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  • Diocese of Pontremoli by Umberto Benigni 1367175Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 12 Diocese of PontremoliUmberto Benigni Pontremoli, Diocese
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  • Pontificalia Pontifical Mass Abbey of Pontigny Pontius Carbonell Diocese of Pontremoli Pontus Pools in Scripture Diocese of Poona Care of Poor by the Church
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  • of Poggio Mirteto Diocese of Policastro Pietro Pomponazzi Diocese of Pontremoli Diocese of Porto and Santa-Rufina Antonius Possevinus Diocese of Pozzuoli
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  • sculpture to the Louvre. But no excavation was attempted till MM. E. Pontremoli and B. Haussoullier were sent out by the French Schools of Rome and Athens
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  • Pontoise Pontoon Pontoppidan, Erik Pontoppidan, Henrik Pontormo, Jacopo da Pontremoli Pontus Pontus de Tyard Pontypool Pontypridd Pony Ponza Pood Pool Poole
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  • Diocese of Pontremoli
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  • ←Diocese of Pontremoli
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  • Pergamos, seine Geschichte und Monumenta (Berlin, 1899); COLLIGNON ET PONTREMOLI, Pergame (Paris, 1900); Acad. des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres (Paris
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  • Maggioli (1795), put to flight by the Jacobins. In 1787 the Diocese of Pontremoli, and in 1821 that of Massa Ducale were separated from Luni-Sarzana, but
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  • bishops at the instigation of Louis XII against Julius II. Leghorn, Pescia, Pontremoli, and Volterra are the suffragans of Pisa; the archdiocese has 136 parishes;
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  • popularity, especially after he had ceded the fortresses of Pietra Santa and Pontremoli to Charles VIII of France, who entered Italy with the avowed purpose of
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  • Gian Galeazzo. At Piacenza he heard of the young duke's death. As far as Pontremoli he marched over Milanese soil. Thence, descending the Apennines, he advanced
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  • we ever knew any man like to another to a comrade of ours, Faziuolo da Pontremoli by name, who came hither a fortnight ago, or perhaps a little more, since
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  • system of credit yet obtained. Then leaving the main road which runs to Pontremoli and at last to Spezzia, my lane climbed up into the hills and ceased,
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