Naples Won (1436–1442)
This chapter discusses the uprising that occurred while the king was safely ensconced in the castle of Portovénere. The governor of Milan was even torn to pieces by the angry mob due to the bargain he made to free the nobility from Alfonso's court. It was also revealed that most of the soldiers employed by the king were only kept in his service by being paid vast amounts of money.
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