Petrarca and king Louis of Hungary (then on his way back from Apulia) were among the visitors.
He accordingly decided now to leave his camp in earnest, and move into Apulia.
Niccolò Pisano appears to have been born in Apulia, and to have come to Pisa about the middle of the thirteenth century.
The Viceroy of Apulia and the Apulian barons followed closely in their wake.
The same is true of the Abruzzi and of Apulia; in the case of the latter the date should perhaps be put even later.
At Apulia, near Naples, there is a bed containing 40 per cent.
He took up position beyond Rome in Apulia, and it was here that the Roman army came to attack him.
Henry greedily swallowed the bait, and incurred an enormous debt to the Pope for the war in Apulia.
At the expiration of twenty-five days, Totila returned by hasty marches from Apulia to avenge the injury and disgrace.
The very early eminence of Apulia in architecture and the plastic arts led to no results.