Ancona besieged in 1173 by the army of Frederick Barbarossa, led by Christian of Mainz and ally for the occasion with the Venetian Republic, which gripped the city with his ships from the harbor side. The population heroically resists the long siege of the imperial army. Print painting by Francesco Podesti 'The Oath of Ancona', in which he discusses the episode in which a senator centennial spurs not to give the anconetanis now exhausted by famine, and they swear to resist to the death. Italy, the end of the nineteenth century.

Italia

title: Siege of Ancona

subject date: 2014-09-02

caption: Ancona besieged in 1173 by the army of Frederick Barbarossa, led by Christian of Mainz and ally for the occasion with the Venetian Republic, which gripped the city with his ships from the harbor side. The population heroically resists the long siege of the imperial army. Print painting by Francesco Podesti 'The Oath of Ancona', in which he discusses the episode in which a senator centennial spurs not to give the anconetanis now exhausted by famine, and they swear to resist to the death. Italy, the end of the nineteenth century.

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country: Italia

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XII

subject epoch: Repubbliche marinare

technique: Incisione xilografia

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CE GallieniSRIHoly Roman EmpireMaritime RepublicsRepublic of AnconaPodesti F.Venetian RepublicRepublic of VeniceRepublic of San MarcoSerenissimaByzantine Empiresiegedefensemoraloathelderlyelderlyexpertexperienceexhortationfervorpepdiscouragementexhausted

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