa 87

Guarino, Francesco (1611–54) 314

Guccione, Piero (b. 1935) 308

Guerci, Dario (19C) 304

Guercio, Gaspare (fl. 1653–69) 86

Guinaccia, Deodato (fl. 1551–81) 469

Gurges, Quintus Fabius 139

Guttuso, Renato (1912–87) 82, 169, 228

Gylippus, general 361

H

Hadrian, Emperor 269, 410

Halaesa 489

Hamilcar 86, 89

Hamilcar Barca 127, 134

Hannibal 11, 153, 165, 277, 339, 454

Hannibal Gisco 193

Hanno 171

Hardcastle, Captain Alexander 198, 208

Harris, William 160

Harrow Painter, the (5C BC) 205

Hauteville, Count Roger de 14, 20, 241,

268, 289, 290, 355, 396, 405, 443,

468, 474, 486

Hauteville, Jordain 239, 355, 468

Heliodorus 395

Hennessy Mazza, Wendy 408

Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor 14, 218,

443, tomb 31

Hieron I of Syracuse 338, 396

Hieron II 11, 276, 277, 339, 357, 358,

371, 382, 383

Hieronymus, tyrant of Syracuse 382

Hill, Mabel 456, 461

Himera 10, 60, 84, 88, 161

Himera, River 227

Himilco, general 193, 143, 410, 445

Hippocrates of Gela 248, 381

Homer 145, 175, 281, 480, 509

Hood, Alexander 417

Houbraken, Jean van (fl. 1635–74) 416

Hunt, James Leigh 320

Hyblaean Mountains 297, 319

Hyblon, King of the Sicels 297, 377, 380

I

Iannelli, Filippo (fl. 1635–91) 469

Il Gattopardo (see Leopard, The)

Ingham, Benjamin 153, 158

Inquisition, The 44

Isnello 96

Isola Bella 462, 463

Isolotto delle Correnti 371

Ispica 313

Ispica, Cava d’ 316

Itala 468

Italia, Angelo (1628–1700) 147, 228,

253, 368, 400

Ittar, Stefano (fl. 1758–90) 400, 404, 405

J

Joanna, Queen of Sicily 445

Joppolo Giancaxio 222

Judica, Baron Gabriele 372

Julius Caesar 12, 176, 518

Juvarra, Francesco (1685–1759) 446

K

Kesselring, Field-Marshal 462

Kitson, Robert 456, 462

Kleomenes 341

L

Labisi, Paolo (1720–98) 309, 364, 365,

372

Lago di Lentini 382

Lago di Piana degli Albanesi 103

Lago Maulazzo 486

Lago Soprano 247

Lake Ancipa 289

Lake Pozzillo 284

Lampedusa 212, 515

Lampedusa, Giuseppe Tomasi di 53, 70,

239, 216, 217, 228, 485, 512

Lampione 213

Lanza di Trabia Family 65

Lanza Family 56

Lanza-Filangeri 43

Laurana, Francesco (1420–1503) 15, 41,

47, 86, 168, 170, 288, 366, 372, 450

Laurana, Francesco, School of 97, 168,

170, 214

Lawrence, D.H. 403, 456

Leni 480

Lentini 382, 510, 513

Leo II, Pope 283

Leonforte 282, 516

Leontinoi 381

Leopard, The (novel) 70, 121, 216, 217,

512; (film) 53, 106, 217

Lepanto, Battle of 56, 57, 448

Lercara Friddi 106

Letojanni 466

Levanzo 8, 172, 173

Levi, Carlo 106

Licata 226

Licodia Eubea 299, 427

Ligozzi, Jacopo (1547–1626) 268

Lilybaeum 60, 149, 156–157, 161

Linguaglossa 412

Linosa 212

Lipari Painter (3C BC) 478

Lipari, Island 8, 473, 474

Lipari, Town 93, 474, 475

Liszt, Franz 303

Li Volsi, Francesco (fl. 1621–30) 106

Li Volsi, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1622–86)

107, 287, 289

Li Volsi, Giuseppe (fl. 1622–86) 96, 487

Li Volsi, Scipione (fl. 1621–30) 27, 106

Li Volsi, Stefano (fl. 1622–86) 240

Lo Monaco, Sebastiano (fl. 1766–99)

