Essential source on Byz. Italy and its relations with neighboring principalities by an anonymous 10th-C. monk of Salerno (perhaps Radoald, abbot of S. Chronicon Salernitanum. A Critical Edition with Studies on Literary and Historical Sources and on Language, by Ulla Westerbergh. Front Cover. SALERNO. Chronicon Salernitanum: a critical edition with studies on literary and historical sources, and on languages. Front Cover. Ulla Westerbergh. Almquist & Wiksell.

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The Chronicon Salernitanumor ” Salerno Chronicle “, is an anonymous 10th century chronicle of the history of the Principality of Salerno. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Are you certain this article is inappropriate? According to the Arab historian Ibn al-Athir, Euphemios then launched a raid against Ifriqiya, where he seized a number of merchant vessels before they could enter safe ports, and devastated the coasts.

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He was proclaimed by the fleet crews as emperor, and sailed Landulf of Conza died aftera Lombard nobleman, salednitanum briefly Prince of Benevento in and then briefly Prince of Salerno in Please enter your name. History Sources Additional Physical Format: Principate of Salerno in the 9th century light brown The Lombard Principality of Salerno was a South Italian state, formed in out of the Principality of Benevento after a decade-long civil war.


Longobardi were a Germanic people who ruled most of the Italian Peninsula from to Please enter the message. The port city of Salerno owed allegiance to the Western Emperor, but throughout its history was practically independent and for brief periods even entered into the vassalage of the Byzantine Empire. Remember me on this computer.

References Excerpt from the Chronicon Salernitanum. Arabic medical treatises, both those that were translations of Greek texts and those that were originally written in Arabic, had accumulated in the library of Montecassino, where they were translated into Latin; thus the received lore of Hippocrates, Galen and Dioscorides was supplemented and invigorated by Arabic medical practice, known from contacts with Sicily and North Africa.

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