Dai conti del Seprio ai conti di Castelseprio. Una messa a punto con qualche restauro e alcune novità

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] From the accounts of Seprio to the counts of Castelseprio. A fine-tuning with some restorations and some new features

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The existence of a sepriese district is attested with certainty since the Longobard age, but only in the IX century there is news of a count, Giovanni. In 961 with Nantelmo began the information on the dynasty of comite officials of the Salary Seprio law, to which the bishops Odelrico of Cremona also belonged at the end of the 10th century, and Dionigi of Piacenza in the second half of the XI. Precisely the presence of Dionysius favored the establishment of a group of family members of the bishop in the Piacenza area, in which the ancestors of the counts of Bardi are recognized. The accounts remained in the Seprio after the serious setback suffered following the defeat of King Arduino, with which they had lined up, lost progressively importance and failed to create their territorial lordship dispersing in multiple traceable lineages, from the 12th century onwards , in the villages around Castelseprio and in Milan marked by the title of comites de Castro Seprio.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] From the accounts of Seprio to the counts of Castelseprio. A fine-tuning with some restorations and some new features
Original languageItalian
Title of host publication1287 e dintorni. Ricerche su Castelseprio a 730 anni dalla distruzione. Atti della Giornata di studi (Milano 27 novembre 2017)
EditorsM. Sannazaro, S. Lusuardi Siena, C. Giostra
Pages66-91
Number of pages26
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Arduino
  • Dionigi di Piacenza
  • Milano
  • Nantelmo
  • Odelrico di Cremona
  • Seprio
  • abbazia di Capolago
  • conti di Bardi

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