Gerona

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Gerona

(Spanish xeˈrona)
n
(Placename) a city in NE Spain: city walls and 14th-century cathedral; often besieged, in particular by the French (1809). Pop: 81 220 (2003 est). Catalan name: Girona Ancient name: Gerunda
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Walls, believed to date mostly to the Tetrarchic period, were built around Lucus Augusti (Lugo), Asturica Augusta (Astorga), Bracara Augusta (Braga), Legio VII Gemina (Leon), Veleia (Iruna), Termes (Montejo de Tiermes) and Gerunda (Gerona), although those of Emerita (Merida), Conimbriga (Condeixa-a-Velha), Barcino (Barcelona), Ilerda (Lerida) and Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza) may be somewhat later.
F, Luzzatto G, de Franchis G, Fabris Gerunda GE, Girolami A.
Muraca M, Gerunda G, Neri D, Vilei M-T, Granato A, Feltracco P, et al.