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After the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 395, Vilivia, an officer of the Roman Imperial Guard, led his legion back to the city of Ravenna and established the Duchy of Ravenna there.At the time of the Lombard invasion, the Vilivian family professed to the Carolingian dynasty, and therefore avoided the historical event that Ravenna was handed over to the Papal State during the Piping offering.From then on, both the Frankish Empire and the Holy Roman Empire regarded this principality of the descendants of the Roman Legion that still maintained Roman customs as a proof of the legitimacy of the Roman Empire until the twenty years old Gaius the First in 1440. Became the new Grand Duke of Ravenna. After the war in the Republic of Ambrose, Ravenna took Parma from Milan and defeated the Ferrara-Bologna coalition in the Battle of Bologna, unified the entire Emilia-Romagna region, and in 1447 In the Battle of Mantua, the Grand Duke defeated the Venetian-Mantua coalition forces and advanced their forces into the Po Plain. Although the Villivian dynasty was extinct after the death of Archduke Attius in 1602, the Archduke Titus of the Venetian dynasty succeeded Ravenna under the election of the nobles and unified northern Italy before entering the 18th century. And formed an alliance with the Pope State to prepare to hand over southern Italy to the Pope with the Siena-Ancona line as the boundary. In 1798, the Venetian dynasty died out. Because of his tendency to combine monarchy and constitutionalism, a young military officer was always elected to power by nobles and citizens. In his governance, Lavenna gave up the goal of regaining the Roman Empire and instead chose the goal of unifying the Apennines. So in 1812, after negotiations between Ravenna and the Holy See, Ravenna handed over the entire Provence region to the Pope in exchange for the Pope to leave Rome to unify the entire Apennines. In the same year, the officer was crowned Emperor Napoleon I of Italy, sitting on the Apennines and Tunisia and Libya in North Africa. The Duchy of Ravenna, as part of the Italian Empire, became the capital of Emilia-Romagna province.
This 36”x60” wall flag is made of 100% polyester knit; equipped with grommets for an authentic look and feel. The flag is a one sided semitransparent print perfect for indoor applications.