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Hubert Houben (historian)

Hubert Houben (4 February 1953, Heinsberg) is a German historian who specialized in the medieval history of Southern Italy. Living at Lecce since 1980, he acquired Italian citizenship in 1988.[1]

He is corresponding member of the Accademia Pontaniana based in Naples (from 2006)[2] and of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East (SSCLE).[1][3]

Works

  • Italian:
    • 2010: Federico II. Imperatore, uomo, mito, Il Mulino, ISBN 978-88-15-13338-0
    • 2003: Normanni fra Nord e Sud. Immigrazione e acculturazione nel Medioevo, Di Renzo Editore.
    • 1999: Ruggero II di Sicilia. Un sovrano tra Oriente e Occidente, Laterza.
    • 1996: Mezzogiorno normanno-svevo. Monasteri e castelli, ebrei e musulmani, Liguori.
    • 1989: Tra Roma e Palermo. Aspetti e momenti del Mezzogiorno medioevale, Congedo.
    • 1987: Medioevo monastico meridionale, Liguori.
    • 1984: Il libro del capitolo del monastero della Ss. Trinità di Venosa (Cod. Casin. 334), Congedo.
  • English:
    • 2002: [1] ].
  • German:
    • 2007: Kaiser Friedrich II. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart.
    • 1997: Roger II. von Sizilien. Herrscher zwischen Orient und Okzident. Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt. ISBN 3-89678-024-7 ISBN 978-3-89678-024-9.

References

External links

  • (English) Prof. Hubert Houben
  • (Italian) http://www.pontaniana.unina.it/italiano/houben.htm


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