The book is the report of a research study on the historical figure of Ser Gianni Caracciolo, who lived in Naples at the turn of 1300 and 1400, and who was the protagonist of the political events of the Kingdom of Naples, in a period of turmoil and controversial. Following these events, richs of adventurous and knighthoods aspects, the book does not fail to cast an eye on the customs and cultural experiences, developed in the Neapolitan court. The reconstruction accomplished, offers a cross-section of one of the most enigmatic European capitals, with a journalistic style that can make reading, also available as a narrative work.Biographic Notes About the Author.Enzo Esposito, born in Terni ( I ) in 1943, he spent his working life as Dott. Engineer in Mechanics, traveling between Europe, the U.S.A. and Asia, gratified by his company, 3M Company of St. Paul Minnesota, always very generous with her employees.After retirement, he devoted himself to the studies of Anthropology and Medieval History; currency he is a promoter and founder member of an Association named Italian Committee of Philology, History and Arts ( CIFAS), based in Naples.In a recent radio interview he declared: I want a story that precedes me, with setting arguments that push the eyes and the genius to stay with courage in our times. A story that teaches to readily distinguish precious items from trinkets, and enabling us to move over some easy beauties, but attempting more inaccessible others.