Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Italy

See a list of abbreviations used in this list. See also our listing of current ecclesial jurisdictions.

  • When was the diocese of Martana erected?
  • When were the following dioceses abolished, or abandoned, or incorporated into other jurisdictions: Anzio, Arna, Aveia, Carmeia, Castro di Sardegna, Cisterne, Cluentum, Compulteria, Egnazia, Falerone, Lorium, Marruvium/Caelenae, Meria, Montemilone, Ostra, Otricoli, Pausula, Pitinum, Potenza Picena, Plestia, Samnium, San Salvatore sull'Amiata, Sepino, Tocco Caudio/Caudio, Truentum, Turri, Urbisaglia, Velia, and Vitalba.
  • We lack the dates of the interruption (or "death and resurrection") in the history of the dioceses of Tarquinia, and Tifernum Metaurum / Sant'Angelo in Vado.
  • We lack firm information about the possible (or dubious) dioceses of Antemnae, Arce (now Rocca d'Arce), Cori, Eretum, Itri, Leonessa, Libarna (now Seravalle Scrivia), Morcone/Mucro, Satricum, Trebula, Trevignano, Vico del Lazio, Villa del Foro and Vulturia.
  • When were the territorial Abbeys of Fontevivo, and San Michele Arcangelo di Montescaglioso erected?
  • When was the diocese of Caorle detached from Concordia?
  • What year did Pope Pius IX reerect the diocese of Caiazzo?

This is the second draft. All corrections and suggestions (preferably with sources for the information) are welcome.

Claes.Tande@katolsk.no

We consider the following diocese to be unhistorical: Vetulonia.

40~
Roma (Apostolic origin) - Italy

100-200
Mileto / Miletum - Italy
100-200
Privernum (later Piperno) - Italy
170-220
Ravenna (legend: 1st century) - Italy
190-210
Napoli / Neapolis (legend: Apostolic origin) - Italy

200-300
Canosa / Canusium, Canosium - Italy
200-300
Frascati / Tusculum - Italy
200-300
Milano / Mediolanum (legend: Apostolic origin) - Italy
200-300
Petelia - Italy
200-300
Porto / Portus Traiani - Italy
200-300
Sora - Italy
200-300?
Forlì / Forum Livi (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
200-400
Atella - Italy
200-400
Taormina / Tauromentium (legend: Apostolic origin) - Italy
237
Fondi / Fundi - Italy
250~
Nola (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
280-320
Siracusa / Syracusae (legend: 2nd century) - Italy

290-300
Aquileia - Italy

300-320
Benevento / Beneventum (other source: about 285) - Italy
300-320
Brescia / Brixia (legend: 1st century) - Italy
300-320
Capua (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
300-320)
Civitavecchia / Centumcellae - Italy (Note: in Upper Latium, not to be confused with Subaugusta = Centum Cellae, Centocelle of Lower Latium)
300-320
Ostia (legend: 3rd century) - Italy
300-320
Porto / Portus Romanus - Italy
300-320
Teano / Teanum [Sidicinum] - Italy
300-320
Terracina / Anxur, Terracina (legend: 1st century) - Italy
300-320
Tre Taverne / Tres Tabernae - Italy
300-320?
Pisa - Italy
300-320?
Siena / Senae, Sena - Italy
300-330
Forum Clodii - Italy
300-350
Chiusi / Clusium (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
300-400
Brento / Brintum (abandoned in the same cent. and incorporated in Bologna) - Italy
300-400
Cagli / Callium - Italy
300-400
Eca / Aecae - Italy
300-400
Claterna - Italy
300-400
Milano (Metr.) - Italy
300-400
Narni / Narnia - Italy
300-400
Porec / Parenzo / Parentium – (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Jugoslavia) Croatia
300-400
Santa Rufina / Sancta Rufina - Italy
300-400
Sarsina - Italy
300-400
Todi / Tuder, Tudertum (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
300-400?
Fano / Fanum [Fortunae] (legend: 1st century) - Italy
300-400?
Pesaro / Pisaurium (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
300-450
Catania / Catana (legend: 1st century) - Italy
300-500
Sorrento / Surrentum - Italy

303~
Formia - Italy
304
Cività / Civitas (= modern Olbia discontinued) - Italy
312~
Modena / Mutina (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony 312 or 313) - Italy
313
Rimini / Ariminum (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
313~
Altino / Altinum - Italy
313~
Bologna / Bononia (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony 313) - Italy
313~
Faenza / Faventia (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony of a bishop 313) - Italy
313~
Firenze / Florentia (legend: 1st century; but first testimony of bishop 313) - Italy
314
Arpi - Italy
314
Palestrina / Praeneste - Italy
323
Aosta / Augusta - Italy
325
Assisi / Assisium (first known bishop 547; but testimony of diocese 325) - Italy
330
Orte / Horta, Hortanum - Italy
334-345
Bergamo / Bergomum - Italy
337
Sora (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony of bishop 337) - Italy
337~
Arezzo / Arretium - Italy
343~
Lucca / Luca (legendary: 1st century; but first testimony of bishop 343/4) - Italy
345
Vercelli / Vercellae (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony 345) - Italy
350~
Padova / Patavium, later Padua (legend: 1st century) - Italy
350~
Tivoli / Tibur (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
350~
Tortona / Derthona (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
350?
Calvi / Cales - Italy
350-380
Trento / Tridentum (legend: 2nd century; first certain witness 381) - Italy
353~
Spoleto / Spoletum (legend: Apostolic origin) - Italy
353~
Terni / Interamna [Nahartium] (legend: 2nd century; first certain testimony: 353) - Italy
370-430
Verona (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
372
Pozzuoli / Puteoli (legend: 1st century; first certain testimony 372) - Italy
373
Lodi / Laus Pompeia, Laudae - Italy
373?
Ventimiglia / Albium Intimelium, Albintimilum - Italy
379~
Como / Comum - Italy
380-420
Cagliari / Caralis / Casteddu - Italy
380-420
Concordia / Sagittaria (one source claims 381) - Italy
381~
Genova / Ianua, Genua (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony 381) - Italy
382~
Forlimpopoli /Forum Popilii - Italy
397~
Novara / Novaria - Italy
397~
Pavia / Ticinum, later Papia (legend: 1st century; some sources say ca 350, others ca 450; first bishop witnessed in 397) - Italy
398~
Siponto / Sipontum (tradition: 3rd century; first testimony of bishop 398) - Italy

