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  2. History of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Feb 14, 2021 · The history of Sicily has been influenced by numerous ethnic groups. It has seen Sicily sometimes controlled by external powers – Phoenician and Carthaginian, Greek, Roman, Vandal and Ostrogoth, Byzantine Greek, Islamic, Norman, Aragonese and Spanish – but also experiencing important periods of independence, as under the indigenous Sicanians, Elymians and Sicels, and later as the County of ...

  3. Palermo - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · The Arabs shifted the Greek name into Balarm ( Arabic: بَلَرْم ‎), the root for Palermo's present-day name. Following the Norman conquest, Palermo became the capital of a new kingdom (from 1130 to 1816), the Kingdom of Sicily and the capital of the Holy Roman Empire under Emperor Frederick II and King Conrad IV .

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  4. Southern Italy - Wikipedia

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    Feb 05, 2021 · Southern Italy covers the historical and cultural region that was once politically under the administration of the former Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily (officially denominated Regnum Siciliae citra Pharum and ultra Pharum, that is "Kingdom of Sicily on the other side of the Strait" and "across the Strait"), and which later shared a common organization into Italy's largest pre-unitarian state, the Bourbon-led Kingdom of the two Sicilies.

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  5. William II of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    2 days ago · William II (December 1153 – 11 November 1189), called the Good, was king of Sicily from 1166 to 1189. Our understanding of William's character is very indistinct. Lacking in military enterprise, secluded and pleasure-loving, he seldom emerged from his palace life at Palermo.

  6. Roger II of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Feb 18, 2021 · Roger II (22 December 1095 – 26 February 1154) was King of Sicily and Africa, son of Roger I of Sicily and successor to his brother Simon.He began his rule as Count of Sicily in 1105, became Duke of Apulia and Calabria in 1127, then King of Sicily in 1130 and King of Africa in 1148.

  7. Manfred, King of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Feb 17, 2021 · Manfred (Sicilian: Manfredi di Sicilia; 1232 – 26 February 1266) was the last King of Sicily from the Hohenstaufen dynasty, reigning from 1258 until his death. The natural son of the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II, Manfred became regent over the kingdom of Sicily on behalf of his nephew Conradin in 1254.

  8. Sicily definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Jan 28, 2021 · Sicily definition: the largest island in the Mediterranean , separated from the tip of SW Italy by the... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

  9. Constance, Queen of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Feb 17, 2021 · When Henry returned to Germany in 1195, Constance ruled Sicily and issued diplomas in her own name. She was crowned as queen regnant on 2 April at Bari. In 1196 Henry VI had Richard, Count of Acerra brother of Sibylla hanged in revenge for the capture of Constance.

  10. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Feb 07, 2021 · An army sent to invade the Kingdom of Sicily under the command of Cardinal Pietro Capocci was crushed in the Marche at the Battle of Cingoli in 1250. In the first month of that year the indomitable Ranieri of Viterbo died and the Imperial condottieri again reconquered Romagna, the Marche and Spoleto; and Conrad, King of the Romans , scored ...

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