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Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 121 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CAMPAGNA DI ROMA, the low country surrounding the city of Rome, bounded on the N.W. by, the hills, surrounding the lake of Bracciano, on the N.E. by the Sabine mountains, on the S.E. by the Alban 'hills, and on the S.W. by the sea. (See LATIUM, and ROME (province).)
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CAMP (from Lat. campus, field)

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