THE TRAVELS OF JAIME II OF ARAGON AND ITS EFFECTS ON HIS KINGDOM
Looking at the itinerary of Jaime II and using both primary and secondary sources I will be comparing his movements during the early tumultuous years of his reign (1295-1298) and during his conquest of Sardinia at the end of his reign. This is to make possible correlations between his time in certain locations and major gain or loss of territory. Also, I will be comparing his time in certain locations to the number of troops, financial, or material aid he receives for his conquest of Sardinia. Along the way I will also take note of any possible important events that might have influenced either the transfer of land or his ability to gain support for his conquest of Sardinia. I will be mapping his amount of time in any city year by year alongside major land losses or gains. I will also be including any monetary, material, or troops contributions to his effort to conquer Sardinia with the time and place that he receives them from. This is to see how the presence or absence of Jaime II in a region can affect the loss or gain of land for the Aragonese Kingdom. Also, this can show if his presence in a region affects his ability to receive military support.
Vega, Jesse, "THE TRAVELS OF JAIME II OF ARAGON AND ITS EFFECTS ON HIS KINGDOM" (2019). University Research Symposium. 299.