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Monthly Archives: febbraio 2017

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I LUOGHI DE LA FRANCESCANA: Montefalco

The town has been actively settled since the times of the Umbri. It has been under the successive domination of the Romans, Lombards, being called Coccorone in the Middle Ages. In 1249 it was sacked by Frederick II, but was soon rebuilt with the modern name. from the 13th century it had been a free comune under the domination of local nobles and [...]

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I LUOGHI DE LA FRANCESCANA: Bevagna

The city was originally an Etrusco-Oscan settlement. Around 80-90 BC it became a Roman municipium, called Mevania, in the Augustan Regio VI. It lay on the western branch of the Via Flaminia, 13 km (8 mi) WSW of Forum Flaminii, where the branches rejoin. It is mentioned on several ancient itineraries, following the Vicus Martis Tudertium on the way out of Rome. In 310 BC the consul Fabius broke [...]

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I LUOGHI DE LA FRANCESCANA: Trevi

The origins of Trevi are lost in time. It was classified as an Umbrian town by Latin authors, but paleolithic ruins in the area testify an earlier prehistoric civilisation. Its importance grew in particular under Roman rule when the old Flaminia Way was restored; it developed in the valley where, in the locality of Pietrarossa, [...]

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