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There was another Blera in Puglia, on the road from Venosa to Taranto For other uses, see Blera (hoverfly). Blera —  Comune  — Comune di Blera Coat of arms Blera Location of Blera in Italy Coordinates: 42°16′24″N 12°01′57″E / 42.27333°N 12.0325°E / 42.27333; 12.0325 Country Italy Region Lazio Province Viterbo (VT) Frazioni Civitella Cesi Government  - Mayor Pietro Mazzarella (since April 2004) Area  - Total 92.78 km2 (35.8 sq mi) Elevation 270 m (886 ft) Population (2008)  - Total 3,313  - Density 35.7/km2 (92.5/sq mi) Demonym Blerani Time zone CET (UTC+1)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Postal code 01010 Dialing code 0761 Patron saint San Vivenzio Saint day December 11 Website Official website Blera is a small town and comune in the northern Lazio region of Italy near Rome, known during the Middle Ages as Bieda, an evolved form of its ancient name, which was restored in the 20th century. It is the birthplace of Pope Sabinian; Pope Paschal II was also originally thought to be from here. It is situated on a long, narrow tongue of rock at the junction of two deep glens. Contents 1 History 2 Main sights 3 References 4 External links // History In ancient times, Blera was an Etruscan town on the Via Clodia. It was of little importance, and is only mentioned by geographers and in inscriptions. In 772 it was destroyed by the Lombards of king Desiderius. In the 13th-15th centuries it belonged to the Di Vico family. In 1247 the army of Frederick II ravaged it. In the 15th century pope Boniface IX gave Blera to the Anguillara family who, apart a short period from 1465 under direct Papal control, owned it until 1572. Later it followed the history of the Papal States. Main sights Some remains of the town walls still exist, and also two ancient bridges, both belonging to the Via Clodia, and many tombs hewn in the rock with small chambers imitating the architectural forms of houses, and beams and rafters represented in relief.[1] References ^ Dennis, G.. Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria.  i.207.  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (Eleventh ed.). Cambridge University Press.  External links Official website George Dennis on Blera (Chapter 17 of Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria) This article relating to the Etruscan civilization is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This Lazio location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e v • d • e Lazio · Comuni of the Province of Viterbo Acquapendente · Arlena di Castro · Bagnoregio · Barbarano Romano · Bassano Romano · Bassano in Teverina · Blera · Bolsena · Bomarzo · Calcata · Canepina · Canino · Capodimonte · Capranica · Caprarola · Carbognano · Castel Sant'Elia · Castiglione in Teverina · Celleno · Cellere · Civita Castellana · Civitella d'Agliano · Corchiano · Fabrica di Roma · Faleria · Farnese · Gallese · Gradoli · Graffignano · Grotte di Castro · Ischia di Castro · Latera · Lubriano · Marta · Montalto di Castro · Monte Romano · Montefiascone · Monterosi · Nepi · Onano · Oriolo Romano · Orte · Piansano · Proceno · Ronciglione · San Lorenzo Nuovo · Soriano nel Cimino · Sutri · Tarquinia · Tessennano · Tuscania · Valentano · Vallerano · Vasanello · Vejano · Vetralla · Vignanello · Villa San Giovanni in Tuscia · Viterbo · Vitorchiano