A city in NE Italy; population 211,936 (2008). It was the birthplace of Livy, and Galileo taught at its university from 1592 to 1610
(1195–1231), Portuguese Franciscan friar. His devotion to the poor is commemorated by alms known as St Anthony’s bread; he is invoked to find lost articles. Feast day, 13 June
see Anthony of Padua, St.