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Naples also became a centre of the Renaissance, with artists such as Laurana , da Messina , Sannazzaro and Poliziano arriving in the city. A revolution led by the local fisherman Masaniello saw the creation of a brief independent Neapolitan Republic in , though this lasted only a few months before Spanish rule was reasserted. Horatio Nelson , an ally of the Bourbons, even arrived in the city in to warn against the French republicans. Ferdinand was forced to retreat and fled to Palermo , where he was protected by a British fleet. In , Naples became the first city on the Italian peninsula to have a railway, with the construction of the Naples—Portici railway. The kingdom of the Two Sicilies had been wealthy, and as many as
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For the Roman period, see Women in Ancient Rome. Women in Pre-modern Italy[ edit ] During the Middle ages , Italian women were considered to have very few social powers and resources, although some widows inherited ruling positions from their husbands such in the case of Matilde of Canossa. Educated women could find opportunities of leadership only in religious convents such as Clare of Assisi and Catherine of Siena. The Renaissance 15th—16th centuries challenged conventional customs from the Medieval period. Women were still confined to the roles of "monaca, moglie, serva, cortigiana" "nun, wife, servant, courtesan".
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