A Documentary History
of Naples

Ronald G. Musto,
General Editor

THIS SERIES brings together leading scholars to present the first comprehensive collection of primary-source materials, in English translation, on the structures, history, arts, and culture of this major world city.

TOGETHER, these six volumes are the work of eight scholars. They present 2,322 pages, 758 illustrations, 651 readings, plus appendices, maps, and indexes.

TITLES in the series take full advantage of the latest digital technologies to offer free, open-access bibliographies, online galleries of photographs, prints and paintings, ground plans and elevations, interactive Google mapping and imaging. Volumes are available in print (hardcover and paperback) and in digital (through Kindle, JSTOR, and ProQuest).

THESE VOLUMES are ideal for the scholar, student, and traveler as an introduction to — and an important milestone for — the current state of knowledge on the city of Naples and its environs. The series includes:

1. Ancient Naples: From Its Origins to c. 350 CE
by Rabun M. Taylor

2. Medieval Naples: An Architectural & Urban History, 400–1400
by Caroline Bruzelius & William Tronzo

3. Medieval Naples: A Documentary History, 400-1400
by Ronald G. Musto

1. General and Multiperiod
2. Late Ancient and Byzantine
3. Ducal
4. Norman
5. Hohenstaufen
6. Angevin

4. Renaissance Naples, 1400-1600
by Charlotte Nichols and James H. Mc Gregor

5. Baroque Naples, 1600-1800
by Jeanne Chenault Porter

6. Modern Naples, 1799-1999
by John Santore

Updated 03/26/21

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