By Andrew Brookes
Хронология войны над Италией во время Второй Мировой Войны. Много интересных фотографий.
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Cecco, a peasant, had spent Monday night in a vaulted ground-ﬂoor room, sleeping off a bout of malaria. ” Asking Domenico what was afoot, he learned of the killings. Cecco also spoke to Giacobo, who reported a declaration by Giovanni Battista, at once macabre and, in its stark double parallels, nicely aligned with honor’s usual ﬁne sense of balances: “Say that now they are lying together. ’ The lord’s moralizing version, spread as gossip, helped the castle gloss the deed. It was not only to Giacobo that Giovanni Battista unburdened himself.
As for Ludovico, whatever love and loyalty he bore his sister yielded to the proprieties of honor and clan cohesion, but surely at painful cost. As for Giovanni Battista, to keep the peace with kindred, he had to extract the blessings of his wife’s protector. He succeeded, winning Ludovico’s sanguinary declaration, whether sincere or merely proper, so necessary for Savelli harmony. He had crafted well his mise-en-scène: let the surprise be great, let the evidence of Vittoria’s guilt be overwhelming, leave the corpses together on their adulterous sheets.
From 5 August to 9 August, he heard witnesses, ﬁrst in Cretone and then in two nearby villages. So far as we can tell, despite his patent he arrested and tortured no one. The villagers must have used his presence to rearrange their thoughts and feelings; the process, though, is not easily deciphered. Of all the testimonies, the last, Silea’s, is most interesting. She had retreated to Sabellico, another village, perhaps to assuage her distress, perhaps to duck interrogation, perhaps to nurse malaria.