Subiaco

Subiaco, an ancient and interesting town of Central Italy; occupies a pleasant site amid encircling hills on the Teverone, 32 m. E. by N. of Rome; has a quaint, mediæval appearance, and is overlooked by an old castle, a former residence of the Popes; there are two Benedictine monasteries dating from the 6th century, and in a grotto near St. Benedictine lived, in his youth, a hermit life for three years.

Population (circa 1900) given as 7,000.

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

Subahdar * Subjective, The
Sturm-und-Drang
Sturt, Charles
Stuttgart
Stylites
Stymphalian Birds
Styria
Styx
Suakin
Suarez, Francisco
Subahdar
Subiaco
Subjective, The
Subjectivism
Sublapsarianism
Sublimation
Sublime Porte
Substitution
Subtle Doctor
Succession Wars
Suchet, Louis Gabriel, Duc d'Albufera
Suckling, Sir John

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Antique pictures of Subiaco