Kinrick o Sardinie

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Kinrick o Sardinie
Regnum Sardiniae et Corsicae[1]
Reino de Cerdeña
Royaume de Sardaigne
Regno di Sardegna

 

 

 

1324–1861
 

Banner Coat of arms (c. 1831)
Anthem
S'hymnu sardu nationale
"The Sardinian national anthem"
Kinrick o Sardinie, in 1815: Mainland Piedmont wi Savoy, Nice, an Sardinie in the inset.
Caipital Cagliari
(1324–1720, 1798–1814)
Turin
(1720–1798, 1814–1861)
Leids Sardinian, Corsican, Catalan an Spaingie,[2] Italian (frae 1760 onwart[3][4][5][6]), French, Piedmontese, Ligurian
Government Absolute monarchy
(1324–1849)
Pairlamentar constitutional monarchy
(1849–1861)
Keeng
 -  1324–1327 James II o Aragon (first)
 -  1849–1861 Victor Emmanuel II o Savoy (last)
Prime Meenister
 -  1848 Cesare Balbo (first)
 -  1860–1861 Camillo Benso (last)
Legislatur Pairlament
 -  Upper hoose Subalpine Senate
 -  Lawer hoose Chaumer o Deputes
History
 -  Papal investitur 1297
 -  Actual establishment 1324
 -  Kinrick tae Habsburg 1714
 -  Kinrick tae Savoy 1720
 -  Perfect Fusion 1848
 -  Loss o Savoy an Nice 1860
 -  Acomes the new Kinrick o Italy 1861
Aurie
 -  1859 73,810 km² (28,498 sq mi)
Siller Cagliarese (to 1813)
Sardinian scudo (to 1816)
Piedmontese scudo (to 1816)
French franc (1800–14)
Sardinian lira (1816–61)
The day pairt o  France
 Italy
 Monaco

The Kinrick o Sardinie[nb 1] wis a state in Soothren Europe that existed frae the early 14t till the mid-19t century. It wis the predecessor state o the Kinrick o Italy.[7]

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  1. The name o the state wis oreeginally Latin: Regnum Sardiniae, or Regnum Sardiniae et Corsicae whan the kinrick wis still conseedert tae include Corsicae. In Italian it is Regno di Sardegna, in French Royaume de Sardaigne, in Sardinian Rennu de Sardigna an in Piedmontese Regn ëd Sardëgna.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. The Kinrick wis meant tae an aw include the neeghboorin island o Corsicae, till its status as a Genoese laund wis eventually acknawledged bi Ferdinand II o Aragon, that drappit the last oreeginal bit mentionin Corsicae in 1479 (Francesco Cesare, Casula. Italia, il grande inganno 1861–2011. Carlodelfino Editore. Pp.32, 49). Houiver, ivery keeng o Sardinie wad still reteen the nominal teetle o Rex Corsicae ("Keeng o Corsicae").
  2. Storia della lingua sarda, vol. 3, a cura di Giorgia Ingrassia e Eduardo Blasco Ferrer
  3. The phonology of Campidanian Sardinian : a unitary account of a self-organizing structure, Roberto Bolognesi, The Hague : Holland Academic Graphics
  4. S'italianu in Sardìnnia , Amos Cardia, Iskra
  5. Settecento sardo e cultura europea: Lumi, società, istituzioni nella crisi dell'Antico Regime; Antonello Mattone, Piero Sanna; FrancoAngeli Storia; pp.18
  6. "Limba Sarda 2.0S'italianu in Sardigna? Impostu a òbligu de lege cun Boginu – Limba Sarda 2.0". Limba Sarda 2.0. Retrieved 28 November 2015. 
  7. Aldo Sandulli e Giulio Vesperini (2011). "L'organizzazione dello Stato unitario" (PDF). Rivista trimestrale di diritto pubblico (in Italian): 47–49. Retrieved 19 Mairch 2013.