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Oblas Cassino leží 131 km juhovchodne od Ríma, 98 km severne od Neapola a 53 km juhovchodne od Frossinone, 37 km vzdialené k pobrežiu mora pri Miturno.La storia attraverso le testimonianze brutal doom cruelty bonus dont work grafiche di rilievo e di progetto.The Life of Saint Benedict.Subsequent investigations found that the only people killed in the monastery by the bombing were 230 Italian civilians seeking refuge there.14 Following the bombing the ruins of the monastery were occupied by German Fallschirmjäger ( paratroopers ) of the 1st Parachute Division, because the ruins provided excellent defensive cover.Martin, and was buried in the oratory.Many monks rose to become bishops and cardinals, and three popes were drawn from the abbey: Stephen IX (105758 Victor III (108687) and Gelasius II (111819).Cassino, Ciolfi Editore, 2005.
6 Archaeologist Neil Christie notes that it was common in such hagiographies for the protagonist to encounter areas of strong paganism.
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Lacking strong defences the area was subject to barbarian attack and became abandoned and neglected with only a few struggling inhabitants holding out.
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Victor II recognised the abbot of Monte Cassino as having precedence over all other abbots.Pope Gregory I's account of Benedict's construction was confirmed by archaeological discoveries made after the destruction of 1944.The Benedictines translated into Latin and transcribed precious manuscripts.The Age of Faith: A History of Medieval Civilization - Christian, Islamic, and Judaic - from Constantine to Dante:.D.Then it rises three miles above it as if its peak tended toward heaven.744 knieža Gisulf.7 Benedict scholar Terrence Kardong examines why Benedict did not face stiffer opposition in his seizure of the site from the local pagans.In 884 Saracens sacked and then burned it down, 10 and Abbot Bertharius was killed during the attack.It was rebuilt after the war.The 11th and 12th centuries were the abbey's golden age.32-33 Memorial unveiled in honour of allies who liberated Rome World news The Guardian.The Commander-in-Chief Allied Armies in Italy, General Sir Harold Alexander of the British army ordered the bombing.Monte Cassino (sometimes written, montecassino ) is a rocky hill about 130 kilometres (81 mi) southeast.Cassinum, v ase založenia klátora v r 529 na Montecassino, nazval sa klátor najskôr.Their work was admired by contemporaries but was totally destroyed in later centuries except two fragments depicting greyhounds (now in the Monte Cassino Museum).