1509 in Italy The Battle of Agnadello, also known as Vailà, was one of the more significant battles of the War of the League of Cambrai, and one of the major battles of the Italian Wars.
1918-1920 incidents at Spalato In 1918–1920, a series of incidents took place at Spalato between Dalmatian Italians and local South Slavs fighting for the control of the city.
1918-1920 incidents in Split In 1918–1920, a series of violent fights took place in the city of Split between Croats and Italians that culminated in a July 11, 1920 struggle that resulted in the deaths of Captain Tomm...
2012 Italy earthquake The 2012 Italy earthquake was a 6.0 magnitude earthquake, which struck northern Italy at 4:03 am on local time at a depth of 5.1 km.
2012 Northern Italy earthquake The 2012 Northern Italy earthquake was a 6.0 magnitude earthquake, which struck about 36 km (22 miles) north of the city of Bologna in northern Italy on at 4:03 am local time (02:03 UTC) ...
Abbey of Frassinoro The Abbey of Frassinoro was one of the many Benedictine monasteries throughout Europe associated with the noblewoman Matilda of Tuscany, who reigned over the Badia lands near Frassinoro.
Alaric I Alaric I (370 – 410) was the King of the Visigoths from 395–410.
Albergo (family) An Albergo was a term used during the Renaissance to indicate an organizational structure in which several families linked by blood or a common interest banded together.
Andragathius Andragathius was the Magister equitum of Magnus Maximus.
Anscarids The Anscarids or Anscarii or the House of Ivrea were a medieval Frankish dynasty of Burgundian origin which rose to prominence in Italy in the tenth century, even briefly holding the...
Asmara President's Office The Asmara President's Office is the building, in Italian neoclassical style, where the President of Eritrea lives and rules the country.
Austria (Lombard) Austria was, according to the early medieval geographical classification, the eastern portion of Langobardia Major, the north-central part of the Lombard Kingdom, extended from the Adda to Friu...
Austrian Littoral The Austrian Littoral (Österreichisches Küstenland, Litorale Austriaco, Avstrijsko primorje, Austrijsko primorje, Tengermellék) was established as a crown land (Kronland) of the Austrian Emp...
Auto-Saharan Company The Auto-Saharan Companies were Italian military units specialised in long range patrols of the Sahara Desert.
Battle of Garfagnana The Battle of Garfagnana (Battaglia della Garfagnana), known to the Germans as Operation Winter Storm (Unternehmen Wintergewitter) and nicknamed the "Christmas Offensive" (Italian: O...
Benevento Benevento is a city and comune of Campania, Italy, capital of the province of Benevento, northeast of Naples.
Benghazi Province Benghazi Province, or Provincia di Bengazi in Italian, was one of the provinces of Libya under Italian rule.
Berlusconism Berlusconism (Berlusconismo) is a term used in the Western media and by few Italian analysts to describe the political positions of the politician and intrapreneur Silvio Berlusconi.
Bibulca Way Bibulca Way (in Italian:Via Bibulca) was an old road dating back to the 11th century that used to link up Modena with Lucca and it was part of a much bigger network of roads.
Bombing of Bahrain in World War II The bombing of Bahrain in World War II was part of an effort by the Italian Royal Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) to strike at the British interests wherever possible in the Middle East.
Capetian dynasty The Capetian dynasty also known as the House of France, is among the largest and oldest European royal houses, consisting of the descendants of King Hugh Capet of France in the male line.
Cavalieri Addobbati The Cavalieri Addobbati, also known as Cavalieri di Corredo, were the elite among Italian knights in the Middle Ages.
Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea The Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea (Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation; CDEC) is an independent cultural and historical institution in Milan, Italy, dedicated to p...
Convention between Italy and Turkey, 1932 The Convention between Italy and Turkey, signed in Ankara on January 4, 1932, by the Italian Plenipotentiary, Ambassador Pompeo Aloisi, and the Turkish foreign minister Tevfik Rüştü Aras, settle...
Council of Italy The Council of Italy, officially, the Royal and Supreme Council of Italy was a ruling body and key part of the government of the Spanish Empire in Europe, second only to the monarch himself.
County of Apulia The County of Apulia was a Norman country founded by William of Hauteville that existed for sixteen years, from 1043 to 1059 in the territories of Gargano, Capitanata, Apulia, Campania, and Vulture.
