This reminds me of the luscious radicchio di Treviso my parents would grill when I visited them in Venice.
Tarvisium (Treviso), corn-warehouse at, to be opened, x. 27.
Daylight favored the efforts of the Duke of Treviso to subdue the flames.
Then Canova was done, and Possagno was finished; and we resumed our way to Treviso.
You will perceive that he himself said exactly what he is made to say about the Bishop of Treviso.
He assigns the invention of linen paper to Pace da Fabiano of Treviso.
He was a native of Treviso and belonged to the Dominican order.
(Niccolo Boccasini), pope from 1303 to 1304, the son of a notary, was born in 1240 at Treviso.
This man was born at Feltri, in the country of Treviso, in the year 1439.
Some of the early Treviso books from the press of Gerard Lisa are distinctly pretty.