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Louis Mendola is one of Sicilys foremost historians, and one of the very few whose work is known beyond Italian borders. The focus of his most significant scholarly papers is the comparative history of the medieval Normans in Sicily and England. Having researched in Italy, Britain, Spain, Germany, France and the Vatican, he has been consulted by The History Channel, the BBC and The New York Times. Read by millions internationally, his online articles have made him the most popular Sicilian historian of the present century. Over the last decade, Sicily-based Jacqueline Alio has been consulted by The History Channel, The Discovery Channel and other media. An accomplished medievalist, she has published the results of her original, scholarly research while writing insightful articles for a general readership. Jackie Alio has emerged as one of Sicilys leading historians, part of a new wave that is writing the history of Sicily's women. Her online articles have captivated millions, earning her a special place as one of the Sicilian historians with the most readers around the world. Her book Margaret Queen of Sicily enjoys the distinction of being the longest peer-reviewed, academic monograph (and the lengthiest royal biography) ever written in English by a Sicily-based historian.