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Ital. Trento, Latin Tridentum, city (1991 pop. 101,545), capital of Trentino–Alto Adige and of Trent prov., N Italy, on the Adige River and on the road to the Brenner Pass. It is an industrial and tourist center.
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Trento

 

a city in northern Italy on the Adige River. Capital of the province of Trento and of the Trentino-Alto Adige region. Population, 94,700 (1973). The city has an electrometallurgical industry and a chemical industry. Manufactures include machinery, wood products, and foodstuffs. There are hydroelectric power plants in the vicinity, on the Adige and its tributaries.

In ancient times, Trento was a Gallic settlement. In the fourth century A.D., it became a bishopric. The city (known as Triden-tum in Latin and as Trient in German) was the seat of an ecclesiastical principality from 1027—when the bishop of Trento acquired the title of prince—until 1803. In the Peasant War of 1524–26, uprisings in the Trento region continued through 1526. The city was the site of the 16th-century Council of Trent.

Trento belonged to Austria in the 19th century, with an interval from 1810 to 1814 when, as part of the Italian kingdom, it was under French rule. In 1919, the Treaty of St. Germain gave Trento to Italy.

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Trento

a city in N Italy, in Trentino-Alto Adige region on the Adige River: Roman military base; seat of the Council of Trent (1545-1563). Pop.: 104 946 (2001)
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"Prozess gegen die juden von Trient," redacted in the late 1470s by an anonymous scribe for an unspecified patron (probably either Count Eberhard of Wiirttemberg or his brother-in4aw Francesco Cardinal Gonzaga, Bishop of Mantua), is a compilation of documents edited and translated for the purpose of promoting the speedy canonization of Simon Unferdorben, a two-year-old allegedly done to death in ritualistic fashion by the Jews of Trent during Holy Week of 1475.
(39) Geschichte des zu Trient ermordeten Christenkindes, printed by Albrecht Kunne.
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Jahrhunderts", in Remigius Baumer (ed.), Von Konstanz nach Trient: Beitrage zur Geschichte der Kirche von den Reformkonzilien bis zum Tridentinum (Munich, 1972), pp.
En effet, si les menages choisissent, de maniere plus ou moins contrainte, leur logement, les territoires trient les populations selon differents criteres lies a leur cadre bati et aux caracteristiques sociodemographiques de leur population (Roncayolo 1990).
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