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The Annales ianuenses (Latin: "Genoese annals") or Annali Genovesi form the official history of the Republic of Genoa during the High Middle Ages. It is the earliest medieval civic chronicle and the earliest set of annals composed by a layman. The Annales form a chronological account of the history of Genoa from 1099 until 1294. The first annals were composed by Caffarus, a private citizen, on his own initiative. In 1152, he petitioned the republic to keep a copy in the public archives (comuni cartularium) and thenceforth the annals were continued at public expense. Caffarus, who probably began the work around 1100, continued it himself down to 1163. A series of officials of the chancery continued the Annales between 1169 and 1197, when work was taken over by the scribe and diplomat Ogeriu

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  • The Annales ianuenses (Latin: "Genoese annals") or Annali Genovesi form the official history of the Republic of Genoa during the High Middle Ages. It is the earliest medieval civic chronicle and the earliest set of annals composed by a layman. The Annales form a chronological account of the history of Genoa from 1099 until 1294. The first annals were composed by Caffarus, a private citizen, on his own initiative. In 1152, he petitioned the republic to keep a copy in the public archives (comuni cartularium) and thenceforth the annals were continued at public expense. Caffarus, who probably began the work around 1100, continued it himself down to 1163. A series of officials of the chancery continued the Annales between 1169 and 1197, when work was taken over by the scribe and diplomat Ogeriu
  • Gli Annali del Caffaro sono degli importanti documenti storici che costituiscono la storia delle origini comunali della città di Genova dal 1099 al 1163; in essi, come in ogni grande tradizione, tale storia trova la sua fondatezza. Gli Annali, o Annales (dalla lingua latina nella quale furono scritti, prendono il nome dal loro iniziatore, Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone, storico e console della Repubblica di Genova ma anche marinaio e diplomatico, originario della Val Polcevera.
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  • The Annales ianuenses (Latin: "Genoese annals") or Annali Genovesi form the official history of the Republic of Genoa during the High Middle Ages. It is the earliest medieval civic chronicle and the earliest set of annals composed by a layman. The Annales form a chronological account of the history of Genoa from 1099 until 1294. The first annals were composed by Caffarus, a private citizen, on his own initiative. In 1152, he petitioned the republic to keep a copy in the public archives (comuni cartularium) and thenceforth the annals were continued at public expense. Caffarus, who probably began the work around 1100, continued it himself down to 1163. A series of officials of the chancery continued the Annales between 1169 and 1197, when work was taken over by the scribe and diplomat Ogerius. He worked down to 1216; thereafter, the annalists were anonymous, and at times a committee, until the last entry was added in 1294. The public manuscript of the Annales ianuenses is now kept in the Bibliothèque nationale de France, lat. 10136. The content of the annals is confined to the names of the consuls, the changes to the constitution (the compagniae or sworn association), changes to the coinage and the victories of Genoa over her enemies, particularly Saracens and Pisans. In Caffarus' own words to the republic in 1152, the purpose of the chronicle was "that henceforth for all time the victories of the city of Genoa be known to future men."
  • Gli Annali del Caffaro sono degli importanti documenti storici che costituiscono la storia delle origini comunali della città di Genova dal 1099 al 1163; in essi, come in ogni grande tradizione, tale storia trova la sua fondatezza. Gli Annali, o Annales (dalla lingua latina nella quale furono scritti, prendono il nome dal loro iniziatore, Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone, storico e console della Repubblica di Genova ma anche marinaio e diplomatico, originario della Val Polcevera. Gli Annali del Caffaro — per volere dei Consoli che reggevano la città — furono conservati in un archivio pubblico; la sua opera fu poi proseguita da vari cronisti fino alla conclusione di Jacopo Doria che riferisce degli eventi a tutto il 1293. Il lavoro di raccolta di documenti storici — riuniti in Atti — che testimonino gli eventi riguardanti Genova è svolta, in tempi moderni, dalla Società Ligure di Storia Patria.
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