County of Savoy The Counts of Savoy (Savoia, Savoie) emerged, along with the free communes of Switzerland, from the collapse of the Burgundian Kingdom of Arles in the 11th century.
Cupra Cupra is the name of two ancient Italian municipia in Picenum.
District of Gallarate The District of Gallarate was one of the four divisions of the Department of Olona, the province of Milan during the Napoleonic Italian Republic.
District of Milan The District of Milan was one of the four divisions of the Department of Olona, the province of Milan during the Napoleonic Italian Republic.
District of Monza The District of Monza was one of the forth divisions of the Department of Olona, the province of Milan during the Napoleonic Italian Republic.
District of Pavia The District of Pavia was one of the four divisions of the Department of Olona, the province of Milan during the Napoleonic Italian Republic.
Doge of Genoa The Doge of Genoa (Januensium dux et populi defensor, "Genoese Duke and People's Defender") was the ruler of the Republic of Genoa, a communal republic and a state of the Holy Roman Empire, from...
Duchy of Lucca The Duchy of Lucca was an Italian state existing from 1815 to 1847.
Duke of Carcaci The Duke of Carcaci is the Head of one branch of the Paternó Castello family, an ancient Italian noble family among whose ancestors were also the Princes of Biscari.
Dukes of Carcaci The Duke of Carcaci (Duca di Carcaci) is the Head of one branch of the Paternò Castello family, a ancient Italian noble family among whose ancestors were also the Princes of Biscari.
Emirate of Bari The Emirate of Bari was a short-lived Saracen state centred on the south Italian city of Bari from 847 to 871.
Expedition of the Thousand The Expedition of the Thousand (Italian Spedizione dei Mille) was an event of the Italian Risorgimento which took place in 1860.
Fascism in Europe Fascism in Europe was composed of numerous ideologies present during the 20th century which all developed their own differences from each other.
FERT FERT, the motto of the Royal House of Italy, the House of Savoy, was adopted by King Vittorio Amedeo II (1666–1732).
Foedus Cassianum According to Roman tradition, the Foedus Cassianum (in English) or the Treaty of Cassius was a treaty which formed an alliance between the Roman Republic and the Latin League in 493 BC...
Franca Viola Franca Viola (born in Alcamo in 1947) is a Sicilian woman who became famous in the 1960s in Italy for refusing a "rehabilitating marriage" ("matrimonio riparatore" in Italian) after sufferin...
Francesco Daverio Francesco Daverio was a patriot of the Italian unification, Chief of Staff of the Roman Republic, and an engineer.
Francesco Melzi d'Eril Francesco Melzi d'Eril (Milan, 6 March 1753 - Milan, 16 January 1816) was an Italian politician and patriot, serving as vicepresident of the Napoleonic Italian Republic (1802-1805).
Francesco's Venice Francesco's Venice was a four-part BBC television documentary series hosted by Francesco da Mosto and first broadcast on BBC2 in 2004.
Free Territory of Trieste The Free Territory of Trieste (Territorio libero di Trieste, Svobodno tržaško ozemlje; Slobodni teritorij Trsta; Triestine and Istrian: Teritorio Libero de Trieste) was an independent territ...
Gaudo culture The Gaudo Culture is a neolithic culture from Southern Italy, primarily in the region of Campania, active at the beginning of the 3rd millennium BC, whose typesite necropolis is located near Pae...
General Strike of 1922 The General Strike of 1922 was a labor strike in Italy led by socialists which ended in defeat for the workers.
Genoese colonies The colonies of the Republic of Genoa were a series of economic and trade posts in the Mediterranean and Black Seas.
Giants of Monte Prama The Giants of Monte Prama are ancient stone sculptures created by the Nuragic civilization of Sardinia, Italy.
Giuseppe Garibaldi Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 – June 2, 1882) was an Italian general and politician.
Giustiniani Giustiniani is the name of a prominent Italian family which originally belonged to Venice, but also established itself subsequently in Genoa, and at various times had representatives in Naples, ...
Goriška Goriška is a historical region in western Slovenia on the border with Italy.
Governorate of Dalmatia The Governorate of Dalmatia (Governatorato di Dalmazia), was a province of the Kingdom of Italy, created in April 1941 from the existing Province of Zara together with occupied Yugoslav territor...