400-420
Potenza Picena / Potentia in Piceno (end unclear, now part of AD of Fermo) - Italy
400-420
Torino / Augusta Taurinorum - Italy
400-420~
Labico Quintanense / Labicum (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
400-451
Albenga / Albingaunum - Italy
400-451
Asti / Asta Pompeia - Italy
400-500
Adria / Adria, Hadria - Italy
400-500
Bevagna / Mevania - Italy
400-500
Bosa - Italy
400-500
Bovino / Bobinum - Italy
400-500
Brindisi / Brundusium, Brundisium (tradition: 4th century; 677-784 Byz. Rite, while the Latin D moved to Oria) - Italy
400-500
Cassano all'Jonio / Cassanum - Italy
400-500
Claterna (abandoned, incorporated in Bologna) - Italy
400-500
Conversano / Cupersanum - Italy
400-500
Gerace / Hieracium (Byz. Rite till the end of XI cent. [but Greek bishops survive alongside the Roman ones til 1497 in the Church of San Ciriaco])- Italy
400-500
Isernia / Aesernia - Italy
400-500
Literno / Liternum - Italy
400-500
Nocera [N. Umbra] / Nuceria - Italy
400-500
Penne / Pinnae - Italy
400-500
Pula / Pola – (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Jugoslavia) Croatia
400-500
Segni / Signia - Italy
400-500
Tadina / Gualdo Tadino - Italy
400-500
Vado Ligure - Savona / Vada-Savo (first attested in 7th cent., but likely foundation earlier) - Italy
400-500
Volterra / Volaterra - Italy
400-600
Avellino / Abellinum (legend: first half of 2nd century) - Italy
400-600
Blanda / Blanda Iulia (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
400-600
Salerno / Salernum - Italy
401~
Nomentum - Italy
416~
Gubbio / Eugubium, Iguvium (other sources: 3rd cent., 4th cent.) - Italy
417~
Eclano / Aeclanum - Italy
417~
Lilibeo / Lilybaeum - Italy
419~
Nepi / Nepeta - Italy
421~
Oderzo / Opitergium - Italy
431
Voghenza / Vicohabentia - Italy
440-461
Frigento / Frequentium - Italy
450~
Albano / Albanum - Italy
450~
Amelia / Ameria - Italy
450~
Anzio / Antium - Italy
450~
Ascoli Piceno / Asculum (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
450~
Aveia Vestina - Italy
450~
Bari / Barium (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
450~
Camerino / Camerinum (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
450~
Cassino / Casinum (later Abb. Monte Cassino / Montecassino) - Italy
450~
Città di Castello / Tifernum Tiburtinum, T. Tiberinum - Italy
450~
Civita Castellana / Falerii, Civitas Castellana - Italy
450~
Cremona (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
450~
Cuma / Cumae (other source: about 268) - Italy
450~
Falerone / Falerio (disappeared in ..., incorporated in Fermo) - Italy
450~
Forum Novum (legend: Apostolic origin) - Italy
450~
Fossombrone / Forum Sempronii - Italy
450~
Ivrea / Eporedia, Ipporegia - Italy
450~
Palermo / Panormum (legend: 1st century) - Italy
450~
Pausula (now Corridonia) / Pausulae (disappeared in ..., incorporated in Fermo) - Italy
450~
Piacenza / Placentia (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
450~
Salpi / Salapia (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
450~
Sant'Angelo in Vado / Tifernum Metaurum (suppressed (?) in ..., revived in 1635 and united with Urbania??)- Italy
450~
Squillace / Scyllatium = Scyllaceum (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
450~
Subaugusta / Centocelle (now part of Rome) - Italy
450~
Tarquinia / Tarquinii (suppressed in ..., revived in 1435 as Corneto Tarquinia??) - Italy
450~
Velletri / Velitrae - Italy
450~
Vettona / Bettona / Bettonium (legend: 1st century) - Italy
450-465~
Aquino / Aquinum - Italy
450-500
Fiesole / Fesulae (legend: 1st century) - Italy
450-500
Lilibeo (city destroyed, see probably abandoned) - Italy
450-500
Perugia / Perusia (legend: 2nd century) - Italy
450-500
Pistoia / Pistoria (tradition: 3rd century; testimony of first bishop late 5th century) - Italy
450-500?
Acqui / Aquae [Statiellae]- Italy
451~
Brescello / Brixellum - Italy
451~
Cefalù (legendary origin, later destroyed by the Saracens) - Italy
451~
Reggio Emilia / Regium Lepidum (legend: Apostolic origin; first certain testimony 451) - Italy
451~
Vibo Valentia / Vibona, Hipporion ([Byz. Rite till the end of XI cent., afterwards Greek bishops serve alongside with Latin bishops till XIV cent.]) - Italy
457~
Blera, Bieda / Blera - Italy
457~
Termini Imerese / Termae Himerae - Italy
465
Acquaviva / Aquaviva - Italy
465
Telese / Cerreto Sannita; Telesia / Cerretum - Italy
465~
Cures - Italy
465~
Luni / Luna (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
465~
Numana (later Umana, and then again Numana) - Italy
465~
Sutri / Sutrium - Italy
465~
Taranto / Tarentum (legend: 2nd century, first witnessed 465) - Italy
475-500
Alba / Alba Pompeia - Italy
480-500
Acerenza / Acheruntia - Italy
480-500
Agrigento (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
480-500
Alfedena / Aufidena - Italy
480-500
Alife / A[l]lifae (maybe 499?) - Italy
480-500
Amalfi / Amalphia - Italy
480-500
Anagni / Anagnia - Italy
480-500
Ancona (tradition: about 300) - Italy
480-500
Arna - Italy
480-500
Asolo / Acelum (legend: around 100) - Italy
480-500
Boiano / Bobanium, Bovianum - Italy
480-500
Bolsena / Volsinium - Italy
480-500
Carmeia - Italy
480-500
Caudio (now Tocco Caudio) / Caudium - Italy
480-500
Cervia / Phicocle, Ficoclum - Italy
480-500
Cluentum (now Civitanova Marche, disappeared later) - Italy
480-500
Corfinio, Pentima / Corfinium - Italy
480-500~
Ferentino / Ferentinum - Italy
480-500
Foligno / Fulginium (legend: 1st century) - Italy
480-500
Imola / Forum Cornelii, Imola (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
480-500
Larino / Larinum - Italy
480-500
Lorium (disappeared later) - Italy
480-500
Lucera / Luceria (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
480-500
Matelica / Mat(h)elica - Italy
480-500
Minturno / Minturnum (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
480-500
Ofena / Aufinium - Italy
480-500
Ordona / Herdonia (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
480-500
Ostra (later incorporated in Senigallia) - Italy
480-500
Otricoli / Otriculum, Ocriculum (not clear when suppressed and incorporated in Terni?) - Italy
480-500
Pitino / Pitinum Mergens (later incorporated in S. Angelo in Vado?) - Italy
480-500
Plestia (later incorporated in Assisi?) - Italy
480-500
Rieti / Reate - Italy
480-500
Sala Consilina / Oppidum Consilinum, Marcellianum (another tradition: 308/9) - Italy
480-500
Sessa Aurunca / Suessa - Italy
480-500
Spello / Hispellum - Italy
480-500
Thurio / Thurii, Thurium (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
480-500
Tolentino / Tolentinum - Italy
480-500
Tronto / Truentum (later incorporated in Fermo?) - Italy
480-500
Urbisaglia / Urbs Salvia (later incorporated in Tolentino?) - Italy
480-500
Vasto [Il Vasto] / Histonium - Italy
480-500
Venafro / Venafrum - Italy
480-500
Venosa / Venusium - Italy
480-500
Volturno (now Castel Volturno) / Volturnum - Italy
484~
Sulcis / Sulci [Sant'Antioco] (later transferred to Tratalias) - Italy
484~
Torres (now Porto Torres) / Turris Libysonis or Libissonis - Italy
484
Fordongianus / Forum Traiani - Italy
487~
Ferento / Ferentum - Italy
487~
Trevi [nel Lazio] / Treba (first known bishop now, but legendary foundation 88-97) - Italy
490-500
Amiterno / Amiternum (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
492-496
Potenza / Potentia - Italy
495
Populonia - Italy
495~
Norcia / Nursia - Italy
499~
Cerveteri / Caerae - Italy
499~
Roselle / Rusellae - Italy

