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HISTORY OF MORRONE

INDEX HISTORY

The Samnites
The Romans
The Normans
Historical chronology
The Charter of Carlo II d’Angiò
The Census of 1532
The appraisal of Morrone of 1593
Historical Events
1614 visit of Monsigor Eustacchio
1734 visit of Monsignor Tria
Luigi Cinelli
Miscellaneous
Parochial Archive
Customs
Traditions
Weights and Measures
Markets and Fairs
The Feast of San Giuseppe
The Territory
Migratory route for herds
Surnames and Nicknames
Vanished surnames
Experts and Masters from Morrone
Famous People
Santa Maria in Casalpiano
Franco Valente: Casalpiano
The Toponymy of Morrone

Rural Life
A stroll around Morrone
Panoramic photo
Old prayers
Morronese cookbook
Postcards from Morrone
The portals of house
Morronese crafts
 

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YESTERDAY AND TODAY


Old photo album
Current photo album
Photos from viewers of the site
Songs from Morrone
Earthquake from Morrone
My page

I Miaban
The Newspaper of Morrone
 

THE MOLISE


INDEX MOLISE

The Molise territory
Molise in the norman period
The road system
Pre-norman fortifications and settlements
Urban development: the church and the castle
Relations with the Church
Architecture in norman times
Fortifications and castles
Molise at the time of the crusades
Molise and the Adriatic
The fortifications today
 

The South and the Unification of Italy

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LA STORIA DI MORRONE

INDICE STORIA

I Sanniti
I Romani
I Normanni
Cronologia storica
1303 Carlo II D'Angiò
I censimenti dal 1532
L'apprezzo del 1593
Avvenimenti
1614 Mons. Eustacchio
1734 Mons. Tria
Inchiesta Murattiana
Miscellanea
Archivio parrocchiale
I costumi
Le tradizioni
I pesi e le misure
I mercati e le fiere
La festa di San Giuseppe
Il territorio
Il tratturo
I cognomi e i soprannomi
I cognomi scomparsi
I maestri
Le persone famose
S. Maria in Casalpiano

Cli scavi di Casalpiano
Franco Valente spiega Caslpiano
Franco Valente: Casalpiano
Franco Valente: Araldica
La chiesa Madre
I Feudatari di Morrone
Toponimo di Morrone
L'Italia Meridionale
Vita rurale.
Quattro passi per Morrone
Panoramiche grandangolo
Antiche preghiere
Ricettario morronese
Cartoline da Morrone
I portali e lavori in pietra
Vecchi oggetti morronesi
lettere d'oltreoceano
 

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MORRONE IERI E OGGI


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Canzoni morronesi
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Il terremoto a Morrone
Altri siti Molisani
La mia pagina

I Miaban
Il Giornale di Morrone
 

IL MOLISE E
REGIONI CONFINANTI


INDICE MOLISE

Il territorio del Molise
L'epoca Normanna
Le vie di comunicazione
Fortificazioni e insediamenti prenormanni
Sviluppo urbano: la chiesa
e il castello
I rapporti con la Chiesa
L'architettura Normanna
Opere fortificate e castelli
Il Molise e le crociate
Il Molise e l'Adriatico
Le opere fortificate oggi

INDICE ABRUZZO

LA CAMPANIA

 

IL SUD E L'UNITA'D' ITALIA

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THE MOLISE.
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Fortifications and castles

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Italian  version

Castles

Fortified burgh of Scapoli 

It belonged to the Abbey of Saint Vincent al Volturno and stood at the foot of the Mainarde range in a very favourable, commanding and protected position. The village was originally built to accommodate “bachelor” peasants organised to “level” the lands owned by the Benedictines  (Abbot Giovanni II in 982 wrote : “homines conduxit et abitare fecit in castrum Scappili”). A staircase leads to the entrance which is controlled by a circular tower with a steep escarpment. This vaulted passage leads in turn to a covered chemin-de-ronde which today is lit by large openings. The palace of the Battiloro marquis (flanked by the church) is partly hidden by the tower and the chemin-de-ronde, and stands in the most protected corner of the burgh, with a side overhanging the cliff. Few traces remain of the curtain walls that once encircled the village, which are now covered by thick plaster.

 

 

 

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