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ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins


ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins
ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins
ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins
ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins
ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins
ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins

ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins    ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins

Coin / Size; 28.9 mm / weight; 3. King enthroned, sceptre in R hand & globus cruciger in left.. Translation;(Robert, by grace of God, King of Sicily & Jerusalem).

Center Cross fleury with leafy ends, quartered with four lilies.. Reverse translation: (The king's honor loves justice). 1276 - 20 January 1343, was. From 1309 to 1343, the central figure of Italian politics of his time. Robert was born around 1276, the third son of the future Charles II of Naples (then heir apparent) and his wife Mary of Hungary. His father was the son of the incumbent King of Naples. Who had established an Italian realm a decade earlier in 1266. Directed against his grandfather Charles, Robert was the hostage of.

In 1285, Robert's grandfather died at Foggia in Italy, leading to his father (then a hostage) becoming King of Naples as Charles II, with Robert's elder brother. After the death of his elder brother.

In 1295, Robert, became heir to the crown of Naples, passing over his child-nephew. To obtain the crown of neighbouring Sicily, he married. However, the Sicilian barons refused him and elected James' brother. The war continued, and with the. (1302) Robert and the Angevin dynasty lost Sicily forever, their rule limited to the south of peninsular Italy.

Robert inherited the position of papal champion in Italy; his reign being blessed from the papal enclave within Robert's Provence, by the French. Who made him papal vicar in.

Where Robert intervened in the war of factions in Florence, accepted the offered signiory of that city, but had to abandon it due to Clement's opposition. Party in Italy, Robert opposed the sojourn of. In Italy (1311-13) and his occupation of. After Henry's death, the Guelph reaction against the. Made it seem for a time that Robert would become the arbiter of Italy.

Already ruler of wide possessions in. Robert's prestige increased further when in 1313 the pope named him Senator of Rome, and when he became Lord of. (1319) and from 1314 onwards held the resounding papal title of imperial vicar of all Italy, during the absence in Italy of the Holy Roman Emperor, vacante imperio.

In 1328 he fought another emperor who had ventured into Italy. Robert's hegemony in Italy was diminished only by the constant menace of Aragonese Sicily.

When the succession to the. In 1336, Robert intervened on behalf of Manfred, for Thomas had married into the. He succeeded in taking it and sacking it, setting the city on fire and imprisoning Thomas, who had to pay a ransom.

The whole dramatic incident is recorded by. However, when his viceroy Reforza d'Angoult was defeated in the. (22 April 1345), Angevin power in Piedmont began to crumble. As a center of early Renaissance culture and of religious dissent, supporting the Joachimite prophesies of the Spiritual Franciscans. At Robert's death in 1343, he was succeeded by his 16-year-old granddaughter. His son Charles having predeceased him in 1328. Joanna was already betrothed to her cousin, the 15-year-old. Son of the Angevin king of Hungary.

In his last will and testament Robert explicitly excluded the claims of Andrew of Hungary, clearly mandated that he become prince of Salerno and specified that Joanna alone assume the crown in her own right, to be succeeded by her legitimate offspring. If she were to die without heir, her younger sister Maria, newly named the duchess of Calabria, and her legitimate offspring would inherit the throne.

There is no mention in the will that Andrew be crowned king; and this historiographical tradition is largely the result of later historians' accepting without examination the assertions of Hungarian royal propaganda following Andrew's murder at. This propaganda, the Hungarian assault on Joanna following the murder of Andrew, and the invasion of the Regno by. Eventually led to the end of Angevin rule in Naples. King Robert was nicknamed "the peace-maker of Italy" due to the years of significant changes he made to.

The city and nation's economy lay in the hands of. Merchants, who erected superb buildings, monuments and statues that drastically changed King Robert's capital from a dirty seaport to a city of elegance and medieval splendor. To produce a tomb for his son, who should have been his heir, and. Painted several works for him. Flourished under the patronage of the king dismissed by.

As a re di sermone, "king of words", attracting students from all parts of Italy. There was virtually no middle class in the South to balance the local interests and centripetal power of the entrenched aristocracy, who retained the feudal independence that had been their bargain with the Angevins' Norman predecessors. As a cultured man and a generous patron of the arts, "unique among the kings of our day, " Boccaccio claimed after Robert's death, a friend of knowledge and virtue. Petrarch asked to be examined by Robert before being crowned as poet in the.

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  1. Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  2. Denomination: SILVER Gigliato Coin
  3. Composition: Silver
  4. Year: 1309-1343 AD.
  5. Certification Number: ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato NGC-UNC
  6. Grade: UNC
  7. KM Number: ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato NGC-UNC
  8. Country/Region of Manufacture: Italy
  9. Certification: NGC


ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins    ROBERT d' ANJOU, Italy, NAPLES 1309-43 SILVER Gigliato Coin NGC-UNC +COA GGcoins