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Lights and Twilight of the Papacy and the Empire in the Middle Ages – From Boniface VIII to Henry VII

Lights and Twilight of the Papacy and the Empire in the Middle Ages – From Boniface VIII to Henry VII

At the time in which Dante thus relived and almost reconstructed, ideally, the life of Italy, the empire was absent from the peninsula. Anti-imperial parties and forces prevailed, cities traditionally Guelphs or linked to Guelphs prevailed over others, Rudolf of Habsburg’s vicars had little recognition, neither he nor his immediate successors came to look for royal and imperial crowns in Italy. The kings of Germany began to operate within the narrow sphere of their countries beyond the Alps, that is, in the…

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Italy Public Policy

Italy Public Policy

Current policy According to Digopaul, Italy is a country located in the region of Southern Europe. Politics in Italy is characterized by great instability. In September 2019, the country received its 67th government since World War II. The highly unlikely coalition between the populist Five Star Movement and the leftist Democratic Party was formed as a way to stop xenophobic Lega, which dominated the former government, from taking over the country. Italy is characterized by a historical legacy of violent…

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