See also:town and episcopal see of
See also:Emilia, Italy, in the province of
See also:Parma, 14 M . N.W. by
See also:rail from the town of Parma . Pop . (1901) town, 6251; commune, 12,109 . It occupies the site of the
See also:ancient Fidentia, on the Via Aemilia; no doubt, as its name shows, of
See also:Roman origin . Here M .
See also:Lucullus defeated the democrats under
See also:Carbo in 82 B.c . It was
See also:independent under
See also:Vespasian, but seems soon to have become a
See also:village dependent on Parma . Its presdnt name comes from the martyrdom of S . Domninus under Maximian in A.D . 304 . The
See also:cathedral, erected in
See also:honour of this
See also:saint, is one of the finest and best-preserved
See also:Lombardo-Romanesque churches of the 11th–13th centuries in
See also:north Italy .
See also:part of the
See also:facade is incomplete, but the
See also:lower, with its three portals and sculptures, is very
See also:fine; the interior is
See also:simple and well-proportioned, and has not been spoilt by restorations . For the benitier, a
See also:work of the early 11th century, see Rdssegna d'Arte, 1905, 180 . Not far from the town is the small
See also:church of S . Antonio del Viennese, a 13th-century structure in
See also:brick (ib., 1906, 22) . The Palazzo Comunale, in the
See also:style, is a work of the 14th century . Borgo S . Donnino is an important centre for the produce and
See also:cattle of Emilia . (T .
SOLON HANNIBAL BORGLUM (1868– )
AMBROGIO BORGOGNONE (fl. 1473–1524)
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