Tuscany

Tuscany, a department of Italy, formerly a grand-duchy, lies S. and W. of the Apennines, fronting the Tyrrhenian Sea on the W.; mountainous in the N. and E., but otherwise consisting of fertile dale and plain, in which the vine, olive, and fruits abound; silk is an important manufacture, and the marble quarries of Siena are noted; formed a portion of ancient Etruria (q.v.); was annexed to Sardinia in 1859, and in 1861 was incorporated in the kingdom of Italy. Capital, Florence.

Population (circa 1900) given as 2,274,000.

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

Turpin, Dick * Tusculum
Tupper, Martin
Turenne, Vicomte de
Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques
Turin
Turkestan
Turkey
Turner, Charles Tennyson
Turner, Joseph Mallord William
Turner, Sharon
Turpin, Dick
Tuscany
Tusculum
Tussaud, Madame
Tweed
Twickenham
Twiss, Sir Travers
Twist, Oliver
Tyche
Tyler, Edward Burnet
Tyler, John
Tyler, Wat

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