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Bolsena

(bōlsĕ`nä), town (1991 pop. 4,064), Latium, central Italy, on picturesque Lake Bolsena, near the site of the second VolsiniiVolsinii
, ancient city of Etruria, Italy, on the site of modern Orvieto. It was a powerful member of the Etruscan League, and the spirit of the league was broken when Romans conquered and thoroughly sacked Volsinii in 264 B.C.
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. It is an agricultural and tourist center. Of note are an imposing castle (12th cent.) and the Church of Santa Cristina (11th–16th cent.).
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The pope, guided by Armellino, sold or taxed, or attempted to tax whatever was at hand: wine, meat and salt; he tried to sell Lakes Bolsena and Terracina (Cesareo 83).
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In 1263, Pope Urban IV established the Feast of Corpus Christi to commemorate the Mass of Bolsena, when bloodstains appeared on the communion host and stained the sacramental linen.