304, 346

Lo Verde, Giacomo (fl. 1625) 54, 130

Lombardo, Antonio 155

Lombards, The 267, 268, 280, 287, 469,

470

Longi 487

Louis of Aragon 397

St Lucy 347, 349

Lysippus, sculptor (4C BC) 61, 308, 346

M

Mabuse (Jan Gossaert; ?1472–1536) 49

Macalube, Volcanello di 222, 223

Madonie Mountains 95–102, 98, 515

Mafia, The 16, 20, 229, 248

Maletto 417

Malfa 480

Mancini, Giacomo, sculptor (15C) 101

Mancino, Andrea (fl. 1490–1500) 195

Mancino, Giuliano (fl. early 16C) 85,

135, 155, 214, 264, 309

Manfredi, King 285

Maniakes, George, general 339, 345, 417

Manno, Antonio (1739–1831) 58

Manuzza 165

Marabitti, Ignazio (1719–97) 24, 25, 40,

41, 44, 50, 51, 53, 54, 58, 85, 79, 82,

83, 159, 240, 287, 341, 342, 400, 469

Maratta, Carlo (1625–1713) 57

Marcellus, general 11, 378

Marco di Costanzo (c. 1468–1500) 343

Marconi, Pirro 88, 145, 199

Marettimo 174

Mariani, Giuseppe (1650–1718) 81

Marianopoli 244

Marina di Cottone 421

Marina di Ragusa 322

Marinella 160

Marino, Giovanni Battista (18C) 419

Marsala 152, 518

Martoglio, Nino 415

Marvuglia, Salvatore (fl. 18C) 53

Marvuglia, Venanzio (1729–1814) 51, 69,

70, 58, 70, 81, 312, 415, 422

Marzamemi 370

Masa, Giuseppe La 52

Masaniello 247

Mascali 410, 421

Master of Trapani Polyptych (fl. early

15C) 132

Masuccio, Natale (1561–1630) 472

Matera, Giovanni (1653–1718) 132

Matinati, Giovannello (fl. 1509–48) 416,

422

Mattanza, La 174

Maupassant, Guy de 222, 352

Maximian, Emperor 269, 271

Maxwell, Gavin 143

Mazara del Vallo 13, 158

Mazza, Antonio (fl. 1750–75) 363

Mazzarino 252

Mazzarò 462

Mazzola, Gian Domenico (1544–77) 397

Mazzola, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1513–50)

446

Mazzullo, Giuseppe (1913–88) 462

Megara Hyblaea 9, 161, 352, 377, 378,

380

Melia 466

Melilli 382

Menfi 216, 218

Merisi, Michelangelo; see Caravaggio

Messina 9, 13, 16, 250, 443–465, 516

Cristo Re 454

Duomo 443

La Badiazza 455

Maria Santissima di Dinnamare 455

Museo Regionale 450

Orion Fountain 443

Piazza Antonello 449

Punta Faro 454

San Francesco d’Assisi 449

Santissima Annunziata dei Catalani 448

Teatro Vittorio Emanuele 449

Villa Dante 448

Messina, Francesco (1900–95) 407

Messina, Gabriele (fl. 1744–57) 147

Messina, Vincenzo (fl. 1692–1729) 147,

170

Mezzojuso 106

Milazzo 471

Milena 246

Mili San Pietro 468

Milici 470

Milton, John 266

Mineo 428, 513

Minissi, Franco (b. 1919) 204, 350

Minniti, Mario (1577–1640) 318, 346,

452

Minos, King of Crete 88, 205, 221

Miranda, Francesco (fl. early 15C) 31

Mirko 156

Misilmeri 105

Misterbianco 414

Mistretta 489

Modica 306–309, 307, 514, 516

Moncada, Francesco 285

Mondello 71

Mongiuffi 466

Monreale 75–81, 77, 80, 513

Montalbano Elicona 470

Montallegro 221

Montaperto, Bishop Giovanni 159

Monte Adranone 107, 218

Monte Barbaro 143

Monte Bonifato 148

Monte Cofano 140

Monte Cuccio 81

Monte Kronio 215

Monte Pellegrino 8, 71

Monte San Giuliano 241

Montedoro 247

Montelepre 104

Monterey, California 175

Monterosso Almo 328

Montevago 217

Monteverde, Giulio (1837–1917) 405

Montorsoli, Giovanni Angelo (1507–63)

