He was raised in the French court and was connected to it because of cultural and political bonds.

In 1292, he married Margaret of Brabant with whom he had three children.

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After reinforcements arrived from Germany and after support from the city of Pisa, the Emperor started his campaign against King Robert of Naples, vassal of the Church.

Henry VII left Pisa amidst the joy of all Ghibellines on August 8, 1313 for what was supposed to have been a mighty front against the King of Naples, with the Emperor himself at the head of the army.

The battle lasted six weeks, but, in the end, Emperor Henry VII was forced to abandon the siege and return to Pisa.

Villani observed that in such a situation the city of Florence "cockily" left the gates to the city open as if it were not under siege or at war to regularly continue its trade.

Maria Luisa Femenias (Argentina), Doctor of Philosophy, Professor and researcher at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata and the Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Coordinator of the Workshop on Critical Readings on Gender in the Instituto Interdisciplinario de Estudios de Genero (Universidad de Buenos Aires).

He was elected King of Germany in 1308, in spite of opposition by the King of France, Phillip the Fair, who hoped to crown his own brother Charles of Valois.

Henry VII, commonly known as Arrigo in Italy, was crowned on January 6, 1309 in Aachen with the help of his brother Baldwin, Archbishop of Trier, who had won over a number of German votes, despite the fact that approval had not yet arrived from French Pope Clement V in Avignon.

Specializations: Aristotelian philosophy and gender theory. Her publications include Mujeres y Filosofia (co-authored), Como leer a Aristoteles, Inferioridad y Exclusion; Sobre sujeto y genero and numerous articles in national and international journals.