“Thanks to the work of the International Scientific Committee, we are today in a position to retrace this route on the basis of a document left to us by Sigeric, Archibishop of Canterbury. In 994, on his way back to Canterbury from Rome, he described the itinerary and the main stopping places along the way in his memories.”
Here are the places on his route:
Canterbury – Calais – Bruay – Arras – Reims – Chalons sur Marne- Bar sur Aube – Besancon – Pontarlier – Losanna – Gran San Bernardo – Aosta – Ivrea – Santhia – Vercelli – Pavia – Piacenza – Fiorenzuola – Fidenza – Parma – Fornovo – Pontremoli – Aulla – Luni – Lucca – S.Genesio – S.Gimignano – Siena – S.Quirico – Bolsena – Viterbo – Sutri – Roma.
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