15, 443, 444, 449

Morgantina 264, 274, 276, 277

Mosaics 14, 35, 67, 78, 92, 274, 342,

470,

La Martorana 27

Villa Romana di Casale 268–269

Villa del Tellaro 369

Moschetti, Giulio (1849–1909) 346

Motta Sant’Anastasia 414

Mozia 132, 148, 150, 156

Mussolini, Benito 259

Mussomeli 245

Mycenaean influence on buildings 378

Myron, sculptor (fl. 480–440 BC) 199,

210

N

Nagasawa, Hidetoshi (b. 1940) 489

Napoli, Tommaso Maria (d. 1723) 83

Naro 228

Naselli, Gaspare 322

Naso 486

Nebrodi Mountains 486–489, 516

Necropolis 199, 218, 222, 376, 408, 471,

Mycenaean influence on 376

Nelson, Horatio 70, 152, 158, 345, 417

Neruda, Pablo 480

Nicholas V, Pope 261

Nicias 361

Nicolò da Mineo (1542–1625) 326

Nicolò da Pettineo (15C) 85

Nicolosi 410, 411

Nicosia 287

Niger, Bernardino (fl. 1513–88) 309

Nigrone, Orazio (fl. 1615) 167

Niscemi 254

Normans, The 13, 142, 227, 251, 259,

276, 306, 311, 344, 417, 445, 511, 516

Noto 218, 362–371, 516

Noto Antica 367

Noto Marina 369

Novara di Sicilia 470, 517

Novelli, Antonio (1729–18034) 103

Novelli, Pietro (Il Monrealese; 1603–47)

