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The Italian name for a bell-tower, usually attached to a church but sometimes separated from it. The earliest recorded campanile was a square one, dating from the mid-8th century, at St Peter's, Rome; the first surviving example is circular and is at Ravenna, probably dating from the 9th century.

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