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Pa'pal States'




the areas comprising a large district in central Italy ruled as a temporal domain by the popes froma.d. 755 until the greater part of it was annexed in 1860, by Victor Emmanuel II: the remaining part, Rome and its environs, was absorbed into the kingdom of Italy in 1870. Also called States of the Church. Cf. Vatican City.

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