500-520
Egnazia / Egnat(h)ia - Italy
500-520
Foro Flaminio / Forum Flaminii ([Website Foligno] abandoned later in same century, now San Giovanni Profiamma, part of the town and diocese of Foligno) - Italy
500-520
Lipari / Liparis - Italy
500-520
Messina / Messana - Italy
500-520
Miseno / Misenum (legend: Apostolic origin) - Italy
500-520
Sannio / Samnium (denomination referring to a region rather than to a place?) - Italy
500-520
Senigallia / Sena Gallica, Senogallia - Italy
500-520
Stabia / Stabiae (tradition: 4th century, later Castellammare di Stabia) - Italy
500-520
Tempsa, Temesa - Italy
500-520
Tindari / Tyndaris - Italy
500-520
Trani / Tranium, Tranum - Italy
500-550
Eclano (extinct) - Italy
500-600
Bagnoregio / Bagnorea / Balneoregium - Italy
500-600
Bari (Metr.) (between 8th and 11th century: Byz. Rite; two bishops?) - Italy
500-600
Canosa (incorporated in Bari) - Italy
500-600
Ceneda / Ceneta - Italy
500-600
Cervia / Phicocle, Ficoclum - Italy
500-600
Chieti / Teate - Italy
500-600
Comacchio / Comaclum, Cymachum - Italy
500-600
Forum Flaminii (abolished and incorporated in Foligno) - Italy
500-600
Jesi / Aesis - Italy
500-600
Marruvium / Caelenae - Italy
500-600
Ofena / Aufinium (abandoned) - Italy
500-600
Parma (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
500-600 (less reliable: 300-400)
Pola / Pula - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
500-600
Ruvo / Rubi - Italy
500-600
Sant'Agata de' Goti / Agathopolis - Italy
500-600
Senigallia / Senogallia - Italy
500-600
Sepino / Saepinum - Italy
500-600
Sovana-Pitigliano / Soana-Pitigliano / Soanum-Pitilianum - Italy
500-600
Sulmona / Sulmo - Italy
500-600
Vettona / Bettona (extinct) - Italy
500-600 (or 900)
Vegia / Vegla / Veglia / Krk - (Venetian Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia) Croatia
500-600
Viterbo / Viterbium - Italy
500-600
Zuglio / Iulium Carnicum - Italy
501~
Altino (abandoned) - Italy
502~
Acquaviva / Aquaviva (abandoned) - Italy
502~
Fidene / Fidenae - Italy
502~
Subaugusta (abandoned) - Italy
512
Buxentum / Bussento - Italy
524 (legendary: 3rd Cent.)
Aemonia / Cittanova d'Istria / Novigrad (not to be confused with Emona/Aemona = Ljubljana) - (Venetian Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia) Croatia
529
Montecassino / Mons Casinus (Abb., previously D Cassino) - Italy
530~
Arbe / Arba / Rab - (Venetian Republic, Austria, Yugoslavia) Croatia
530~ (or 4th Cent.)
Iadera, Iadra, Diadora / Zara / Zadar - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
~530? (until 550)
Septempeda (soon thereafter extinct, and territory de facto incorporated in Tolentino ?) - Italy
530-551
Alatri / Aletrium, Alatrium - Italy
546~
Ravenna (Metr.) - Italy
546
Strongoli (new name, perviously Petelia) - Italy
550~
Cesena / Caesena (legend: 1st century) - Italy
550~
Cingoli / Cingulum - Italy
550~
Cissa [on an island in front of Rovinj / Rovigno] - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
550~
Crotone or Cotrone / Crotona ([Byz. Rite till the end of XI cent., afterwards Greek bishops serve alongside with Latin bishops till 1261]) - Italy
550~
Fermo / Firmum (tradition: 3rd century) - Italy
550~
Gallipoli / Callipolis (between 8th and 11th century Byz. Rite) - Italy
550~
Gerace / Hieracium (perhaps named Locri at the very beginning; Byz. Rite till the end of 11th century [but Greek bishops survive alongside the Roman ones till 1497 in the Church of San Ciriaco])- Italy
550~
Grumento Nova / Grumentum - Italy
550~ (testimony of first bishop 579)
Pedena / Petina, Pican - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
550~
Reggio Calabria / R(h)egium Iulii (legend: 1st century, some testimonies in the II cent., other sources indicate ca 559 [Byzantine Rite till the end of XI cent., afterwards a period when Greek bishops serve alongside with Latin Rite bishops]) - Italy
550~
Treviso / Tarvisium (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
550~
Trieste (Slovenian: Trst) / Tergeste, Tergestum - Italy
550~
Urbino / Urbinum - Italy

558-560
Aquileia (Patr.) - Italy
568
Milano / Mediolanum (see moved to Genova during the Lombard invasion) - Italy
570~
Bevagna / Mevania (abolished and incorporated in Spoleto) - Italy
570~
Norcia (abolished and incorporated in Spoleto) - Italy
570~
Rieti (abolished and incorporated in Spoleto) - Italy
570~
Spello / Hispellum (abolished and incorporated in Foligno) - Italy
570~
Terni (abolished and incorporated in Spoleto) - Italy
570~
Trevi [in Umbria] (abolished and incorporated in Spoleto) - Italy
571-574?
Amiterno / Amiternum (destroyed, but not formally abolished) - Italy
575-600
Bolsena-Orvieto / Urbs vetus, Utbiventum (new name, some time after see moved from Bolsena to Orvieto) - Italy
580~
Alfedena / Aufidena (destroyed, territory incorporated in Sulmona) - Italy
580~
Sabiona / Säben - Italy
580-600
Belluno / Bellunum (legend: 2nd century; maybe end of 4th century; most likely 580-600) - Italy
580-600
Bisenzio / Bisentium / Visentium (tradition: 4th century) - Italy
580-600
Carini / Hyccara - Italy
580-600
Compulteria (date of suppression not known) - Italy
580-600
Cosenza / Consentia, Cusentia - Italy
580-600
Feltre / Feltria - Italy
580-600
Lecce / Lycia (Aletium, Lupiae) - Italy
580-600
Meria - Italy
580-600
Ortona - Italy
580-600
Osimo / Auximum - Italy
580-600
Teramo / Interamna Praetutianorum, Teramum - Italy
580-600
Tricala / Triokala / Trecalae / Troccoli (legend: 3rd century) - Italy
580-600 (but [FD] 580-600, [CI] 595)
Tuscania, Toscanella / Tuscania (tradition: 3rd century; more reliable: 580-600 - maybe 595) Italy
580-600
Vicenza / Vicetia, Vicentia (legend: 2nd century; maybe end of 4th century; most likely 580-600) - Italy
590 (maybe already 499)
Minturno (incorporated in Formia) - Italy
590~
Valva, La Valva (continuation of Corfinium; the name probably designated rather a valley than a precise place; the see has been again in Pentima = Corfinio till the fusion with Sulmona in 13th. century) - Italy
592
Paestum / Paestum and Agropolis (probably only one diocese; the see of Paestum was very early moved to Agropolis) - Italy
592
Blanda / Blanda Iulia (incorporated in Paestum) - Italy
592
Velia - Italy
593
Cures (incorporated in Nomentum) - Italy
594
Fausiana (first testimony) - Italy
595
Bomarzo / Polymartium (new name, see moved from Ferento) - Italy
595~
Toscanella / Tuscania - Italy
596~
Otranto / Hydruntum, Ydruntum (between 8th century and 1085 Byz. Rite; two bishops?) - Italy
597~
Rossano / Rossanum (new name, see moved from Thurio [Byz. Rite till the end of XI cent., afterwards Greek bishops serve along Latin bishops till 1364]) - Italy
598
Nocera de' Pagani / Nuceria Paganorum (first testimony maybe 402, might be even older) - Italy
599
Nicotera / Nicotra ([Byz. Rite till the XII cent.]) - Italy
599~
Tharros - Italy

