Camerino

Camerino is a small town of 7.135 inhabitants in the Marches (Marche region), in the province of Macerata, Italy. It is located in the Apennines bordering Umbria, between the valleys of the rivers Potenza and Chienti, about 40 miles from Ancona. Camerino is best known for the University of Camerino founded in the Middle Ages.

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Giovanni Antinori - Life
... He studied mathematics in his birth town, Camerino, under his father Girolamo, a well-known and expert surveyor ... He left Camerino for Rome to continue his mathematical studies (and started his architectural studies) at the "Sapienza" and at the Accademia di San Luca, participating in the 1754 Concorso ... Returning to Rome and from there to Camerino, he built the splendid arcade and Hall of Mirrors in the castle-villa of Marquis Alessandro Bandini (Lanciano di Castelraimondo) ...
La Familia P. Luche - Cast and Characters - Recurring Characters
... (Mercedes Vaughan) is the sister of Federica, and the girlfriend of Don Camerino ... Don Camerino (Juan Verduzco) is the boss of Ludovico, and the boyfriend of Lucrecia ... half of P.Luche City and everybody always says that after his name in form of question("Don Camerino, owner of half P.Luche City?") Abuela Francisca de Dávalos (Nora Velázquez) is the mother of Lucrecia ...
Santi Venanzio E Ansovino
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Ridolfo II Da Varano Di Camerino
... Ridolfo (sometimes Rodolfo) II da Varano, signore di Camerino (flourishing 1344 — 1384), was a condottiero operating in Italy from the 1360s ... The commune of Camerino was one of many in the Papal States that rose in rebellion against papal authority during the war headed by Florence against the French-allied papacy of Gregory XI, in which Ser John ... had his uncle killed and therefore he became lord of Camerino ...
Da Varano - Overview
... His descendant Gentile was also a Guelph leader in Camerino when the town was destroyed by Manfred of Sicily ... In 1316 Rodolfo died and Berardo became lord of Camerino three years later he was made "Marquis of Ancona" by pope John XXI, for which he reconquered the ... At Gentile's death in 1355 Camerino and the da Varano territories went to his grandson Rodolfo, who supported cardinal Gil de Albornoz's campaign of reconquest of the ...