See also:town and episcopal see of the
See also:Marches, Italy, in the province of
See also:Macerata, from which it is 18 m . W. by S. by
See also:rail . Pop . (1901) 3227 (town); 14,932 (commune) . The
See also:lower town is situated 781 ft. above
See also:sea-level, and contains the new
See also:cathedral of S . Agostino, with a
See also:altar-piece by
See also:Pinturicchio (1489) . The Palazzo Comunale has some interesting pictures by artists of the Marches . Lorenzo and Giacomo Salimbeni da
See also:San Severino, who painted an important series of frescoes in the oratory of S . Giovanni Battista at
See also:Urbino in 1416, were natives of the town . So was also the later
See also:master Lorenzo di
See also:Maestro Alessandro, of the end of the 15th century, whose pictures are mainly to be found in the Marches . The old cathedral of S . Severino is in the upper town (1129 ft. above sea-level); it contains frescoes by the two Salimbeni, while an altar-piece by Niccolo Alunno of
See also:Foligno (1468) has been removed hence to the picture gallery .
See also:ancient Septempeda
See also:lay r m. below the
See also:modern town, on the branch road which ran from Nuceria Camellaria, on the Via
See also:Flaminia; and here the road divided--one branch going to Ancona and the other through Tolentinum to Urbs
See also:Salvia and Firmum . No ruins of the old town exist, but a considerable number of inscriptions have been found, from which it may be gathered that it was a colonia .
SAN SEPOLCRO, or BORGO S
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