15, 25, 31, 33, 39, 49, 50, 53, 55, 56,

58, 81, 82, 101, 103, 147, 148, 167,

282, 287, 305, 469

Novelli, Rosalia (17C) 54

Nubia 132, 514

O

Oasi Faunistica di Vendicari 370

Occhiolà 425

Oderisio, Roberto di (fl. 1360–80) 132

Offamiglia, Gaultiero see Walter

Ognina 361

Omodei 81

Operation Husky 153, 289, 324, 408

Orsi, Paolo 176, 269, 323, 344, 349,

353, 369, 377, 426

P

Pachino 370

Pacini, Giovanni, composer 407

Padula, Pietro (fl. 1773–76) 312

Painter of Adrasto (5C BC) 478

Palermo 13, 14, 16, 19–73

Assunta 40

Botanical Garden 51

La Cala 44

Cappella Palatina 34, 35

Carmine Maggiore 39

Castello Maniace 61

Casuccini Collection 60

Cathedral 28, 29, 32

Convento dei Cappuccini 69

Corso Vittorio Emanuele 27

La Cuba 44

La Favorita 70

Fontana della Vergogna 21

Galleria Regionale della Sicilia 46

Gesù 39

International Marionette Museum 45

La Gancia 49

La Magione 52

La Martorana 25, 511

Mercato delle Pulci 63

Museo Archeologico della Fondazione

Mormino 65

Museo Archeologico Regionale Salinas

58, 163, 164

Museo d’Arte Islamica 65

Museo Diocesano 33

Oratorio del Rosario di San Domenico

54

Palazzo della Aquile 24

Palazzo Comitini 40

Palazzo Mirto 43

Palazzo dei Normanni 35

Palazzo Sclafani 28, 47

Piazza Bellini 25

Quattro Canti 21

Roman Houses 33

Sant’Agostino 62

San Cataldo 27

Santa Cita 56

San Domenico 53

San Francesco d’Assisi 41, 42

San Giovanni degli Eremiti 38

San Giovanni dei Lebbrosi 73

San Giovanni dei Napoletani 44

San Giussepe dei Teatini 24, 25

Sant’Ignazio all’Olivella 58

Santa Maria degli Agonizzanti 40

Santa Maria della Catena 44

Santa Maria della Pietà 46

Santa Maria dello Spasimo 51

San Matteo 40

San Nicolò da Tolentino 40

Santi Quaranta Martiri alla Guilla 64

Santuario di Santa Rosalia 72

San Salvatore 28

Santo Spirito 72

Settimo, Ruggero, tomb 54

Teatro Massimo 64

Villa Giulia 51

Villa Whitaker 58

Villa Whitaker Malfitano 67

Vucciria 53

La Zisa 65

Paladini, Filippo (1544–1616) 54, 56,

57, 58, 81, 226, 240, 241, 251, 252,

253, 253, 261, 265, 268, 276, 309,

424, 427

Paladino, Letterio (1691–1743) 471

Palagonia 428

Palazzo Adriano 106

Palazzolo Acreide 371

Pallavicini, Camillo 171

Palma di Montechiaro 228, 353

Palma, Andrea (1644–1730) 28, 54, 341

Palma Giovane (Jacopo Negretti;

1544–1628) 57

Palma, Nicolò (18C) 40, 83

Palumbo, Francesco Minà 97

Panarea 479

Pantalica 350, 375

Pantelleria 175, 515

Paolo d’Aversa 268

Papale, Fra’ Benedetto (14C) 308

Parat, Pierre (b. 1928) 354

Parlatore, Filippo 51

Parmenides, athlete 323

Partanna, Province of Palermo 71

Partanna, Province of Trapani 170

Partinico 104

Passopisciaro 410, 418

Patania, Giuseppe (1780–1852) 103

Paternò 414

Patricolo, Giuseppe (1834–1905) 167

Patti 484

St Paul 355

Pecorini 481

Pelagian Islands 212, 503

Pellegrino, Paolo 152

Peloritan Mountains 466

Pennino, Filippo (fl. 1756–97) 58

Pennino, Giacomo (fl. 18C) 53, 63

Pennino, Leonardo (1765–1850) 53

Pepoli, Count Agostino 138

Periander, King of Corinth 275

Perini, Armando 309

Peter II of Aragon 265

Peter of Aragon 14, 127, 456

Petralia Soprana 100

Petralia Sottana 100

Phalaris, tyrant of Acragas 193, 205

Pheidias (c. 490 BC–430 BC) 150

Phelps, Daphne 462

Philip Augustus of France 445

Philip II of Spain 155, 170, 251

Philip IV of Spain 419

Philoxenos of Eritrea 33

Phoenicians 9, 156, 162, 205, 218, 272,

323, 412, 518

Phyntias 248

Piana degli Albanesi 103

Piana dei Colli 70

Piano della Corte 284

Piano Provenzana 412

Piazza Armerina 12, 266, 272, 273, 503

Piazzi, Giuseppe 35

Picano, Giuseppe (fl. 1758–90) 285

Piccolo, Baron Lucio 485

Piedimonte Etneo 418

Pietraperzia 276

Pietro d’Asaro (Il Monocolo di Racalmuto;

1591–1647) 228, 243, 246

Pietro da Bonitate (fl. 1466–1501) 41,

444

Pindar 193

Pirajno, Enrico (Baron Mandralisca) 93

Pirandello, Fausto (1899–1975) 169

Pirandello, Luigi 211, 225

Pirrone, Giuseppe (1898–1978) 363

Pisano, Nino (14C) 131

Pitrè, Giuseppe 70

Pizzo Carbonara 95

Pizzolungo 140

Platania, Giacinto (1647–1720) 287

Platen, August von 350

Plato 10, 509

Pliny the Elder 172

Poggioreale 170

Poidomani, Gaspare (16C) 322

Polidoro Caldara da Caravaggio (Polidoro

Caldara; ?1500–46) 284, 314, 444, 451

Polygnotus of Athens, painter (5C BC)

