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Ancona, the Adriatic and the Mediterranean

  • Niccolò Fattori
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Migration History book series (PSMH)

Abstract

This chapter provides an outline of the history of Ancona, stressing its importance in the commercial and political system that had emerged in the Adriatic from the twelfth century, looking at its turbulent relationship with Venice and at its consequences, particularly its alliance with Byzantium and Ragusa. It also describes the emergence of Ancona as an important centre of trade, and how this led to the settlement of a Greek community.

Keywords

Byzantium Venice Ancona Ragusa Adriatic 

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  • Niccolò Fattori
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  1. 1.Independent ScholarTwickenhamUK

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