Governorship of Dalmatia The Governorship of Dalmatia was a territory annexed to the Kingdom of Italy in April 1941, after the military conquest of the Jugoslavian Dalmatia by Italian general Vittorio Ambrosio during WWII.
Gran maestro A Gran maestro was the unofficial head of state in the Italian city-states.
Hauteville family The family of the Hauteville (French: Maison de Hauteville, Italian: Casa d'Altavilla, Sicilian: Casa d'Autavilla) was a petty baronial Norman family from the Cotentin which rose to ...
Historical Left The Historical Left (Sinistra Storica), originally know as Left (Sinistra) was a Liberal, radical, and progressivist political party in Italy.
Historical Right The Historical Right (Destra Storica), originally known as Right (Destra), was a Classical Liberal, Conservative and nationalist political party in Italy.
History of Istria Istria, formerly Histria (Latin), is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea.
History of Italy Italian history can be said to have started in the 20th century BC, when earliest accounts record the presence of Italic tribes in present-day central Italy.
History of Libya as Italian colony The History of Libya as an Italian colony began in the 1910s and lasted until February 1947, when Italy officially lost all the colonies of the former Italian Empire.
History of the Republic of Venice The history of the Republic of Venice traditionally begins with its foundation at noon on Friday March 25, 421 by authorities from Padua who hoped to establish a trading-post in the region.
House of Candia The House of Candia (also called "Candida" in Latin) is a European dynastic house, from the seat at the Baronnie de Candé and later through their union to the Hautville or Altavilla, that tradit...
House of Hohenstaufen The House of Hohenstaufen, also known as the Swabian dynasty or the Staufer, was a dynasty of German monarchs in the High Middle Ages, reigning from 1138 to 1254.
House of Medici The House of Medici was a political dynasty, banking family and later royal house that first began to gather prominence under Cosimo de' Medici in the Republic of Florence during the late 14th c...
House of Savoy The House of Savoy (Casa Savoia) was formed in the early 11th century in the historical Savoy region.
Illyrian Provinces The Illyrian Provinces (Provinces illyriennes) was a short-lived autonomous province of the Napoleonic French Empire, established in 1809 on the territories along the north and east coasts of th...
Imperial Free City of Trieste The Imperial Free City of Trieste and its Suburbs was a Habsburg possession from the 14th century to 1918, called in German as Reichsunmittelbare Stadt Triest und ihr Gebiet and in Italian a...
Incidents of Spalato Incidents of Spalato refer to a series of ethnic disturbances, revolts and fights that happened in the Dalmatian city of Spalato (now called Split) after World War I. The incidents were between ...
Iron Crown of Lombardy The Iron Crown of Lombardy (Corona Ferrea) is both a reliquary and one of the oldest royal insignia of Christendom.
Istrian Italians Istrian Italians are the ethnic group in the northern Adriatic region of Istria, related to the Italian people of Italy.
Italian bombing of Palestine in World War II The Italian bombing of Palestine in World War II was part of an effort by the Italian Royal Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) to strike at the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth of Nations wher...
Italian city-states The Italian city-states were a political phenomenon of small independent states mostly in the central and northern Italian peninsula between the 10th and 15th centuries.
Italian conquest of British Somaliland The Italian conquest of British Somaliland (conquista italiana della Somalia britannica) was a military campaign in the Horn of Africa, which took place in August 1940 between forces of Italy an...
Italian Egyptians Italians in Egypt, also referred to as Italian Egyptians, are a community with a history that goes back to Roman times.
Italian guerrilla war in Ethiopia The Italian guerrilla war in Ethiopia was as an armed struggle fought from the summer of 1941 to the autumn of 1943 by remnants of Italian troops in Ethiopia, in what had been the short-lived at...
Italian irredentism Italian irredentism (irredentismo italiano) was an Italian irredentist movement that (in the late 19th century and early 20th century) aimed at the unification of Italian speaking peoples and te...
Italian irredentism in Dalmatia Italian irredentism in Dalmatia was the political movement supporting the unification to Italy, during the 19th and 20th centuries, of adriatic Dalmatia.
Italian irredentism in Istria Italian irredentism in Istria was the political movement supporting the unification to Italy, during the 19th and 20th centuries, of the peninsula of Istria.
Italian irredentism in Nice Italian irredentism in Nice was the political movement supporting the annexation of Nice to the Kingdom of Italy.
