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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Modena 1306231The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Modena Modena (mṓ'dắ-nȧ), a city in northern Italy
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  • Archdiocese of Modena by Umberto Benigni 104119Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 Archdiocese of ModenaUmberto Benigni ARCHDIOCESE OF MODENA (MUTINENSIS)
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  • numismatist; b. 18 May, 1795, at Levizzano-Rangone, near Modena; d. 26 November, 1865, at Modena. He pursued his theological studies in the diocesan seminary
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  • OF CARPI (CARPENSIS). The city of Carpi is situated in the province of Modena, Central Italy. It belonged originally to the famous Countess Matilda, from
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  • (1913), Volume 10 Luigi Antonio MuratoriJohann Peter Kirsch Librarian in Modena, one of the greatest scholars of his time, b. 21 Oct., 1672; d. 23 Jan.
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  • avignon 17 avignon to genoa 30 genoa and its neighbourhood 38 to parma, modena, and bologna 84 through bologna and ferrara 98 an italian dream 107 by verona
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  • literary reputation. Nominated in 1770 librarian to Francis III., duke of Modena, he turned to account the copious materials there accumulated for the composition
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  • extraction, was elected in the beginning of the year 884, and died near Modena in the summer of the following year, while on his way to the diet summoned
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  • (eloquenza) at the Brera in Milan, he was called by Francesco III, Duke of Modena, to take charge of his library (the Biblioteca Estense); this he directed
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  • 1597; as according to a letter, now in the archives of Modena, written by him to the Duke of Modena in 1623, his reputation as a musician, and especially
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  • former Benedictine monastery and prelature nullius, six miles north-east of Modena founded in 752 by St. Anselm, Duke of Friuli, and richly endowed by Aistulph
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  • mathematician, b. at Valentano in the Duchy of Castro, 3 Sept., 1765; d. at Modena, 10 May, 1822. At first he intended to enter Holy orders and went so far
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  • his first instruction from the organist of the place, and afterwards at Modena from Giuseppe Asioli and M. Fusco. In 31 he entered the Conservatoire of
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  • Alessandro TassoniJeremiah Denis Mathias Ford Italian poet, born at Modena in 1565; died there in 1635. He spent his life in the service of prelates
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  • born on the 25th of March 1786 at Modena. After studying at Bologna, he became professor of mathematics at Modena, and in 1831 was appointed inspector-general
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  • honourable friend the member for Dundalk, the late Grand [sic] Duke of Modena - one of those whom, of course, we ought to regard with pity, and even with
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  • Ercole d'Este, and by this marriage the duchy became united with that of Modena; in 1806 it was given to Elisa Bacchiochi, and in 1814 to Maria Beatrice
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  • Messina Giuseppe Mezzofanti Diocese of Mileto Papal Mint Archdiocese of Modena Diocese of Modigliana Diocese of Molfetta, Terlizzi, and Giovinazzo Principality
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  • accession of James II he became the favourite painter of that king and Mary of Modena. He was sent to Holland to paint the Prince and Princess of Orange, and
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  • (emperor) Francis I. of France Francis II. of France Francis IV. of Modena Francis V. of Modena Francis I. of the Two Sicilies Francis II. of the Two Sicilies
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