207, 353

Polizzi Generosa 98

Pollina 97, 515

Polybius 153, 210

Pomodoro, Arnaldo (b. 1926) 169

Pomodoro, Giò (15C) 217

Pompillion, Benedetto (Baldassare

Pampillonia; 1673–1741) 82

Ponte Capodarso 242

Ponte dei Saraceni 414

Portella della Ginestra 103

Porto Empedocle 210, 503

Porto Palo 160

Portopalo di Capo Passero 370

Pozzallo 317

Praxiteles (c. 400 BC–330 BC) 160, 352

Preti, Mattia (Il Cavalier Calabrese;

1613–99) 452

Prizzi 106

Procopius 322

Procopio de’Coltelli 517

Provenzano, Domenico (1736–94) 245

Publius Rupilius, consul 264

Punic War, First 11, 71, 106, 131, 143,

157, 244, 259

Punic War, Second 153, 259

Puppet Theatres 45, 127, 377

Pyrrhus 339, 396

Q

Quartararo, Riccardo (1443–1506) 49

Quasimodo, Salvatore 309

Quattrocchi, Filippo (fl. early 18C) 374,

479

Quattropani 479

R

Racalmuto 228

Raffadali 222

Ragalna 513

Ragusa 297–305, 301, 516, 519

Ragusa, Giovanni Battista (fl. 1713–27)

41, 58

Ramacca 512

Randazzo 60, 415

Randazzo, Filippo (Il Monocolo di

Nicosia; d. 1744) 288

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio; 1483–1520) 51

Realmonte 221

Regalbuto 285

Regaleali 106

Regulus, Attilius, general 227

Reitana 420

Reni, Guido (1575–1642) 207

Resuttano 243

Rhodes 205

Ribera, Jusepe de (Lo Spagnoletto;

