ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Corneto

                                     

ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Corneto

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Corneto had its see in Corneto, an old name for Tarquinia. It was absorbed by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Civitavecchia-Tarquinia

                                     
  • bishops of Corneto are known for the ancient Christian period it was made a diocese in 1435. Umberto Benigni 1908 Civitavecchia and Corneto The Catholic
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