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  • THE LEGEND OF DEFUK… AND THE MYSTERY OF FREDERICK II OF SWABIA

    THE LEGEND OF DEFUK… AND THE MYSTERY OF FREDERICK II OF SWABIA

    A wine, a legend, a church full of mystery, a tombstone changed, an enigmatic inscription, a fresco that perhaps hides the portrait of Frederick II of Swabia, a powerful Cardinal, the Hohenstaufen, the Fugger, from Montefiascone in Salzburg, up to Melfi, Bassano del Grappa, Parma. Popes, preachers, leaders, heretics, the Guelphs and Ghibellines. Man at the center of the plaque, the identity mysterious character known as “Defuk.” It looks like a novel is instead a piece of the Middle Ages narrated in the volume of Fifth Ficari scratches and printed by Printing. 320 pages in coated paper of 115 grams, the format is cm.15×21 and the cover is 2.5mm cardboard and glossy plastic outside, inside the reproduction of paintings, frescoes, sacred images ever published in color and black and white. A work to which the implementation could not miss the intervention of Graffietti Stampati which has its headquarters in the city of Montefiascone, the city protagonist of this mixture of history and legend. Graffietti Stampati thanked the author and publisher Fifth Ficari.

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