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Tolentino

(tōlāntē`nō), town (1991 pop. 18,346), in the Marche, central Italy, on the Chienti River. In 1797, Pope Pius VI signed at Tolentino a humiliating treaty with Napoleon Bonaparte, under which the pope gave up considerable territory and numerous works of art. Murat was defeated by the Austrians near the city in 1815 and lost the throne of Naples.
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At age 20 Tolentino entered the University of Coimbra to study law; he interrupted his studies three years later to become a teacher of rhetoric.