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XI-XII C. Italo-Lombard Communal Knights

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XI-XII C. Italo-Lombard Communal Knights (Separate horse and riders). Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses). The Lombards of Sicily, coming from the Northern Italy, settled the central and eastern part of Sicily during the Norman conquest of Sicily. After the marriage between the Norman Roger I of Sicily with Adelaide del Vasto, descendant of the Aleramici (a prominent Lombard family of Frank origin), many Lombard colonisers left their homeland, in the Aleramici's possessions in Piedmont and Liguria, to settle on the island of Sicily.

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XI-XII C. Italo-Lombard Communal Knights (Separate horse and riders). Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses). The Lombards of Sicily, coming from the Northern Italy, settled the central and eastern part of Sicily during the Norman conquest of Sicily. After the marriage between the Norman Roger I of Sicily with Adelaide del Vasto, descendant of the Aleramici (a prominent Lombard family of Frank origin), many Lombard colonisers left their homeland, in the Aleramici's possessions in Piedmont and Liguria, to settle on the island of Sicily.

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XI-XII C. Italo-Lombard Communal Knights

XI-XII C. Italo-Lombard Communal Knights

XI-XII C. Italo-Lombard Communal Knights (Separate horse and riders). Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses). The Lombards of Sicily, coming from the Northern Italy, settled the central and eastern part of Sicily during the Norman conquest of Sicily. After the marriage between the Norman Roger I of Sicily with Adelaide del Vasto, descendant of the Aleramici (a prominent Lombard family of Frank origin), many Lombard colonisers left their homeland, in the Aleramici's possessions in Piedmont and Liguria, to settle on the island of Sicily.

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