600-620
Lentini / Leontini - Italy
600-650
Vico Equense / Vicus - Italy
600-700
Bisarcio / Bisarchium - Italy
600-700
Bova / Boba (Greek: Vua) - Italy ([Byz. Rite till the end of 11th century) - Italy
600-700
Carsoli / Carsulae (abandoned in the same cent., now part of the town of Foligno) - Italy
600-700
Chioggia /[Fossa] Clodia - Italy
600-700
Equilium / Ecilium / Equilio (now Iesolo) - Italy
600-700
Leuca/ Leucas [Byz. Rite, Latin rite about 10th century] - Italy
600-700
Monterano / Manturia, Manturianum (new name, previously Forum Clodii. Probably abandoned later in the same century) - Italy
600-700
Ordona / Herdonia (destroyed by Lombards [Langobardi] of Benevento) - Italy
600-700
Polignano / Polinianum - Italy
600-700
Pomposa /Pomposia (Abb. "nullius dioeceseos") - Italy
600-700
Santa Severina / Siberene, Sancta Severina ([Byz. Rite till 1136]) - Italy
600-700
Tropea / Tropium, Tropaea - Italy
600-700
Ugento / Uxentum, Uzentum [Byz. Rite, Latin rite about 10th century] - Italy
600-700
Uselli / Uxellum, later Ales / Alesium - Italy
600~
Tauriana / Taurianum - Italy
603~?
Brixellum / Brescello (abandoned now, maybe later) - Italy
606
Concordia or Caorle / Caprulae (Concordia destroyed 606, see of diocese moved to Caorle, Concordia remained the name although Caorle used alteratively) - Italy
615 / 643?
[San Colombano di] Bobbio / Sancti Columbani in Bobio (founded in 615 by Irish monks, since 643 Benedictine Abb. "nullius dioeceseos") - Italy
624
Ferrara / Ferraria (new name, see moved from Voghenza) - Italy
638
Eraclea / Eracliana / Melidissa / later: Cittanova (new name, see moved from Oderzo) - Italy
640
Torcello / Turris, Turricellum - Italy
650
Milano / Mediolanum (see moved back from Genova) - Italy
650~
Cissa (island submerged and D incorporated in Pula) - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
[677-784]
- Oria / Uria (provisional see of the Latin bishop of Brindisi, when in Brindisi there was one of Byz. rite, united with Brindisi ca. 785 and probably not independent Diocese until 1591 [information from Brindisi's website, but in contradiction to Annuario Pontificio]) - Italy
680~
Castro [del Lazio] / Castrum in Tuscia (new name, moved from Visentium / Bisentium / Bisenzio; destroyed by Saracens in 9th century) - Italy
680~
Ordona / Herdonia (destroyed by Lombards) - Italy
682
Castro [di Puglia] / Castrum in Apulia [Byz. Rite, Latin rite about 10th cent.] - Italy

700~
Orvieto / Urbs vetus, Urbiventum (new name, previously Bolsena-Orvieto) - Italy
700-800
Bisceglie / Vigilia - Italy
700-800
Gallese / Gallesium, Gallesa - Italy
700-800??
Martana / Martana Tudertinorum (abandoned and incorporated in Todi) - Italy
700-800
Novalesa (Abb., detached from Torino) - Italy
700-800
Oria / Uria - Italy
700-800
Sezze / Setia - Italy
700-800
Veroli / Verulae - Italy
705-707
San Vincenzo al Volturno (Abb., previously Volturno, D) - Italy
742
Methamaucum / Malamocco - Italy
743
Conza / Compsa - Italy
743
Santissimo Salvatore all'Amiata (Abb.) - Italy
752
Nonantola / Nonantula (Abb.) - Italy
774
Olivolo or Rialto / Olivolum, Ripus Altus (later: Castello and Venezia) - Italy
775
Farfa (Abb.) - Italy
785
Brindisi e Oria (new name, previously Brindisi) - Italy
790-810~
Bisignano / Bisidiae, Bisinianum - Italy

800~
Castroleopoli (Leopoli) e Traetto (founded at the time of pope Leo III) - Italy
800-900
Bitonto / Budruntum, Bituntum - Italy
800-900
Caiazzo / Calatia, Caiatia - Italy
800-900
Carini (abandoned) - Italy
800-900
Formia-Gaeta / Formia-Caieta (new name, previously Formia, but the see was in Gaeta since 590) - Italy
800-900
Gravina - Italy
800-900
Marsi [the denomination is not territorial, but ethnic] - Italy
800-900
Matera / Mateola - Italy
800-900
Minervino [Murge] / Minerbium, Minervium - Italy
800-900
Ortona (abandoned) - Italy
800-900?
Cirella - Italy
800-1000?
Amantea - Italy
804
Mantova / Mantua - Italy
811
Methamaucum / Malamocco (incorporated in Rialto) - Italy
821~
Asolo / Acelum (abandoned, territory incorporated in Treviso in 969) - Italy
826
Montefeltro / Feretrum / Mons Feretranus - Italy
829
Agrigento (abandoned due to the Saracens) - Italy
831~
Messina (vacant, abandoned during Saracen rule) - Italy
836
Tindari / Tyndaris (abandoned due to the Saracens, territory later reorganized in the D of Patti) - Italy
837~
Tricala (abandoned due to the Saracens, territory incorporated in Agrigento) - Italy
844/847
Sepino / Saepinum (probably disappeared after the earthquakes of 844 or 847 ) - Italy
847~
Lentini (abandoned due to the Saracens) - Italy
850~
Castello / Castellum (new name of Olivolo or Rialto - later: Venezia) - Italy
850~
Nicastro / Neocastrum (between 963-1094: Byzantine rite) - Italy
867
Gaeta / Caieta (new name, previously Formia-Gaeta) – Italy
870
Absorus / Ossero / Osor (in the Is. Cres / Cherso) - (Venetian Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia) Croatia
878
Siracusa / Syracusae (vacant/abandoned due to Arab invasion) - Italy
886~
Termini Imerese (abandoned due to the Saracens, territory incorporated in Agrigento, and Palermo) - Italy
887
Savona / Savo, Sabata (new name, previously Vado-Savona) - Italy

900-1000
Brindisi (Metr.) - Italy
900-1000
Grumento (destroyed by the Saracens and abandoned, continued by Marsico Nuovo) - Italy
900-1000
Napoli (Metr.) - Italy
900-1000
Novalesa (destroyed, territory reincorporated in Torino) – Italy
900-1000
Salerno (Metr.) - Italy
900-1000
Trivento / Triventum - Italy
902~
Taormina (abandoned) - Italy
937
Subiaco / Sublacum (Abb.) - Italy
944
Nomentum (incorporated in Forum Novum [de facto this happened already about 804]) - Italy
946
Termoli / Thermulae - Italy
960
Sant'Agata de' Goti (reerected) - Italy
964~
Trevico - Italy
966~
Atina (territorial Prepositure, first mentioned in 966) - Italy
966
Capua (Metr.) - Italy
968
Taranto (Metr., Byz. - changed to Latin rite about 1080) – Italy
968
Tricarico / Tricaricum [Byz.] - Italy
968~
Tursi / Tursium - Italy
969
Benevento (Metr.) - Italy
980-1000
Cirella (destroyed by the Saracens, territory incorporated in San Marco Argentano) - Italy
980-1000
Tempsa, Temesa (destroyed by the Saracens, territory incorporated in Nicastro) - Italy
984
Lettere / Litterae - Italy
987
Amalfi (Metr.) - Italy
987
Capri / Capreae - Italy
987
Minori / Minora - Italy
987
Scala - Italy
992
Bressanone / Brixen (new name, see moved from Sabiona / Säben) - Italy
993~
Merino and Vieste / Vieste / Apenestae, Vesta - Italy