Italian irredentism in Savoy Italian irredentism in Savoy was the political movement among Savoyards promoting annexation to the Savoy dynasty's Kingdom of Italy.
Italian irredentism in southern Switzerland Italian irredentism in Southern Switzerland was a political movement that promoted the unification to Italy of the Italian-speaking areas of Switzerland during the Risorgimento.
Italian irredentism in Switzerland Italian irredentism in Switzerland was a political movement that promoted the unification to Italy of the Italian-speaking areas of Switzerland during the Risorgimento.
Italian Kingdoms The Italian kingdoms are the names for the four major independent kingdoms in the Italian peninsula from 1816 to Italian unification in 1868.
Italian maltese Italian irredentism in Malta refers to past support in Malta for Italian territorial claims on the islands.
Italian Maltese Italian irredentism in Malta refers to past support in Malta for Italian territorial claims on the islands.
Italian National Society The Italian National Society was an Italian nationalist political organization created in 1857 by Daniele Manin and Giorgio Pallevicino.
Italian nationalism Italian nationalism is the nationalism asserts that Italians are a nation and promotes the cultural unity of Italians.
Italian occupation of Corsica Italian-occupied Corsica refers to the military (and administrative) occupation by the Kingdom of Italy of the island of Corsica during World War II. It lasted from November 1942 to September 1943.
Italian occupation of Majorca The Supposed Italian occupation of Majorca refers to the supposed invasion and occupation of the Balearic island of Majorca by Italy during the Spanish Civil War.
Italian philosophy Italy over the ages has had a vast influence on Western philosophy, beginning with the Greeks and Romans, and going onto Renaissance humanism, the Age of Enlightenment and modern philosophy.
Italian Protectorate over Albania The Italian Protectorate over Albania was established by the Kingdom of Italy on June 23, 1917 - during World War I - in order to create a de jure independent Albania under Italian control a...
Italian protectorate over Albania The Italian protectorate over Albania was established by the Kingdom of Italy during World War I in an effort to secure a de jure independent Albania under Italian control.
Italian Renaissance The Italian Renaissance was the earliest manifestation of the general European Renaissance, a period of great cultural change and achievement that began in Italy during the 14th century and last...
Italian Somaliland Italian Somaliland (Somalia italiana, الصومال الإيطالي Al-Sumal Al-Italiy, Dhulka Talyaaniga ee Soomaaliya), also known as Italian Somalia, was a colony of the Kingdom of Italy in ...
Italian Spahis Italian Spahis were light cavalry colonial troops of the Kingdom of Italy, raised in Italian Libya between 1912 and 1942.
Italian Tunisians The Italian Tunisians (or Italians of Tunisia) are the Italians living in Tunisia.
Italian Unabomber The Italian Unabomber (Unabomber) is a name given by the international media to an unknown terrorist tied to a series of booby-trap bombings in northern Italy, specifically in the Veneto and Fri...
Italian-occupied Corsica Italian-occupied Corsica refers to the military (and administrative) occupation by the Kingdom of Italy of the island of Corsica during World War II. It lasted from November 1942 to September 1943.
Italianization Italianization (Italianizzazione; potalijančavanje; poitaljančevanje; Italianisierung) was a process organized by the Kingdom of Italy to force cultural and ethnic assimilation of the native...
Italians of Ethiopia Italians of Ethiopia are the colonists from Italy who moved to colonize Ethiopia in the 20th century, and their descendants.
Italic League The Italic League was an international agreement concluded in Venice on the 30 August 1454, stipulated by the Serenissima and the States of Milano and Florence, which follows the Peace of Lodi s...
Kingdom of Burgundy Two of these entities - the first around the 6th century, the second around the 11th century - have been called the Kingdom of Burgundy; a third was very nearly createdas was more than one nobl...
Kingdom of Illyria The Kingdom of Illyria was an administrative unit of the Austrian Empire from 1816 to 1849.
Kingdom of Illyria (1816-49) The Kingdom of Illyria was a crown land of the Austrian Empire from 1816 to 1849, the successor state of the Napoleonic Illyrian Provinces, reconquered by Austria in the War of the Sixth Coaliti...
Kingdom of Italy (476–493) The Kingdom of Italy (476–493), (Latin: Regnum Italicum) also known as the Kingdom of Odoacer, was the kingdom of the Germanic chieftain Odoacer created after the abdication of t...
Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia The Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia (Regno Lombardo–Veneto; Königreich Lombardo–Venetien) was a kingdom in northern Italy, and part of the Austrian Empire.
Langobardia Major Langobardia Major was the name that, in the Early Middle Ages, was given to the domains of the Lombard Kingdom in Northern Italy.
Langobardia Minor Langobardia Minor was the name that, in early Middle Ages, was given to the Lombard dominion in central-southern Italy, corresponding to the duchies of Spoleto and Benevento.
Lombards The Lombards or Langobards (Langobardī, Italian Longobardi), were a Germanic tribe who ruled a Kingdom in Italy from 568 to 774.
Lords, Barons and Princes of Biscari The title, Prince of Biscari, was created by the grant of a Letters Patent from King Philip IV of Spain on 21 June 1633, which was bestowed upon the Baron of Biscari, Agatino Paternó Castello.
Lucrezia Borgia Lucrezia Borgia was the daughter of Pope Alexander VI, and Vannozza dei Cattanei.
Maria Pasquinelli Maria Pasquinelli (16 March 1913 – 3 July 2013) was an Italian Fascist, convicted of the murder of British General Robert De Winton in Pola on 10 February 1947.
May 1947 crisis The May 1947 Crisis of Italy was when the Communist Party of Italy was thrown out of government.
Military history of Italy The military history of Italy chronicles a vast time period, lasting from the overthrow of Tarquinius Superbus in 509 BC, through the Roman Empire, Italian unification, and into the modern day.
Misurata District Misrata, also spelt Misurata or Misratah, is a sha'biyah in northwestern Libya.
Modern history of Italy After World War II and the overthrow of Mussolini's fascist regime, Italy's history was dominated by the Christian Democracy (Democrazia Cristiana, DC) political party for 50 years, while th...
Mostro di Udine The Mostro di Udine (in English Monster of Udine) was an unidentified serial killer who killed at least 4 victims in the Province of Udine, in Italy.
Muslim settlement of Lucera The Muslim settlement of Lucera was the result of the decision of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen (1194–1250) to move 20,000 Sicilian Muslims to Lucera, a settlement about 240 kilometres south-east...
Mutilated victory The mutilated victory (Italian: vittoria mutilata) was the aftermath of the First World War for Italy, stemming from the broken Pact of London.
National Memorial Day of the Exiles and Foibe National Memorial Day of the Exiles and Foibe, or Giorno del ricordo in Italian language, is an Italian celebration for the memory of the victims of the Foibe and the Istrian-Dalmatian exodus.
Neustria (Lombard) Neustria was, according to the early medieval geographical classification, the western portion of Langobardia Major, the north-central part of the Lombard Kingdom, extended from the Adda to the ...
Non Expedit Non Expedit (Latin for "It is not expedient") were the words with which the Holy See enjoined upon Italian Catholics the policy of abstention from the polls in parliamentary elections.
Norma Cossetto Norma Corsetto (Visinada, 1920 -Antignana, 1943) was an Italian girl killed during the Second World War by partisans of Josip Broz Tito in one of the first massacres of Foibe, occurred in Octobe...
Nuragic civilization The Nuragic civilization was a civilization of Sardinia, lasting from the Bronze Age (18th century BC) to the 2nd century AD. The name derives from its most characteristic monuments, the nuraghe.
Ostrogothic Kingdom The Ostrogothic Kingdom was established by the Ostrogoths in Italy and neighbouring areas from 493 to 553.
Ostrogoths The Ostrogoths (Ostrogothi or Austrogothi) were a branch of the later Goths (the other major branch being the Visigoths).
Ottoman invasion of Otranto In 1480 and 1481, the city and fort of Otranto, in Apulia, southern Italy, was attacked and invaded by Ottoman troops.
Oñate treaty The Oñate treaty or Onate agreement of 29 July 1617 was a secret treaty between the Austrian and Spanish branches of the House of Habsburg.
Pasquinelli Pasquinelli Maria was an Italian woman who shot British general De Winton in Pola on 10 February 1947.
Patriarchate of Aquileia (Episcopal) The Patriarchate of Aquileia was an early center of Christianity, an historical state and catholic episcopal see, and today a catholic titular see in northeastern Italy, centred on the ancient c...
Patriarchate of Aquileia (episcopal) The Patriarchate of Aquileia was an early center of Christianity, an historical state and catholic episcopal see, and today a catholic titular see in northeastern Italy, centred on the ancient c...
