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“He now spends his days milking cows and forming 18-pound wheels of Tarentaise, a semi-hard cheese from the French Alps, for his company, Thistle Hill Farm.”
“I know in the Tarentaise you rescued from the guillotine three or four poor devils who did not wish to let their church bells be melted down.”
“The Archbishop of Vienne was to retain only the suffragan Bishoprics of Valence, Tarentaise, Geneva, and Grenoble; all the other sees in the Province of Vienne were made subject to the Archbishop of Arles, who also became again the mediator between the Holy See and the whole”
“Maurienne as suffragan of Tarentaise, but the metropolitans of Vienna continued to claim Maurienne as a suffragan see, and under Callistus”
“Tarentaise on the upper Isère in south-eastern France was certainly his native province, and the town of Champagny was in all probability his birthplace.”
“Born in Tarentaise, towards 1225; elected at Arezzo, 21 January,”
“The country contained numerous dioceses; of these Aosta was a suffragan of Tarentaise, Nice of Embrun, and the other dioceses on Italian soil were suffragans of Milan.”
“Fitzacre, Moneta of Cremona, Peter of Tarentaise, and Robert of”
“Hist. de Tarentaise jusqu'en 1792 (Moutiers, 1903); IDEM, Hist. de la”
“Tarentaise was suppressed in 1792 by the French Revolution.”
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