1000-1050
Muro Lucano / Numistro, Civitas Muri - Italy
1000-1100
Acerenza (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Acerra / Cerenthia, Acerrae - Italy
1000-1100
Ariano Irpino / Arianum in Irpinia - Italy
1000-1100
Arpi (destroyed by the Saracens and abandoned, territory incorporated in Siponto) – Italy
1000-1100
Ascoli Satriano / Satrianum, Asculum Apuliae - Italy
1000-1100
Bobbio / Bobium (D, and new name, previously Abb. "nullius Dioeceseos" San Colombano di Bobbio) - Italy
1000-1100
Bomarzo (incorporated in Bagnoregio) - Italy
1000-1100
Cagliari (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Castellaneta / Castania, Castellanetum - Italy
1000-1100
Conza (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Giovinazzo / Iuvenatium - Italy
1000-1100
Lacedonia / Aquilonia, Laquedonia - Italy
1000-1100
Marsico Nuovo / Marsicum (continuation of Grumento, destroyed by Saracens and abandoned) - Italy
1000-1100
Massa Carrara (Abb. "nullius dioeceseos", detached from Lucca) - Italy
1000-1100
Matera (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Melfi / Melphis - Italy
1000-1100
Monopoli / Monopolis - Italy
1000-1100
Montemilone / Mons Milonis – Italy
1000-1100
Ostuni / Hostunum - Italy
1000-1100
Otranto (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Palermo (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Rapolla - Italy
1000-1100
Reggio Calabria (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Sala Consilina / Oppidum Consilinum (abandoned, incorporated in Capaccio) - Italy
1000-1100
Santa Severina (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Satriano/ Satrianum (in Basilicata = Lucania) - Italy
1000-1100
Sorres / Sorra - Italy
1000-1100
Suelli - Italy
1000-1100
Terlizzi / Terlitium - Italy
1000-1100
Trani (Metr.) - Italy
1000-1100
Venafro / Venafrum (probably revival) - Italy
1000~
Castroleopoli (Leopoli) e Traetto (abandoned) - Italy
1004~
Nusco / Nuscus - Italy
1007
Tadina / Gualdo Tadino (incorporated in Nocera) - Italy
1019
Troia (new name; continuation of Eca) - Italy
1023
Mottola / Motula - Italy
1024
Massa Lubrense / Massa Lubrensis - Italy
1029
Caere / Cerveteri (suppressed, incorporated in Porto) – Italy
1030
Canne / Cannae - Italy
1030-1040
Malvito / Malvitum? - Italy
1030-1040
Umbriatico / Umbriaticum - Italy
1031
Cefalù / Cephaloedium, Cephaludium (reconstituted, detached from Messina) - Italy
1042
Oulx / Saint-Laurent d'Oulx (Prepositure; belonged to France from 1231 to 1713) - Italy
1049
Monteverde / Mons Viridis - Italy
1053
Aversa (comprising of the old dioceses of Atella, Cuma, Miseno, and Literno) - Italy
1054
Zadar / Zara (Metr.) - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
1059
Civitate [sul Furtore] / Civitas - Italy
1059
Dragonara / Draconaria (abandoned a few decades later) - Italy
1059
Fiorentino / Florentinum - Italy
1059
Guardialfiera / Guardia - Italy
1059
Montecorvino / Mons Corbinus - Italy
1059
Montemarano - Italy
1059
Tortiboli - Italy
1059
Vulturara / Vulturaria - Italy
1060
Gabii (suppressed, incorporated in Palestrina) - Italy
1060
Santissimo Salvatore (Abb. [Byz.], erected from the old territories of Triocala) - Italy
1061
Troina (established from Messina territories) - Italy
1062~
Castro [di Sardegna] / Castrum in Sardinia - Italy
1065
Anglona / Pandosia, Anglona [Byz. rite: 1065-1110] - Italy
1065
Ottana / Othana - Italy
1066
Sarno / Sarnum - Italy
1068
Sorrento (Metr.) - Italy
1068
Tricarico (now of Latin rite) - Italy
1073
Arborea / Oristano (Metr., and new name, previously Tharros) - Italy
1073
Torres (Metr.) - Italy
1073-1085
Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi - Italy
1074
Manfredonia (Metr., and new name, previously Siponto) - Italy
1079
Policastro (regarded as continuation of Buxentum) - Italy
1080
Cerenza / Geruntia / Pumentum - Italy
1080
Malvito (suppressed, and incorporated in San Marco) - Italy
1081
Santissimo Salvatore [Maggiore] in Messina / Sanctissimi Salvatoris in Messana (territorial Archimandritate = Abb. of Greek rite, erected from part of the old territories of Tricala, Latin rite from 1635) - Italy
1081
Troina (reincorporated in Messina, which is now revived) - Italy
1083
Mileto (reerected) - Italy
1083
Tauriana (incorporated in Mileto) - Italy
1083
Vibona (incorporated in Mileto) - Italy
1087~
Carinola / Calina - Italy
1087-1088
Ravello / Rebellum - Italy
1090
Ploaghe / Plovacum - Italy
1092
Pisa (Metr.) - Italy
1092
Siracusa / Syracusae (revived) - Italy
1093
Girgenti (reestablished with new name, previously Agrigento) - Italy
1093
Mazara del Vallo - Italy
1094
Amantea (destroyed and abandoned, territory incorporated in Cosenza) - Italy
1099
Blera (suppressed, incorporated in Tuscania) - Italy
1099
Centocelle / Civitavecchia (suppressed, incorporated in Tuscania) - Italy
1099~
Martirano / Martoranum - Italy

1100-1119
Andria - Italy
1100-1200
Acerno / Acernum - Italy
1100-1200
Galtellì - Italy
1100-1200
Montevergine / Mons Virginis (Abb. "nullius doeceseos") - Italy
1100-1200
Terralba / Terra Alba - Italy
1100-1200
Vescovio (new name, previously Forum Novum) - Italy
1106?
Alghero - Italy
1111
Labico Quintanense (suppressed, incorporated in Tuscania) - Italy
1112
Dolia - Italy
1113
Ampurias - Italy
1113?
Caserta - Italy
1114~
Isola - Italy
1119
Othoca / Santa Giusta - Italy
1119
Porto e Santa Rufina (united) - Italy
1121
Catanzaro - Italy
1122~
Belcastro - Italy
1131
Patti e Lipari / Pactae et Lipara (D, Patti a revival of Tindari, Lipari being an ancient territorial abbey) - Italy
1133-1194
Massa [Marittima] (Massa Veternensis) - Populonia (new name of Populonia, but the see had been already there since one century; the coastal part of the D and the island of Elba [Piombino and Elba] theoretically belonged to France 1803-1816, having been attached to Ajaccio) - (France) Italy
1133
Genova (Metr.) - Italy
1133
Brugnato (detached from Luni) - Italy
1136~
Molfetta - Italy
1137
Montecorvino (destroyed, de facto abandoned as diocese) - Italy
1137
Nocera de' Pagani (destroyed, de facto abandoned as diocese) - Italy
1138
Grosseto / Rosetum (continuation of Rusellae) - Italy
1140
Santi Vincenzo ed Anastasio alle Tre Fontane (territorial Abbey with see near Rome, but its territory was mainly around Orbetello, and also in little exclaves within Civita Castellana and Nepi) - Italy
1150
Cosenza (Metr.) - Italy
1150
Velletri (incorporated in Ostia) - Italy
1166
Messina (Metr.) - Italy
1169
Lettere-Gragnano (new name, previously Lettere) - Italy
1175
Alessandria [della Paglia] / Alexandria Statiellorum (detached from Acqui) - Italy
1176
Monreale - Italy
1178~
Forcona - Italy
1179~
Bisaccia - Italy
1179~
Capaccio (new name, previously Paestum) - Italy
1179
Ischia - Italy
1179
San Marco - Italy
1180
Alessandria (incorporated in Acqui, but soon after reestablished) - Italy
1183
Monreale (Metr.) - Italy
1192
Toscanella /Tuscania (incorporated in Viterbo) - Italy
1197
Belluno e Feltre (united) - Italy