1588–1652) 219, 287

Ribera 219, 515

Ricca, Michele (fl. 1639) 195

Riccio, Antonello (fl. late 16C) 155, 448

Riccio, Mariano (fl. 1510–93) 155

Richard I, King (Coeur de Lion) 445

Riesi 254

Rifugio Sapienza 411

Rinazzo 410

Riolo, Vincenzo (1772–1837) 101

Riposto 421

Rizzo, Pietro (fl. 1590–1601) 342

Robbia, Andrea della (1435–1525) 130,

428

Robbia, della, school of 107, 141, 450

Roccapalumba 88

Roccavaldina 468

Rodì 470

Rodriquez, Alonzo (1578–1648) 452

Roger, Count (First King of Sicily) see

Hauteville

Roger II, King 14, 20, 27, 35, 36, 38, 90,

92, 322; tomb 31

Roger of Lauria, Admiral 421, 485

Rome 11, 12, 139, 157, 285, 445, 452,

339

Rosa, Salvator (1615–73) 287

St Rosalia 24, 32, 72

Rosolini 371

Rossi, Mariano (1731–1807) 214

Rutelli, Mario (1859–1941) 64, 75, 167,

321

Ruzzolone, Pietro (fl. 84–1526) 85, 97,

284, 427

S

Sabucina 242

Salaparuta 170

Salemi 159, 170

Salerno, Giuseppe; see Zoppo di Gangi

Salina 480, 516

Salt Mines 247

Sambuca di Sicilia 217

Sant’Alfio 418

Sant’Agata di Militello 488

Sant’Angelo Muxaro 224

San Biagio Platani 224

San Cataldo 247

Santa Caterina Villarmosa 243

San Cipirello 104, 519

San Corrado Confalonieri, hermitage of

367

Santa Croce Camerina 322

San Cusumano 140

San Fratello 488

San Fratello Horses 486

San Giuseppe Jato 103, 513

Santa Lucia del Mela 468

San Marco d’Alunzio 487

Santa Margherita di Belice 216

Santa Maria del Bosco 107

Santa Maria la Scala 420

Santa Marina 480

San Martino delle Scale 81, 247

Santa Ninfa 170

San Pantaleo 149

San Vincenzo 479

San Vito lo Capo 140

Santo Stefano di Camastra 489

Santo Stefano Quisquina 225

Sandoval Family 66, 67

Saracens 47, 141, 145, 222, 259, 267,

311, 417

Savoca 466

Savoy, Duke of; see Vittorio Amedeo II, King

of Sicily

Scaglione, Francesco 214

Scaletta Zanclea 468

Scari 479

Schifano, Mario (b. 1934) 169

Sciacca 213

Sciascia, Leonardo 225, 228, 229

Scicli 310, 311

Scifo Forest 469

Scilla, Agostino (1629–1700) 240, 343,

452

Scipio 199, 153

Scipione di Blasi (fl. 16C) 262

Scipione di Guido (fl. 1581–1614) 261,

424

Sclafani Bagni 98

Scopello 141, 142

Scordia 428

Scott, Sir Walter 215

Segesta 10, 134, 141, 143, 144

Selinunte 60, 132, 143, 160166, 161,

168, 213, 221, 274, 380

Sellito, Carlo (1581–1614) 452

Sentinello Ware 8

Serassi Brothers (fl. 18C–19C) 304

Serenario, Gaspare (1694–1759) 50, 63

Serpotta, Gaspare (d. 1669) 32, 54, 167

Serpotta, Giacomo (1656–1732) 15, 38,

39, 40, 41, 43, 50, 53, 54, 56, 57, 63,

146, 194

Serpotta, Giuseppe (1653–1719) 39

Serpotta, Procopio (1679–1755) 24, 40,

46, 58

Serpotta, school of 87

Serradifalco 247

Servile War, First 264, 456

Sharp, William 417

Sicani Mountains 224

Sicels, The 8, 227, 277, 282, 299, 376,

464

Sicilian School 146

Sicilian Vespers 14, 20, 25, 52, 73, 218,

127, 267, 281

Siculiana 221

Simone da Corleone (fl. 1377–88) 44

Sinatra, Vincenzo (1707–87) 314, 363,

365, 371

Siragusa, Antonino (fl. early 16C) 87

Siragusa, Federico (fl. 18C–19C) 85

Sjoqvist, Erik 279

Skyllos, sculptor (7C BC) 299

Slow Food Organization 167

Sofiana 254

Solunto 62, 83

Sommatino 243

Sortino 377

Sozzi, Olivio (1690–1765) 44, 46, 56,

63, 284, 314, 315, 321, 363, 383, 400,

405, 427

Spadafora, Francesco 245

Spagnuolo, Pietro (fl. late 16C–early 17C)

342

Sperlinga 289

Steinbeck, John 175, 456

Stentinello Culture 350, 474

Stesichorus, poet 89, 407

Stomer, Matthias (1600–50) 54, 81, 87

Strabo 139

Stromboli 479

Sturzo, Luigi 423

Sughi, Alberto (b. 1928) 156

Sulphur Mines 225, 239, 247, 254, 265

Sutera 245

Swinburne, Captain Charles Henry 215

Syracuse 8, 10, 12, 13, 161, 247, 250,

323, 337–361, 513, 509

Achradina 347

Castello Eurialo 358

Church and Catacombs of San

Giovanni 354

Duomo 341

Fonte Aretusa 345

Fonte Ciane 361

Greek Theatre 356, 357

Museo Archeologico Regionale Paolo

Orsi 349

Neapolis: Parco Archeologico 355

Ortygia 337

Piazza Archimede 346

Plemmyrion 361

Roman Amphitheatre 358

T

Tamburini of Crema, organ makers 446

Tancredi, Filippo (1655–1725) 452

Taormina 12, 455, 503

Tartaglio, Giacomo (1678–1751) 128

Tassara, Giovanni Battista (1841–1916)

397

Tedeschi, Gregorio (fl. 1609–34) 349

Termini Imerese 84

Terrasini 105

Thapsos 8, 350, 378

Theodore, King of Navarre 127

Theron, tyrant of Acragas 193, 195, 204,

209, 221

Thucydides 8, 10, 355

Tiberius, Emperor 134

Timoleon 10, 193, 221, 250, 283, 338,

357, 380, 396

Tipa, Andrea (fl. 18C) 128, 132

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; c. 1485–1576)

