The civil history of the kingdom of Naples. In two volumes. Vol. I. Wherein is contain'd, The History of that Kingdom (comprizing also the general Affairs of Europe) under the Romans, Goths, Greeks, Dongobakds, Normans, and the Princes of the House of Suevia, 'till the Death of the Emperor Frederick II. in the Year 1250. With the History of the Civil, Canon, and Feodal Laws; the Ecclesiastical Polity; the Succession of the Popes, and by what subtle Arts the pontificate gain'd upon the Regale. Where the Author clearly demonstrates, That the Temporal Dominion and Power exercis'd by the Popes, has been altogether owing to the Ignorance, and Connivance of, or Concessions extorted from Secular Princes during the dark Ages, &c. Written in Italian, by Pietro Giannone, Civilian and Advocate in Naples; and publish'd Anno 1723. publish'd anno 1723. Translated into English, by Captain James Ogilvie

Publication Date1729
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