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Mantua [It. Mantova]locked

  • D. S. Chambers
  •  and Candace J. Adelson


North Italian city in the Lombard plain, situated on the River Mincio c. 16 km north of its confluence with the River Po. Here the Mincio widens into a series of swampy lakes that once surrounded the city but now bound it on the west, north and east. Occupied successively by Etruscans, Gauls and Romans, although never a settlement of any significance, Mantua first claimed fame as the birthplace in ...

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