The purpose of this paper is to analyse the trade agreements that the Kingdom of Naples stipulated with the Regency of Tripoli during the 18th century, focusing on the specific contents of the trade relations between the Kingdom and the Barbary State in the Mediterranean, in different historical moments of Mezzogiorno (Southern Italy). The first treaty was signed in 1729, during the Austrian rule in Naples; The second one dates back in 1741, during the Regency of Charles of Bourbon. The last trade Treaty of the 18th century was stipulated in 1785, under the government of Ferdinand IV. The study of those agreements has allowed some further insights into the relations between the Kingdom of Naples and the Regency of Tripoli in eighteenth-century Mediterranean, an important crossroads of trade, diplomatic relations and disputes between States.
|Titolo:||Peace treaties and trade between the Kingdom of Naples and Tripoli in the eighteenth century [Tractats de pau i de comerç entre el Regne de Nàpols i Trípoli al segle XVIII]|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|