A Documentary History
of Naples


This page provides an index of online bibliographies for Italica’s Documentary History of Naples series. This presents a series of links to title lists hosted on WorldCat, the cooperative digital catalog of library holdings across the globe. Access to WorldCat is free and open, as is user registration.

Titles in the bibliographies take full advantage of the latest digital technologies to offer a variety of search and sort options, as well as information for registered users on the closet libraries holding particular titles. It also offers links to book dealers and distributors. WorldCat allows users to construct their own downloadable and printable bibliographies using standard citation styles.

These bibliographies are works in progress. Some have been compiled as volumes were prepared and published, others are still in the works.

We welcome your suggestions for changes and additions to these lists. Kindly e-mail the series editor, Ronald G. Musto, at: rgmusto@italicapress.com.

Updated 11/16/19

1. Ancient Naples, from Its Origins to c. 500 C.E.
by Joseph D. Alchermes & Rabun N. Taylor

2. Medieval Naples: An Architectural & Urban History, 400–1400
by Caroline Bruzelius & William Tronzo

Medieval Naples: A Documentary History, 400-1400
by Ronald G. Musto

1. General and Multiperiod
2. Late Ancient and Byzantine
3. Ducal
4. Norman
5. Hohenstaufen
6. Angevin

3. Renaissance Naples, 1400-1600
by Charlotte Nichols and James H. Mc Gregor


4. Baroque Naples, 1600-1800
by Jeanne Chenault Porter

5. Modern Naples, 1799-1999
by John Santore

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