The province of Campagna and Marittima was the irradiation nucleus of two Boniface VIII's projects:on the one hand, the formation of a geopolitical reality comprehending the whole of Central Italy. Providing the economic and human resources for these projects, the province was the platform of Boniface's objectives under the patrimonial, institutional and political viwpoin. Financially, the exploitation of the territory and the acquisition of several castles was source of revenues and filled the coffers of the family. Institutionally, both the secular and ecclesiasiastical personnel employed in the Curia , in the adoministrative branches of the Papal States, in the diocesan seats and the European Courts came from Campagna and Maritima castles and towns, in particular Anagni.

CACIORGNA M.T. (2010). Bonifacio VIII in Campagna e Marittima. BULLETTINO DELL'ISTITUTO STORICO ITALIANO PER IL MEDIO EVO, 112, 447-476.

Bonifacio VIII in Campagna e Marittima

CACIORGNA, Maria Teresa
2010

Abstract

The province of Campagna and Marittima was the irradiation nucleus of two Boniface VIII's projects:on the one hand, the formation of a geopolitical reality comprehending the whole of Central Italy. Providing the economic and human resources for these projects, the province was the platform of Boniface's objectives under the patrimonial, institutional and political viwpoin. Financially, the exploitation of the territory and the acquisition of several castles was source of revenues and filled the coffers of the family. Institutionally, both the secular and ecclesiasiastical personnel employed in the Curia , in the adoministrative branches of the Papal States, in the diocesan seats and the European Courts came from Campagna and Maritima castles and towns, in particular Anagni.
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