132

Titus, Emperor 176

Tomasi, Giuseppe see Lampedusa, Giuseppe

Tomasi di

Tommaso de Vigilia (fl. 1460–97) 39, 49,

107, 148

Tonnara di Bonagia 140

Tornatore, Giuseppe 82

Trapani 127–133, 133, 503, 515

Trecastagni 415

Trevelyan, Florence 458, 459, 463

Trigona, Baron Marco 267

Trinacria 92, 156, 204

Trinità di Delia 168

Tripisciano, Michele (1860–1913) 239,

240

Triscina 166

Triumph of Death, fresco, Galleria

Regionale della Sicilia, Palermo 46, 47

Troina 290

Trollope, Fanny 320

Tuccari, Giovanni (1667–1743) 400, 418,

452

Turin Shroud 92

Tusa 489

Tyndaris 484

U

Uccello, Antonio 372

Ulmo 218

Umile da Petralia, Fra’ (1580–1639) 24,

96, 98, 100, 166, 240, 284, 287, 289,

290, 321, 328, 407, 416, 469, 487

Urban II, Pope 10

Ustica 108, 515

V

Vaccarini, Giovanni Battista (1702–69)

395, 396, 405, 472

Vaccaro, Bongiovanni (1809–89) 424

Vaccaro, Francesco (1808–82) 424

Vaccaro, Giacomo (1847–1931) 425

Vaccaro, Giuseppe (brother of Francesco;

1793–1866) 424

Vaccaro, Mario (son of Francesco; b.

1845) 424

Vaccaro Family 422

Valenti, Francesco (fl. 1868) 446

Valguarnera Caropepe 266

Valguarnera Family 283

Vallelunga Pratameno 244

Van Dyck, Sir Antony (1599–1641) 49,

54

Vasari, Giorgio (1512–74) 51

Vassallaggi 247

Vasta, Pier Paolo (1697–1780) 414, 419

Vazano, Gaspare; see Zoppo di Gangi

Velasquez, Giuseppe (also known as

Giuseppe Velasco; 1750–1827) 31, 38,

54, 287, 363, 415

Vella, Enrico, ceramicist 425

Venetico 468

Ventimiglia Family 97, 244

Verga, Giovanni 402–403, 407, 420, 426

Vermexio, Andrea (fl. 1594–1643) 345,

347

Vermexio, Giovanni (fl. 1618–48) 341,

343

Verres, Caius 12, 199, 282, 339, 344,

367

Vespasian, Emperor 176

Vicari 106

Vignerio, Jacopo (fl. 16C) 458

Villa Romana del Casale see Casale

Villa del Tellaro 369

Villafranca Sicula 219

Villalba 244

Villareale, Valerio (1773–1854) 469

Villarosa 265

Villasmundo 383

Vincenzo da Pavia (fl. 1518–57) 27, 33,

41, 44, 46, 49, 50, 54, 58, 214, 314

Vinci, Gaetano (1888–1964) 369

Virgil 421

Vitaliano, Gioacchino (fl. late 17C) 56

Vitaliano, Vincenzo (fl. 1745–53) 240

Vittoria 317

Vittorini, Elio 311

Vittorio Amedeo II, King of Sicily 286

Vittorio Emanuele II, King of Italy 128

Vizzini 426

Vulcano 473, 482

W

Wagner, Richard 64, 218, 420

Walter of the Mill 28, 32, 72, 76

Weyden, Rogier van der (c.

1399/1400–1464) 99, 423

Whitaker, Joseph (Pip) 67, 149

Wilhelm II, Kaiser 456

William I 66, 86, 269; sarcophagus 78

William II 77, 445; sarcophagus 78

Williams, Tennessee 457, 458

Woodhouse, John 153, 158

Worbrecht, Simon de (fl. 1557–86) 63

World War, First 327, 515

World War, Second 16, 285, 327, 339,

361, 363

X

Ximenes, Ettore (1855–1926) 261

Z

Zafferana Etnea 415

Zeuxis, painter (5C–4C BC) 198, 344

Zichichi, Antonino 134

Zingaro, Riserva Naturale dello 141

Zoppo di Gangi 40, 44, 50, 58, 81, 96,

99, 100, 468; (Gaspare Vazano;

1553–1630) 63, 96, 102, 268;

(Giuseppe Salerno; 1570–1632) 63,

99, 102, 102, 219

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