[ben-uh-ven-toh; Italian be-ne-ven-taw]
- a city in N Campania, in S Italy: monumental arch erected by Trajan.
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But she is the most resourceful woman I have ever known, and she has friends with her in Benevento.
I used my forged safe conduct to get me back into Benevento.
He made his voice big, so that it echoed from the walls of Benevento, behind his men.
"Benevento," he said when Simon told him about the battle, and glanced up at the sun.
Farther than that, Friar Volpe said, and they might be seen from Benevento.
- a city in S Italy, in N Campania: at various times under Samnite, Roman, Lombard, Saracen, Norman, and papal rule. Pop: 61 791 (2001)Ancient name: Beneventum (ˌbɛnəˈvɛntʊm)
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