- From Italian Benevento. (Wiktionary)
“The manuscript, a Missal and calendar written in 'Beneventan' script, known as Benevento VI 29 or Egerton 3511, was looted from the Metropolitan Chapter of the Cathedral City of Benevento between 1943 and 1944, and was acquired by the British Museum in 1947.”
“Thence it is a day's journey to Benevento, which is a city situated between the sea-coast and a mountain, and possessing a community of about 200 Jews.”
“And the monk went, and found them all as he had said, and took them up, and brought them with him in to a ship, and sailed with them to Benevento, which is chief city of”
“Iron-head, and Landulph III. made a divifion of his terri - ■ tories, Landulph having the principality of Benevento, which is and fixing his refidence in the ancient capital, while Pan - a & am J e - dulph refided at Capua, and governed that county.”
“Benevento," he said when Simon told him about the battle, and glanced up at the sun.”
“Webbe's "Benevento" that it owes its unique and permanent place. Dykes ”
“He was timed in 4 hours, 7 minutes, 41 seconds over the 113-mile course from Sulmona to Benevento.”
“After a short climb and a rapid descent, the race crossed into the Campagna region and concluded with a short turn-filled circuit through Benevento.”
“He subsequently travelled to Italy where he entered the Benedictine monastery of St. Vincent in the duchy of Benevento.”
“Stage 18 Thursday is a 113-mile rolling leg from Sulmona to Benevento.”
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