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The Coat of Arms listed is that of usurper Joachim Murat, and not that of the Angevins that founded the kingdom nor the Bourbons that ruled it in it's final centuries. It would be preferable to find one that had longer use. Sadistik 07:26, 17 August 2007 (UTC)
Well spotted, I have now actually looked on the Italian version and luckily they had a free COA of the correct one. - Animagentile (talk) 05:10, 30 December 2007 (UTC)
At the top of the page, where it shows the empires/kingdoms that followed or came before this one, the kingdom to the left says "Kingdom of Sicily's Pizza" instead of "Kingdom of Sicily". I am not sure how to fix up this problem so I'm just making you aware of it. Thanks.--Coin945 (talk) 05:14, 22 October 2008 (UTC)
The Spanish troops that were occupying Calabria and Apulia, led for Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordova and public inspectors to Fernando the Catholic, did not respect the new agreements and [Frenchmen] expelled of Mezzogiorno to them, which still had only Gaeta up to his definitive defeat in her Battle of Garigliano. The agreements of peace that continued were never definitive, but they established at least for that the title of King of Naples was waiting to Carlos I of Spain and his future wife Claudia. Fernando the Catholic nevertheless continued to possessing the kingdom being considered to be a legitimate inheritor of his uncle Alfonso I of Naples and of the former one Kingdom of Sicily (Regnum Utriusque Siciliae)
I can't even begin to make sense of this passage. Definitely needs to be re-written for clarity. Khallus Maximus (talk) 06:43, 8 October 2012 (UTC)