1200-1300
Alessano (new name, previously Leuca) - Italy
1200-1300
San Martino al Monte Cimiono (Abb.) - Italy
1203
Acerenza e Matera (Metr., Matera united with Acerenza) - Italy
1205
Alessandria (incorporated in Acqui) - Italy
1206
Santa Lucia del Mela (Prel.) - Italy
1217
Terracina, Sezze e Piperno (later Priverno, united) - Italy
1218?
Rieti (reestablished, detached from Spoleto) - Italy
1218
Terni (reestablished, detached from Spoleto) - Italy
1228
Nocera de' Pagani (restored) - Italy
1230~
Civitate (destroyed, but continued nominally) - Italy
1235
Monteleone Calabro (new name, previously Vibo Valentia) - Italy
1239
Noli (detached from Savona) - Italy
1239
Noli e Brugnato (Noli united with Brugnato) - Italy
1239
Recanati - Italy
1245
Brugnato (detached from Noli e Brugnato) - Italy
1245
Noli (detached from Noli e Brugnato) - Italy
1248
Altamura (Prel.) - Italy
1251
Atri - Italy
1252
Penne e Atri - Italy
1254
Lesina - Italy
1257
L'Aquila (new name, previously Forcona) - Italy
1257
Amiterno (incorporated in L'Aquila) - Italy
1260
Nocera de' Pagani (suppressed) - Italy
1261
Nonantola (Abb., united in persona episcopi with Modena) - Italy
1280-1295
Oppido Mamertina - Italy

1300-1400
Cariati - Italy
1303
Canne (incorporated in Barletta) - Italy
1309
Cittaducale, Città Ducale / Civitas ducalis (detached from Rieti) - Italy
1319
Monte Oliveto Maggiore (Abb.) - Italy
1320
Macerata - Italy
1300-1320
Tursi (incorporated in Anglona) - Italy
1322~
San Leo - Italy
1325
Cortona (detached from Arezzo) - Italy
1345
Nepi e Sutri (united) - Italy
1350-1400
Lesina (incorporated in Larino) - Italy
1360
Bertinoro (new name, previously Forlimpopoli) - Italy
1369
Montefiascone - Italy
1385
Nocera de' Pagani (restored) - Italy
1388
Mondovì / Mons Regalis in Pedemonte, Mons Vici (detached from Asti) - Italy
1391
Fiorentino (incorporated in Lucera) - Italy
1394
Cava - Italy
1394
Santissima Trinità de Cava de' Tirreni (Abb.) - Italy
1399
Lipari (Abb.) (detached from Patti e Lipari) - Italy
1399
Patti (new name, previously Patti e Lipari) - Italy

1400-1450
Montepeloso / Mons Pelusius - Italy
1400-1500
Agosta (suffragan of Monreale, disappeared the same century) - Italy
1405
Alessandria (reestablished, detached from Acqui) - Italy
1409~
Tortiboli (incorporated in Lucera) - Italy
1413
Nardò - Italy
1419
Firenze (Metr.) - Italy
1420
Satriano (suppressed) – Italy
1420
Suelli (suppressed, incorporated in Cagliari) - Italy
1422
Ancona e Numana (united, Cingoli detached) - Italy
1425
San Paolo fuori le Mura (Abb.) - Italy
1433
Montecorvino (formally incorporated in Vulturaria) - Italy
1435
Corneto Tarquinia - Italy
1437
Civita Castellana e Orte (united) - Italy
1440
Cittanova (suppressed, incorporated in Grado) - Italy
1441
Sassari ([Metr.], new name, previously Torres [the see had been transferred to Sassari already about 1250, but retained its old name until now]) - Italy
1447
Sarzana - Italy
1449
Bagnoregio / Bagnorea (integrated in Viterbo, but probably soon thereafter reestablished as separate diocese) - Italy
1451
Venezia (previously Castello, Patr. moved from Grado [Patr.], which is incorporated in Venezia) - Italy
1452
Andria e Montepeloso (united) - Italy
1459
Siena (Metr.) - Italy
1460
Rossano (AD) - Italy
1462
Belluno (detached from Belluno e Feltre) - Italy
1462
Feltre (detached from Belluno e Feltre) - Italy
1462
Montalcino (detached from Arezzo) - Italy
1462
Pienza e Montalcino / Pientia et Mons Ilcinus (erected and united [CI], detached from Arezzo, and from the Abb. of SS. Salvatore all'Amiata, probably abolished then) - Italy
1462
Santissimo Salvatore all'Amiata (terr. Abb., probably abolished then and incorporated in Pienza) - Italy
1465
Luni-Sarzana (new name, previously Luni, the see had been moved to Sarzana since 1204) - Italy
1466
Avellino e Frigento (united) - Italy
1471
Guastalla (Archpresbyterate "nullius", detached from Reggio Emilia) - Italy
1474
Casale Monferrato / Condigomagus (detached from Vercelli) - Italy
1479
Andria (new name, previously Andria e Montepeloso) - Italy
1479
Montepeloso (reestablished, detached from Andria e Montepeloso) - Italy

1502-1503
Fausiana (suppressed, incoporated in Ampurias) - Italy
1503
Ales e Terralba (united) - Italy
1503
Alghero (renewed after a long period of neglect) - Italy
1503
Bisarcio (suppressed, incorporated in Alghero) - Italy
1503
Dolia / Dolianova (suppressed, incoporated in Cagliari) - Italy
1503
Iglesias (Villa di Chiesa) / Villeclesia Argentaria (the see of the diocese of Sulcis, before in Tratalias, transferred, name of diocese changed) - Italy
1503
Ploaghe (suppressed, incoporated in Sassari) - Italy
1503
Santa Giusta (suppressed, incorporated in Oristano) - Italy
1503
Sorres (suppressed, incorporated in Sassari) - Italy
1503?
Fordongianus (suppressed, incorporated in Oristano) - Italy
1503?
Ottana (suppressed, incorporated in / Othana - Italy
1511
Saluzzo / Salutiae (detached from Mondovì) - Italy
1513
Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi e Bisaccia (united) - Italy
1515
Borgo San Sepolcro, Sansepolcro / Biturgia (detached from Arezzo) - Italy
1515
Lanciano (detached from Chieti) - Italy
1515
Torino (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Milano) - Italy
1518
Alessano (united to Lecce) - Italy
1519
Pescia / Piscia (territorial Prepositure, detached from Lucca) - Italy
1521
Sabina / the two Sabinas (new name, previously Vescovio) - Italy
1521
San Leone (de facto abandoned after about this time) - Italy
1525
Campagna - Italy
1525
Satriano (incorporated in Campagna "aeque principaliter") - Italy
1526
Chieti (Metr.) - Italy
1528
Melfi e Rapolla (united) - Italy
1528
Montalcino (detached from Pienza e Montalcino) - Italy
1528
Pienza (new name, previously Pienza e Montalcino, Montalcino detached) - Italy
1530
Vigevano / Viglebanum - Italy (detached from Novara, and from other dioceses) - Italy
1545
Anglona-Tursi (new name, previously Anglona) - Italy
1547
Salpi (suppressed, incorporated in Trani) - Italy
1561
Montepulciano (detached from Arezzo) - Italy
1562
Lanciano (Metr.) - Italy
1563
Urbino (Metr.) - Italy
1570
Ortona (reerected) - Italy
1571
Ripatransone (detached from Fermo, and from Abb. of Farfa) - Italy
1572
Alessano / Alexanum (re-established) - Italy
1579
Crema (detached from Cremona and other D) - Italy
1580
San Severo (revived with new name, previously Civitate??) - Italy
1582
Bologna (Metr.) - Italy
1586
Macerata e Tolentino (united) - Italy
1586
Loreto / Lauretum - Italy
1586
Montalto (detached from Fermo) - Italy
1586
San Severino (revived, new name, previously Septempeda, detached from Tolentino ?) - Italy
1589
Fermo (Metr.) - Italy
1591
Brindisi / Brundusium (previously Brindisi e Oria) - Italy
1591
Oria / Uria (separated from Brindisi e Oria) - Italy
1592
Recanati e Loreto (united) - Italy
1592
Colle di Val d'Elsa - Italy
1592
Fossano - Italy

