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Pa·vi·a

 (pə-vē′ə, pä-vē′ä)
A city of northwest Italy south of Milan. Originally a Roman stronghold known as Ticinum, it served as capital of the Lombard kings before 1359 and later became a leading Italian city-state.

Pavia

(ˈpɑːvɪə)
n
(Placename) a town in N Italy, in Lombardy: noted for its Roman and medieval remains, including the tomb of St Augustine. Pop: 71 214 (2001). Latin name: Ticinum

Pa•vi•a

(pɑˈvi ɑ)

n.
a city in N Italy, S of Milan. 85,056.
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