Domenico Maione

Foreign Peoples in Sister Republics. Citizenship and Mobility during the Triennium 1796-1799

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This essay on the Republican Triennium aims to reconstruct both the practices to control the travellers moving between the main State areas of the Italian peninsula and the procedures that people interested in obtaining naturalisation in these territories had to undergo. The purpose is to bring together two historiographical strands – the administration of mobility and the attribution of citizenship – which are still far from being synthesised on a methodological level in spite of their convergent themes. Adopting a multifocal and comparative analytical perspective, the paper focuses on both legislation and practice, and compares the administrative models of the Cisalpine, Roman and Neapolitan Republics


  • French revolution
  • Border control
  • Passport
  • Security card
  • Naturalisation


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