Brescia

Brescia, a city of Lombardy, on the Mella and Garza, 50 m. E. of Milan; has two cathedrals, an art gallery and library, a Roman temple excavated in 1822, and now a classical museum; its manufactures are woollens, silks, leather, and wine.

Population (circa 1900) given as 43,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Brenz, Johann * Breslau
Bremer, Fredrika
Bremer, Sir James
Bremerhaven
Brendan, St.
Brenner Pass
Brennus
Brenta
Brentano, Clemens
Brentford
Brenz, Johann
Brescia
Breslau
Bressay
Brest
Bréton, Jules Adolphe
Breton de los Herreros
Breteuil, Baron de
Brethren of the Common Life
Bretschneider, Henry Gottfried von
Bretschneider, Karl Gottlieb
Bretwalda

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Barbaro, Francis
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