The close relationship between Naples and Sicily and the export of Neapolitan majolica for pharmacy to the island in the Aragonese

Author/s Guido Donatone
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2020/1
Language Italian Pages 7 P. 93-99 File size 165 KB
DOI 10.3280/ASSO2020-001010
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The author investigates the relationship between Neapolitan and Sicilian ceramics in the Aragonese age. The art of ceramics from Muslim Sicily flows into the Norman-Swabian era in the peninsula. An important role in the dissemination of knowledge of the products of southern Italy was played by the fairs, established by Emperor Frederick II of Swabia starting from 1234. That of Viterbo (1240), in particular, was strategic in promoting the knowledge of southern pottery in the central and northern regions.

Keywords: Neapolitan pottery, Sicilian pottery, Aragonese pottery, Norman- Swabian pottery

Guido Donatone, Gli stretti rapporti tra Napoli e la Sicilia e l’esportazione della maiolica partenopea da farmacia nell’isola in età aragonese in "ARCHIVIO STORICO PER LA SICILIA ORIENTALE" 1/2020, pp 93-99, DOI: 10.3280/ASSO2020-001010