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Lanciano During the fall of the Western Roman Empire, Lanciano was sacked by the Goths, and was destroyed during the Lombard invasion (c. 571 AD). A new settlement was then created around a castle built by the new rulers. In 610, however, it was conquered by the Byzantines, who annexed it to the Duchy of "Teate" (Chieti) and allowed the trades to restart. In the late 8th century Lanciano was conquered by the Franks, who included it in the Duchy of Spoleto.
Lanciano The city is also known for the first recorded alleged Catholic Eucharistic Miracle.
Lanciano Regarding the climate, the temperature averages about in winter and in summer. It usually snows about three times a year. During the summer there can be sultry days.
Lanciano The ancient Roman name of Lanciano was Anxanum, a city of the Frentani Italic tribe. The city is said to have been founded in 1181 BC by Solimus, a Trojan refugee arrived in Italy along with Aeneas. Legends aside, archaeological findings have shown that the area was settled from the 5th millennium BC.
Lanciano During World War II it was an active center of the Resistance against the German occupation. On 6 October 1943 Italian citizens attacked German soldiers (revolt of the martyrs of October 1943). In 1952 it was awarded the Gold Medal to Military Valour by President Luigi Einaudi.
Lanciano Lanciano is a town and "comune" in the province of Chieti, part of the Abruzzo region of central Italy. It has 36,304 inhabitants as of 2011.
Lanciano It is bordered by Atessa, Castel Frentano, Fossacesia, Frisa, Mozzagrogna, Orsogna, Paglieta, Poggiofiorito, Rocca San Giovanni, San Vito Chietino, Sant'Eusanio del Sangro and Treglio.
Lanciano Under the Frentani it was probably under the influence of Greater Greece. After the end of the Samnite Wars, which saw the Frentani allied with the Romans, Lancianum obtained the status of "municipium". It was probably a flourishing commercial site, across an ancient and important trade route connecting Pescara to Apulia.
Lanciano According to tradition, Lanciano is also the birthplace of Longinus the Roman centurion who thrust his spear into Jesus' side during the Crucifixion: "Lanciano" in Italian means "of the Spear"
Lanciano Apart from the city of Lanciano, the "comune" (municipality) of the same name contains 33 "contrade". The population of the "contrade" has been estimated (as of 2005) at 12,682.