Parma

Parma, a cathedral and university town in N. Italy, on the Parma, a tributary of the Po, 70 m. NE. of Genoa; is rich in art treasures, has a school of music, picture-gallery, and museum of antiquities; it manufactures pianofortes, silks, and woollens, and has a cattle and grain market; Parma was formerly the capital of the duchy of that name; it was the residence of Correggio as well as the birthplace of Parmigiano.

Population (circa 1900) given as 44,000.

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

Parliamentarian * Parmenion
Parker, John Henry
Parker, Joseph
Parker, Matthew
Parker, Theodore
Parkman, Francis
Parlement
Parliament
Parliament, The Long
Parliament of Dunces
Parliamentarian
Parma
Parmenion
Parmenides
Parmigiano
Parnassus
Parnell, Charles Stuart
Parnell, Thomas
Paros
Parr, Catherine
Parr, Samuel
Parr, Thomas

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