May 1, 2018
The twelfth-century mantle of King Roger II of Sicily traverses geographical and cultural boundaries, primarily challenging modern day conceptions of strict divisions between Christian and Islamic societies.

July 24, 2016
Rainulfo II of Alife became the “rebel king” of the southern Italian peninsula following a victory on 24 July 1132 at the Battle of Nocera during which the Norman ruler, Roger II, was briefly deposed.

October 20, 2013
The Bourbon Palace at Caserta – the Versailles of Italy – has received a 22-million euro grant for much-needed repairs .

August 9, 2013
Tina Lepri and Ermanno Rivetti report in the Art Newspaper that Italian police have recovered more than 500 stolen artifacts, estimated to be worth around €2m and intended for the black market.

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