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Monferrato:

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, Ital. Monferrato, historic region of Piedmont, NW Italy, south of the Po River, now mostly in Alessandria prov. It is largely hilly, and wine, fruit, and cereals are produced. In the late 10th cent.
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, Italy.
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Angel Anton, Casale Monferrato: Piemme, 1997, 161; Chantraine, G., <<La "correlation radicale" des Eglises particulieres et de l'Eglise universelle chez Henri de Lubac>>, en Chica, f., PANIZZOLO, S.
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