1600
Campli (detached from Ortona) - Italy
1600
Città della Pieve (Castel(lo) della Pieve) / Civitas Plebis (maybe the revival/continuation of a diocese of another name which existed in the 2.-4.th century) - Italy
1601
Borgo San Donnino - Italy
1603
Ravello (in personal union with Scala) - Italy
1622
San Miniato [al Tedesco] (detached from Lucca) - Italy
1649
Castro [del Lazio] (suppressed) - Italy
1649
Acquapendente (detached from Orvieto, and from the suppressed diocese of Castro) - Italy
1653
Pistoia e Prato (united) - Italy
1656 (or 1635, 1636)
Urbania e Sant'Angelo in Vado (erected and united, Sant'Angelo revives the ancient diocese of Tifernum Metaurum) - Italy
1699
San Vicenzo al Volturno (Abb., incorporated in Montecassino) - Italy

1725
Cingoli (incorporated in Osimo) - Italy
1725
Osimo e Cingoli (united) - Italy
1725
Pontecorvo - Italy
1726
Lucca (AD) - Italy
1726
Pescia (D, previously territorial Prelature) - Italy
1728
Fabriano - Italy
1735
Ferrara (AD) - Italy
1748
Pinerolo / Pinerolium (detached from Torino; includes the Protestant Valdensian valleys of Val Chisone and Val Germanasca) - Italy
1751
Gorizia (Metr.) - Italy
1751-1752
Udine (Metr.) - Italy
1763
Iglesias (reestablished) - Italy
1772
Biella / Bugella (detached from Vercelli) - Italy
1772
Chiusi e Pienza (united) - Italy
1772
Oulx (incorporated in Susa) - Italy
1772
Susa / Segusium (detached from Torino, and also incorporating the Prepositure of Oulx) - Italy
1779
Carpi - Italy
1779
Galtellì-Nuoro (new name, previously Galtellì) - Italy
1784
Pedena / Pican (suppressed and incorporated in Trieste, in Capodistria, and in Gorizia in the new D of Gradisca) - (Venetian Republic, Austria, Italy) Croatia
1785
Fabriano e Matelica (united, Matelica reestablished) - Italy
1787
Camerino (AD) - Italy
1787
Gradisca (new name, See transferred from Trieste, and with territories from the suppressed Gorizia, and Pedena) - Italy
1791
Gorizia e Gradisca (Metr., united) - Italy
1791
Trieste / Trst (reerected, detached from Gradisca, including the former territory of Pedena / Pican) (Venetian Republic, Austria, parts of Slovenia and Croatia) Italy (to be also added to Italy)
1797
Pontremoli (detached from Luni e Sarzana) - Italy
1798?
Trevico (incorporated in Lacedonia) - Italy

