Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (vers 1080 – vers 1164), parfois appelé simplement Caffaro, fut un chroniqueur génois du Moyen Âge, qui prit part aux croisades.

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  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (vers 1080 – vers 1164), parfois appelé simplement Caffaro, fut un chroniqueur génois du Moyen Âge, qui prit part aux croisades.
  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (Caschifellone, 1080 - Gènova 1166) fou un militar i historiador genovès.Membre d'una família noble descendent de governants de Gènova, com adolescent va lluitar a com a seguidor de Godofreu de Bouillon a la Primera Croada al setge de Cesarea, al nord de Jerusalem el 1101, i a partir de llavors va començar a portar un registre anual de la història de genovesos, amb el nom d'Annales. Va exercir com a ambaixador davant de Calixt II, Alfons VII de Castella Ramon Berenguer IV i l'emperador Frederic I Barbaroja, i va servir com a capità a la guerra contra la República de Pisa, la Croada contra al-Mariyya i la Croada contra la Taifa de Turtusha.El 1152 va presentar la seva història al cònsol de Gènova, que va decretar que ha de ser copiat i mantenir-se en els arxius públics. Va continuar els seus annals fins a 1163, quan els trastorns civil a Gènova li va causar a abandonar el projecte. A la seva mort el 1166, va deixar dos llibres, a més dels annals: Liber de Libération civitatum Orientis (llibre sobre l'Alliberament de les ciutats de l'Orient), descrivint la participació genovesa a la Primera Croada, escrita de memòria més de mig segle més tard, i De captione Almerie et Tortuose (Història de la captura d'Almeria i Tortosa)'
  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone, spesso citato solo come Caffaro (1080 o 1081 – Genova, 1164 circa), è stato un crociato, un diplomatico ed un annalista che ha registrato le cronache della Repubblica di Genova, fissandole nei suoi celebri Annali, fonte basilare per la storia della Genova medievale e uno dei primi esempi di letteratura annalistica ad opera di un laico.
  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (c. 1080 – c. 1164) was a statesman, diplomat, admiral and historian of the Republic of Genoa. Between 1122 and 1149 he served eight terms as a consul. His most enduring work was the Annales ianuenses ("Genoese annals"), the official history of the Genoese republic, which he began and which was continued by successors down to 1294.Caffaro was born in the village of Caschifellone (now part of Serra Riccò) in either 1080 or 1081. While a teenager, he travelled to the Holy Land with a Genoese contingent on the First Crusade from August 1100 until January 1101. He returned to the Holy Land in the 1130s. Some time after that, perhaps in 1155–56, when Genoa was in the midst of a dispute with the Kingdom of Jerusalem, Caffaro wrote De liberatione civitatum orientis ("On the Liberation of the Cities of the East"), a work on the First Crusade, the relations between the West and the Byzantine Empire and travel distances between the cities of the East.Shortly thereafter he began writing his history of Genoa, titled Annales. Though Caffaro's imperfect Latin prevented the Annales from achieving greatness as literature, the chronicle was the first of its kind in Genoa and remains an important historical record. It is an important source of information on the careers of the early Embriachi.On the strength of his fame as crusader, Caffaro became a captain in the Genoese navy, and fought in several battles against the Republic of Pisa and other Mediterranean powers. Toward the end of his life he became a diplomat, and carried out several diplomatic missions on behalf of Genoa to the courts of Pope Callixtus II, the Emperor Frederick I and King Alfonso VII of León and Castile, and also to Pisa.
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  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (vers 1080 – vers 1164), parfois appelé simplement Caffaro, fut un chroniqueur génois du Moyen Âge, qui prit part aux croisades.
  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone, spesso citato solo come Caffaro (1080 o 1081 – Genova, 1164 circa), è stato un crociato, un diplomatico ed un annalista che ha registrato le cronache della Repubblica di Genova, fissandole nei suoi celebri Annali, fonte basilare per la storia della Genova medievale e uno dei primi esempi di letteratura annalistica ad opera di un laico.
  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (c. 1080 – c. 1164) was a statesman, diplomat, admiral and historian of the Republic of Genoa. Between 1122 and 1149 he served eight terms as a consul. His most enduring work was the Annales ianuenses ("Genoese annals"), the official history of the Genoese republic, which he began and which was continued by successors down to 1294.Caffaro was born in the village of Caschifellone (now part of Serra Riccò) in either 1080 or 1081.
  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone (Caschifellone, 1080 - Gènova 1166) fou un militar i historiador genovès.Membre d'una família noble descendent de governants de Gènova, com adolescent va lluitar a com a seguidor de Godofreu de Bouillon a la Primera Croada al setge de Cesarea, al nord de Jerusalem el 1101, i a partir de llavors va començar a portar un registre anual de la història de genovesos, amb el nom d'Annales.
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  • Caffaro di Rustico da Caschifellone
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