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Timeline of Milan

The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Milan, Italy.

Contents

BC eraEdit

3rd–8th centuriesEdit

12th–14th centuriesEdit

 
Ground was broken for Milan Cathedral in 1386

15th–16th centuriesEdit

17th centuryEdit

18th centuryEdit

19th centuryEdit

20th centuryEdit

1900s–1940sEdit

1950s–1990sEdit

21st centuryEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  11. ^ Damiano Muoni [it] (1874). Archivi di Stato in Milano: Prefetti o direttori, 1468-1874 (in Italian).
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This article incorporates information from the Italian Wikipedia.

BibliographyEdit

See also: Bibliography of Milan [it]

Published in the 16th-19th centuryEdit

in English
in other languages

Published in the 20th centuryEdit

in English
in Italian
  • Francesco Malaguzzi Valeri (1906), Milano (in Italian), Bergamo: Istituto Italiano d'Arti Grafiche
  • "Milano". Piemonte, Lombardia, Canton Ticino. Guida d'Italia (in Italian). Milan: Touring Club Italiano. 1916. p. 5+ – via HathiTrust.
  • Storia di Milano (in Italian). Fondazione Treccani. OCLC 461149469. 1953-1966 (17 volumes)
  • Luigi Ganapini. Una città in guerra (Milano, 1939-1951) (Milan: Angeli, 1988)
  • Achille Rastelli. Bombe sulla città. Gli attacchi aerei alleati: le vittime civili a Milano (Milan: Mursia, 2000)

Published in the 21st centuryEdit

in English
in Italian
  • Francesco Ogliari. Fiamme su Milano: I bombardamenti aerei 1940-1945 (Pavia: Selecta, 2005)

External linksEdit