Bartolomeo di ser Gorello

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Bartolomeo di ser Gorello (1322/6 – ca. 1390), also known by the Latinized name Bartholomeus Gorellus, was an Italian notary who wrote a town chronicle of Arezzo in Italian verse.[1] The Cronica dei fatti d'Arezzo is important to historians for its Ghibelline perspective on the power base of North Italian city-states in the later 14th century.[2]

Edition[edit]

Arturo Bini and Giovanni Grazzini, Cronica dei fatti d'Arezzo, Rerum Italicarum Scriptores (Raccolta degli Storici Italiani) 2, 15/1, N. Zanichelli, 1917.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Repertorium Fontium 2, 445.
  2. ^ Laura Morreale (2010). "Bartolomeo di ser Gorello". In Graeme Dunphy. Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle. Leiden: Brill. p. 146. ISBN 90 04 18464 3.