Perugia

Perugia, Italian walled city on the right bank of the Tiber, 127 m. by rail N. of Rome, with a cathedral of the 15th century, some noteworthy churches, a Gothic municipal palace, picture gallery, university, and library; is rich in art treasures and antiquarian remains; it has silk and woollen industries; it was anciently called Perusia, and one of the cities of ancient Etruria, and in its day has experienced very varied fortunes; it was the centre of the Umbrian school of painting.

Population (circa 1900) given as 17,000.

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

Peru * Perugino
Persiflage
Persigny, Fialin, Duc de
Persius
Persius
Perth
Perth
Perthshire
Pertinax, Helvius
Perturbations
Peru
Perugia
Perugino
Peschiera
Peshawar
Peshito
Pessimism
Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich
Pesth
Petalism
Petard
Petasus

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Antiquarius, James
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Bartolo
Benci, Francis
Bianconi, John Lewis
Boccaccio, John
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