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Trento

Postby wldspirit » 04 Jan 2005, 15:18

Need clarification on a town name, Trento. Did a location search in database and pulled up three references to Trento. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Trento

Postby ptimber » 04 Jan 2005, 17:36

Why don't you just go to the catholic encyclopedia and reseasrch Trento which you obviously can do but are apparently not willing to do but are asking others to fulfill your curiousity. Peter

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Re: Trento

Postby ptimber » 04 Jan 2005, 19:55

There are 73,010 references to Trento, Italy onthe internet. Peter

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Re: Trento

Postby DeliBoy » 04 Jan 2005, 21:04

If you have found some reference to Trento (with no further qualification) then it is Trento the capital of the Trentino region.

This is the first of the three that come up when you enter the word "Trento" in the "Locations in Italy" database on this website.

The other two are really not significant (my apologies to both residents), and they do not even show up on the www.viamichelin.com website.

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Re: Trento

Postby wldspirit » 04 Jan 2005, 21:21

Thank you DeliBoy, your answer was indeed the clarification i was looking for, now i can proceed with my original goal.

And to think i only had 13,000 more references to go and a catholic
encyclopedia...............

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Re: Trento

Postby ptimber » 05 Jan 2005, 02:02

That is what genealogy is all about having deli boys deliver the pastrami. Peter

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Re: Trento

Postby wldspirit » 05 Jan 2005, 13:45

Gotta eat sometime...............

and at least he delivers....................

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Re: Trento

Postby suanj » 05 Jan 2005, 15:37

wldspirit wrote:Need clarification on a town name, Trento. Did a location search in database and pulled up three references to Trento. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hi:
about Trento name's origin coming from "tridentum" for presence of 3 roman's fort and this town have origin around I° century a. C. http://rilievo.8m.com/images/triden_img_idro.jpg
regards, suanj

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Re: Trento

Postby wldspirit » 05 Jan 2005, 16:13

Thank you very much suanj......as I've said before.....you are an
angel sent from above.....

I could not acsess site from your link, but I typed it in and the site came
up just fine.

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Re: Trento

Postby ptimber » 05 Jan 2005, 17:44

Dear Wildsprit I guess hard work pays off in the future, laziness pays off now or at least it seems that way. Peter


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