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Showing 23 places of which 18 on the map (only displaying places with exact coordinates).

Listing 1-20 of 23 places.

  • Aciliano (Italy) Vanished place near Chiusi (province of Siena)
  • Bergamo (Italy) None
  • Brescia (Italy) None
  • Chiusi (Italy) None
  • Cornino (Italy) In Val di Cornia, near Populonia (prov. Livorno, Tuscany)
  • Farfa (Italy) None
  • Leno (Italy) None
  • Lucca (Italy) None
  • Lusciano (Italy) Small village in the territory of Sovana, now whithin the commune of Sorano (prov. Grosseto, Tuscany)
  • Monteveglio (Italy) None
  • Monza (Italy) Variant of Medieval name: Modoetia
  • Pavia (Italy) None
  • Pisa (Italy) None
  • Rieti (Italy) None
  • Roselle (Italy) None
  • Socco (Italy) Identified by the editor (following Olivieri, Dizionario, p. 513) with the present hamlet of Fino Mornasco
  • Spoleto (Italy) None
  • Treviso (Italy) None
  • Unknown 1444 (Italy) According to the editor (on the basis of Liverani and previous edition by Schiaparelli), to be identified with a small locality "in Valdichiana, not far from Montepulciano", province of Siena. Kurze, on the contrary, sticking to the formula in the text ("Actum in Brioni, finibus Taurinate"), points out "Taurinate" is used in contemporary charters only for Turin, and locate "Brioni" in Val della Torre, 15 km. NW Turin. This identification was recently accepted by Chiarle.
  • Unknown 2793 (Italy) Vanished place in the territory of Populonia, province of Livorno in Tuscany. Seat of the Church of Saint Regulus.