Archbishop Pierre d'Ameil in Naples and the Affair of Aimon III of Geneva (1363-1364)

@article{Setton1953ArchbishopPD,
  title={Archbishop Pierre d'Ameil in Naples and the Affair of Aimon III of Geneva (1363-1364)},
  author={Kenneth Meyer Setton},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1953},
  volume={28},
  pages={643 - 691}
}
  • K. Setton
  • Published 1 October 1953
  • History
  • Speculum
THE present article deals with a lady in distress and some documents in cipher. More particularly it deals with some fourteen months of diplomacy and intrigue at the court of Queen Joanna I of Naples in 1363-1364. Except for Queen Joanna, most of the persons involved are not very well known to history and to historians. Sometimes it seems almost as much to chance as to merit that fame attaches itself to a poet, a painter, or a scientist, to a king, a soldier, or a merchant; historians fasten… 
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