List of maps
|Preface & Acknowledgments||ix|
|The Chronicle of an Anonymous Roman|
|The people drive Senator Giacomo Savelli from the Campidoglio.The knighting of Messer Stefano Colonna and Messer Napoleone Orsini||64|
|3.||The prince of Morea is defeated at the Porta Castel Sant’Angelo. The origins of the Guelfs and Ghibellines. The character of Dante and how he died||
|4.||Pope John and the coming of the Bavarian to Rome, his departure, and the antipope that he created||
|5.||The monster born in Rome.
The papal legate is slain in Bologna
|6.||Fra Venturino comes to Rome with the Doves.
The bell tower of St. Peter’s is burned
|7.||Pope Benedict and the roof of St. Peter’s in Rome, which was rebuilt||82|
|8.||The comet that appeared in parts of Lombardy.
The defeat of the tyrant Messer Mastino by the Venetians
|9.||A very cruel famine. The battle of Parabiagio in Lombardy. Various new fashions||97|
|10.||The death of King Robert and the coming of the queen of Hungary to Rome||110|
|11.||The battle for Spain, the destruction of Algeciras, and the siege of Gibraltar||117|
|12.||The duke of Athens is driven from Florence.
Pope Benedict dies. Pope Clement is elected
|13.||The crusade carried out at Smyrna in Turkey||146|
|14.||The battle for France, in which the king of Bohemia dies and the king of England defeats the king of France||161|
|15.||A great flood and the extent of the waters||175|
|16.||A ship run aground and robbed on the Roman coast||179|
|17.||Leonardo of Orvieto is captured by Rome||182|
|18.||The great deeds of Cola di Rienzo, august tribune of Rome||183|
|19.||The death of Andrew, king of Puglia, by hanging.
How justice followed after this death
|20.||The king of Hungary enters Italy.
The death of the duke of Durazzo, who is beheaded
|21.||The cruel mortality that afflicted the whole world.
The steps of Sta. Maria in Aracoeli
|22.||The earthquake in Italy||245|
|23.||The fifty-year Jubilee in Rome.
The king of Hungary’s return to Rome and Puglia
|24.||The Perugians lay siege to Bettona, raze that place to its foundations, and behead the traitor, Messer Crispolto||254|
|25.||The bell tower of St. Peter’s in Rome burns.
The pope loses control of the Senate. Pope Clement dies.
|26.||A senator is stoned by the Romans.
The magnificent deeds of Messer Egidio Conchese of Spain, cardinal legate, to retake the Patrimony, the March of Ancona, and Romagna
|27.||Messer Cola di Rienzo returns to Rome and reassumes
power amid much rejoicing.
He is cruelly slain by the people of Rome
|28.||Emperor Charles comes to Rome.
His coronation and his departure for Germany