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Bojano or Boiano is a town and "comune" in the province of Campobasso, Molise, south central Italy. History: Originally named Bovianum, it was settled by the 7th century BC. As the capital of the Pentri Samnites, it played a major role in the Samnite Wars, as well as in the Social War, when it was a temporary capital (93 BC). It was sacked by Sulla. It was colonized under both the triumvirates, and by Vespasian, who settled veterans of Legio XI "Claudia" (whence the name "Bovianum Undecumanorum"), and remained an important centre into late antiquity. After the Lombard conquest, the deserted area was given to a group of Bulgars and became a seat of a gastaldate. After two centuries marked by Saracen attacks, in the mid-11th century it was conquered by the Hauteville Normans, becoming a fief of Raoul de Moulins, a companion to Robert Guiscard. The city became a county capital. The city was destroyed by a long series of earthquakes, the last occurring in 1913. Main sights: Remains of ... Read more about Bojano on Wikipedia

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