Patrician (post-Roman Europe) Patricianship, the quality of belonging to a patriciate, began in the ancient world, where cities such as Ancient Rome had a class of patrician families whose members were the only peopl...
Peuceti The Peuceti were an ancient people living in Peucetia, the area southwards the modern Bari (Terra di Bari), Apulia, in southern Italy.
Pio di Savoia Pio di Savoia, an ancient noble Italian family, first mentioned by good authorities in the 14th century.
Podestà Podestà is the name given to certain high officials in many Italian cities beginning in the later Middle Ages.
Pope Pius IX and Italy Foreign relations between Pope Pius IX and Italy were characterized by an extensive political and diplomatic conflict over Italian unification and the subsequent status of Rome after the victory...
Praetorian prefecture of Italy The praetorian prefecture of Italy was one of four large Praetorian prefectures into which the Late Roman Empire was divided.
Princes of Ottajano The Princes of Ottaiano are a cadet branch of the ducal dynasty of Tuscany.
Quadrilatero The Quadrilatero is the traditional name of a defensive system of the Austrian Empire in the Lombardy-Venetia, which connected the fortresses of Peschiera, Mantua, Legnago and Verona between...
Renaissance The Renaissance (from Renaissance "re-birth", Rinascimento, from rinascere "to be reborn") was a cultural movement that spanned the period roughly from the 14th to the 17th century, beginnin...
Rimini Proclamation The Rimini Proclamation was a proclamation on 30 March 1815 by Joachim Murat, who had been made king of Naples by Napoleon I. Murat had just declared war on Austria and used the proclamation to...
Sabellians Sabellians is a collective ethnonym for a group of Italic peoples or tribes inhabiting central and southern Italy at the time of the rise of Rome.
Salih Reis Salih Reis (1488 ca. – 1568) was a Turkish privateer and Ottoman admiral.
Scaliger The noble family of the Scaliger (also Scaligeri, from de Scalis or della Scala) were Lords of Verona.
Schism of the Three Chapters The Schism of the Three Chapters was a schism that affected the Roman Catholic Church in North Italy lasting from 553 to 698 AD, although the area out of communion with Rome contracted throughou...
Seicento The Seicento refers to a period in Italian history and culture which occurred during the 17th century (1601–1700).
Skanderbeg's Italian expedition Skanderbeg's Italian expedition (1460–1462) was undertaken to aid his ally Ferdinand I of Naples, whose rulership was threatened by the Angevin Dynasty.
Spanish Road The "Spanish Road" was a military supply/trade route used from 1567–1620, which stretched from Northern Italy to the Low Countries.
Subiaco Press The Subiaco Press was a printing press in Subiaco, Italy.
Sulla's civil wars Sulla's civil wars were a series of civil wars in which Lucius Cornelius Sulla, a Roman statesman and general, attempted to take control of the Roman Republic.
Süpplingenburg dynasty Süpplingenburg dynasty was a ruling royal dynasty that dates back to its domination during the times of Lothair III of the Holy Roman Empire.
Teresina Bontempi Teresina Bontempi (Locarno, 1883 – Cevio, 1968) was an Italian-speaking Swiss writer and editor from Canton Ticino, Switzerland.
Terra di Lavoro Terra di Lavoro is the name of a historical region of southern Italy.
Thorbjorn Paternò Castello Don Thorbjorn Paternò Castello Guttadauro dei Duchi di Carcaci is the son of Roberto II Enrico Francesco Mario Gioacchino and Bianca Monteforte.
Timeline of Italian history This is a timeline of Italian history, comprising important legal and territorial changes and political events in Italy and its predecessor states.
Tito Minniti Tito Minniti was an Italian pilot who was killed after he was captured by Ethiopians during the Second Italo-Abyssinian War in 1935 near Degehabur.
Treaty of Paris (1796) The Treaty of Paris of May 15, 1796 was a treaty between the French Republic and the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia during the War of the First Coalition.
Trionfo Trionfo is an Italian word meaning "triumph", also "triumphal procession", and a car or float in such a procession.
Tripoli Province Tripoli Province (Provincia di Tripoli in Italian) was one of the provinces of Libya under Italian rule.
Triveneto The name Triveneto (or Tre Venezie) was created in 1863 by historical linguist Graziadio Isaia Ascoli (from Gorizia).