By Philip Jowett, Stephen Andrew
Instantly after the Allied invasion of Italy in September 1943, Mussolini was once deposed and the hot Italian govt switched facets. The German occupying forces speedily freed Il Duce and ruthlessly disarmed the Italian military; and from then till the top of the struggle in April 1945 Italian troops fought on each side - with the forces of the hot Fascist 'Salo Republic', within the Allied 'Co-Belligerent Forces', and within the Partisan move. this era of sour fight observed the looks of many new devices and quite a lot of attention-grabbing uniforms, defined and illustrated during this ultimate a part of Philip Jowett's entire three-volume sequence.
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The essays by M. Tangheroni, M. Cassandro, G. Cherubini, G. Pinto and F. Cardini in the lavishly illustrated Banchieri e mercanti di Siena (Rome, 1987) provide an excellent summary of the present state of knowledge. 36 See E. B. and M. M. Fryde in C. Econ. , 3, pp. 448-9. 37 See for example the case brought to the papal court by Sienese financiers in 1258 concerning their failure to secure repayment of 4,600 marks by the archbishop of Cologne (A. Schulte, Geschichte des mittelalterlichen Rondels und Verkehrs zwischen Westdeutschland und Italien mit Ausschluss von Venedig (Leipzig, 1900), 2, pp.
It does nevertheless give a general notion of the economic standing of the twenty-six occupations most frequently cited. Moreover various points emerge from it incontrovertibly. Of the five highestpaying categories, which stand well above the rest, only one (the spicers) are engaged in commerce in the normal sense. There is a marked bunching in the middle of the table between average payments of 2 1. and of 14 s. which covers fourteen occupations, most of them crafts. Had the list extended to trades appearing nine times (rather than ten and above) this middle category would have been reinforced by the more prosperous furriers (pelliciarii: 1 1.
They were present at the fairs by 1216 and from the early 1220s were involved in textile purchases there as well as in banking. Loans to prelates elsewhere in France are recorded by 1217 and to the English crown in 1228. In the following year the collector of a papal tenth to assist the war against Frederick II operated in England with Sienese help, and 33 CG61,ff. 133ff;#/S, CS, pp. 231,272,278. 34 Cost. 1309-10, l , p . 427. 35 The Sienese were closely connected with rise of the papacy as an 'international' fiscal power.