Judge of Logudoro

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The kings or judges (iudices or judikes) of Logudoro (or Torres) were the local rulers of the locum de Torres or region (province) around Porto Torres, the chief northern port of Sardinia, during the Middle Ages.[1][2]

The Judicates of Sardinia.
The identity, number, relationships, and chronology of the kings up until about 1112 are poorly sourced and highly disputed among historians of the period.
Partitioned between Arborea and the Doria.

References edit

  1. ^ Gallinari, Luciano (2021-08-05). The Iudex Sardiniae and the Archon Sardanias between the Sixth and Eleventh Century. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-46754-5.
  2. ^ Pirie-Gordon, Charles Harry Clinton (1907). Innocent the Great: An Essay on His Life and Times. Longmans, Green, and Company.