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Question 1: Originally, the Kingdom consisted of the territories of the Italian Republic: former Duchy of Milan, ________, Duchy of Modena, the western part of the Republic of Venice, part of the Papal States in Romagna, and the province of Novara.
Duchy of MantuaByzantine EmpireKingdom of Italy (medieval)Bishopric of Trent

Question 2: Following the dissolution of the Papal States, the kingdom was extended along the Adriatic coast, and on April 20, ________, three new departments were established.
July 9January 11808November 1

Question 3: Following the defeat of Austria and the Treaty of Pressburg, Napoleon annexed to Italy the territory of former Republic of Venice, as announced on March 30, ________, and ratified on May 1.
190018061804January 1

Question 4: The districts were divided, as in France, in cantons, seats of Tax collectors and ________.
Judicial Committee of the Privy CouncilJustice of the peaceSolicitorMagistrates' Court

Question 5: [2] Mintage being decided by Napoleon with an imperial decree on March 21, 1806, the production of the new coins began in ________.

Question 6: The kingdom was given a new national currency, replacing the local coins circulating in the country: the Italian lira, of the same size, weight, and metal of the ________.
Belgian francLuxembourgish francMonegasque francFrench franc

Question 7: With the Convention of Fontainebleau with Austria of October 10, ________, Italy ceded Monfalcone to Austria and gained Gradisca, putting the new border on the Isonzo River.

Question 8: The monetary unit was the ________ lira, which was 5 grams heavy.

Question 9: The Kingdom of Italy (Italian: Regno d'Italia, but also Regno Italico; 17 March 1805–11 April 1814) was founded in Northern ________ by Napoleon, and ended with his defeat and fall.

Question 10: Eugène surrendered on April 23, and was exiled to ________ by the Austrians, who occupied Milan on April 28.


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