Repubblica Anconitana (Italian)
Flag of the Repubblica Anconitana. The yellow and the red are the colours of the city, while the blue was adopted as a symbol of the bond to the French Republic
Map of Ancona within modern Italy
|Historical era||French Revolutionary Wars|
|17 November 1797|
|7 March 1798|
|Today part of||Italy|
The Anconine Republic (Italian: Repubblica Anconitana) was a revolutionary municipality formed on 19 November 1797. It came about after a French victory at Ancona in February 1797, and the consequent occupation of the city. It existed in the region of Marche, with Ancona serving as its capital. Despite the Treaty of Campo Formio stating that Ancona and the surrounding region had to be returned to the Papal States, the municipality proclaimed the decadence of papal rule, under French protection. The subsequent tension led to general conflict with Pope Pius VI and the French occupation of the whole of the Papal States. Ancona was incorporated into the Roman Republic on 7 March 1798. It had a consul as its head.
- Cahoon, Ben. "Anconine Republic". worldstatesmen.org. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
- Philip's Atlas of World History
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