Modena

Modena, Italian town, 62 m. N. of Florence; has a cathedral, with noted campanile, university, library, and art collections, and manufactures silk and leather; capital of a duchy (303); incorporated in the kingdom of Italy 1860.

Population (circa 1900) given as 31,000.

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

Mobilier Crédit * Modern Athens
Mithras
Mithridates the Great
Mitrailleuse
Mivart, St. George
Mnemosynë
Moa
Moab
Moabite Stone
Mobile
Mobilier Crédit
Modena
Modern Athens
Modern Babylon
Modjeska, Helena
Modred, Sir
Moffat, Robert
Mohammed
Mohammedanism
Mohawk
Mohic`ans
Mohl, Julius

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