Louis XII of France and Ferdinand of Aragon sign a secret treaty of
Granada for the conquest and partition of Naples. According to its
terms, France is to possess the Abruzzi, the Terra di Luvoro,
Naples and Gaeta, while Spain gains Apulia and Calabria. Pope
Alexander VI ratifies this treaty in June 1501.
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Editors. "Louis XII of France and Ferdinand of Aragon sign secret treaty of Granada". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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