1803
Aosta (suppressed) - Italy
1804
Bisarcio (reestablished) - Italy
1804
Ravello (suppressed, incorporated in Amalfi) - Italy
1805
Civita Castellana, Orte e Gallese (united, Gallese added) - Italy
1806
Livorno - Italy
1815
Capri (suppressed, incorporated in Sorrento?) - Italy
1816
Caltagirone / Calatayeronium (detached from Catania, and from Messina) - Italy
1816
Santissimo Salvatore Maggiore (united with Messina) - Italy
1817
Aosta (reestablished) - Italy
1817
Vercelli (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Torino) - Italy
1817
Cuneo / Cuneum (detached from Mondovì) - Italy
1817
Nicosia / Herbita, Nicosia Herbitensis (detached from Catania) - Italy
1817
Piazza Armerina / Platia (detached from Catania) - Italy
1817
Treia - Italy
1818
Acerenza (Metr., Matera suppressed) - Italy
1818
Acerno (incorporated in Salerno) - Italy
1818
Acerra (incorporated in Sant'Agata de' Goti) - Italy
1818
Alessano (incorporated in Ugento) - Italy
1818
Alife (suppressed) - Italy
1818
Aquino, Sora and Pontecorvo (united) - Italy
1818
Avellino (previously Avellino e Frigento, Frigento suppressed) - Italy
1818
Belcastro (suppressed, incorporated in Santa Severina) - Italy
1818
Belluno e Feltre (united) - Italy
1818
Bisceglie (incorporated in Trani) - Italy
1818
Bitonto e Ruvo (united) - Italy
1818
Caiazzo (incorporated in Caserta) - Italy
1818
Campli (suppressed, incorporated in Teramo) - Italy
1818
Castro di Puglia (suppressed, incorporated in Otranto) - Italy
1818
Carinola (suppressed, incorporated in Sessa Aurunca) - Italy
1818
Cava e Sarno (united) - Italy
1818
Cerenzia (suppressed, incorporated in Santa Severina) - Italy
1818
Cittaducale / Città Ducale (incorporated in L'Aquila) - Italy
1818
Concordia ("new" name, Caorle not an alternative name any more) - Italia
1818
Conza e Campagna (united) - Italy
1818
Cosenza (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1818
Fondi (suppressed, incorporated in Gaeta) - Italy
1818
Gravina e Irsina (united, and new name of Irsina, which was previously Montepeloso) - Italy
1818
Guardialfiera (suppressed, incorporated in Termoli) - Italy
1818
Isola (suppressed, incorporated in Santa Severina) - Italy
1818
Lettere-Gragnano (suppressed, incorporated in Stabia) - Italy
1818
Massa Lubrense (suppressed, incorporated in Sorrento) - Italy
1818
Martirano / Martoranum (suppressed, incorporated in Nicastro) - Italy
1818
Minervino / Minervino Murge (suppressed, incorporated in Andria) - Italy
1818
Minori (suppressed, incorporated in Amalfi) - Italy
1818
Montemarano (suppressed, incorporated in Nusco) - Italy
1818
Monteverde (suppressed, incorporated in Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi) - Italy
1818
Mottola (suppressed, incorporated in Castellaneta) - Italy
1818
Nicotera e Tropea (united) - Italy
1818
Nocera de' Pagani (suppressed) - Italy
1818
Polignano (suppressed, incorporated in Monopoli) - Italy
1818
Potenza e Marsico Nuovo (united) - Italy
1818
San Marco e Bisignano (united) - Italy
1818
Scala (suppressed, incorporated in Amalfi) - Italy
1818
Strongoli / Petelia (suppressed, incorporated in Santa Severina) - Italy
1818
Sulmona e Valva (united) - Italy
1818
Teano-Calvi (united) - Italy
1818
Torcello (suppressed, incorporated in Venezia) - Italy
1818
Udine (D, previously Metr.) - Italy
1818
Umbriatico (suppressed, incorporated in Santa Severina) - Italy
1818
Vico Equense (suppressed, incorporated in Sorrento) - Italy
1818
Vieste (in perpetual administration by [de facto incorporated in] Manfredonia) - Italy
1818
Vulturara / Vulturaria (suppressed, incorporated in Lucera) - Italy
1818~
San Leo (suppressed, incorporated in Santa Severina) - Italy
1819
Ascoli Satriano (united with Cerignola) - Italy
1819
Cagli e Pergola (Pergola erected, and united) - Italy
1819
Cerignola (new) e Ascoli Satriano - Italy
1820
Alife (reestablished, but immediately incorporated in Telese) - Italy
1820
Luni, Sarzana e Brugnato (Luni e Sarzana united with Brugnato) - Italy
1820
Nonantola (Abb., incorporated in Modena) - Italy
1820
Savona e Noli (united) - Italy
1821
Norcia (reestablished, detached from Spoleto) - Italy
1821
Ostuni (incorporated in Brindisi AD) - Italy
1821
Spoleto (AD) - Italy
1822
Acerenza-Matera (Metr., title and co-cathedral of Matera reestablished) - Italy
1822
Massa Carrara (previously Abb.) - Italy
1824
Ogliastra / Oleastra (detached from Cagliari [Web], see first in Tortolì and since 1927 in Lanusei) - Italy
1825
Civitavecchia (reestablished, detached from Viterbo) - Italy
1828
Arbe / Rab (incorporated in Vaglia / Krk) - (Venetian Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia) Croatia
1828 (decreed) / 1831 (realized at the death of the last bishop)
Cittanova d'Istria / Aemonia / Novigrad (abolished and incorporated into Capodistria, united with Trieste) - (Venetian Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia) Croatia
1828
Guastalla - Italy
1828
Nazareth (this is the Nazareth of the Holy Land - the title incorporated in Trani) - Holy Land / Italy
1828
Ossero / Osor (incorporated in Vaglia / Krk) - (Venetian Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia) Croatia
1828
Parenzo e Pola / Porec i Pula (united ae. pr.) - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia
1828
Pedena / Pican (incorporated into Trieste-Capodistria) - (Venetian Republic, Austria, Italy) Croatia
1828
Pola / Pula (united ae. pr. with Parenzo / Porec) - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia) Croatia (to be also added to Italy)
1828
Trieste e Capodistria / Trst i Koper (Croat: Kopar) (united ae. pr., including the suppressed D of Pedena / Pic'an and since 1831 the D of Novigrad / Cittanova) - (Venetian Republic, Austria, Yugoslavia, parts of Slovenia and Croatia)
1830
Trieste e Capodistria / Trst i Koper (Croat: Kopar) (merged) - (Venetian Republic, Austria, Yugoslavia, parts of Slovenia and Croatia)
1932
Zadar / Zara (AD) - (Venetian Rep., Austria, Italy, Jugoslavia) Croatia
1834
Lanciano e Ortona (Metr., united) - Italy
1834
Nocera de' Pagani (restored) - Italy
1834
Atina (territorial Prepositure incorporated in Montecassino) - Italy
1836
Ampurias (suppressed, incorporated in Tempio) - Italy
1836
Ampurias e Tempio (new name, Tempio was previously Civita) - Italy
1841
Farfa (Abb., incorporated in Sabina) - Italy
1841
Poggio Mirteto (detached from Sabina, from Rieti, and incorporating the suppressed Abb. San Salvatore Maggiore) - Italy
1841
San Salvatore Maggiore (territorial Abb., incorporated in Poggio Mirteto) - Italy
1844
Siracusa (Metr.) - Italy
1844
Acireale (detached from Catania, and from Messina) - Italy
1844
Caltanissetta (detached from Agrigento)- Italy
1844
Noto (detached from Siracusa) - Italy
1844
Trapani / Drepanum (detached from Mazara del Vallo) - Italy
1846-1878
Caiazzo (reerected, detached from Caserta during the reign of Pius IX) - Italy
1847
Udine (Metr. without suffragans) - Italy
1848
Altamura e Acquaviva delle Fonti (Acquaviva delle Fonti [Prel] erected and immediately united to Altamura) - Italy
1848
Gaeta (AD) - Italy

1850
Diano-Teggiano (detached from Capaccio) - Italy
1850
Modigliana - Italy
1851
Capaccio-Vallo (new name, previously Capaccio) - Italy
1852
Alife (detached from Telese) - Italy
1852
Isernia e Venafro (united) - Italy
1853
Chieti (Metr.) e Vasto (united) - Italy
1854
Civitavecchia e Tarquinia (united, Tarquinia new name, previously Corneto Tarquinia) - Italy
1855
Acerra (D, reestablished, detached from Sant'Agata de' Goti) - Italy
1855
Foggia (detached from Troia) - Italy
1855
Modena (Metr.) - Italy
1859
Catania (AD) - Italy
1860
Trani (Metr.) e Barletta (united, Barletta added) - Italy
1876
L'Aquila (AD) - Italy
1882
Perugia (AD) - Italy
1883
Santissimo Salvatore (Archimanditate [formerly of Byz. Rite] incorporated in Messina) - Italy
1892
Fontevivo (Abb., incorporated in Parma) - Italy
1892
Chiavari (detached from Genova) - Italy

1904
Ancona (AD, previously D) e Numana - Italy
1907
Terni e Narni (united) - Italy
1908
Lucera e Troia (united) - Italy

1910
San Michele Arcangelo di Montescaglioso (Abb., incorporated in Matera) - Italy
1914
Velletri (detached from Ostia) - Italy
1915
Ozieri (new name, previously Bisarchio) - Italy
1919
Lungro / in Albanian: Ungër, or L'Úngro [It.-Alb.] (detached from Cassano all'Ionio, from San Marco e Bisignano, and from Rossano) - Italy

1920
Santa Maria di Polsi (Abb.Comm., incorporated in Gerace) - Italy
1920
Treia (incorporated in San Severino) - Italy
1920
Fiume / Rijeka (AA) - (Italy) Croatia
1921
Campagna (detached from Conza e Campagna) - Italy
1921
Conza (Metr.) Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi e Bisaccia (united) - Italy
1923
San Colombano (Abb. title revived, incorporated in Bobbio) - Italy
1925
Fiume / Rijeka - (Italy) Croatia
1925
Sabina-Poggio Mirteto (united) - Italy
1925
Italy (Mil.Ord.) - Italy
1926
Bagnoregio / Bagnorea (incorporated in Acquapendente) - Italy
1926
Beatissima Vergine Maria del Santissimo Rosario (AA, detached from Nola) - Italy
1927
Agrigento (new name. previously Girgenti) - Italy
1927
Boiano-Campobasso (new name, previously Boiano) - Italy
1927
Catanzaro (AD) - Italy
1927
Fidenza (new name, previously Borgo San Donnino) - Italy
1928
Crotone (the alternative name variant Cotrone abolished) - Italy
1928
Monteleone Calabro (suppressed) - Italy
1928
Nuoro (new name, previously Galtellì-Nuoro) - Italy
1929
Luni / La Spezia, Sarzana e Brugnato (new name, "La Spezia" added to name) - Italy
1929
Trento (AD) - Italy

1934
Recanati (new name, previously Recanati e Loreto) - Italy
1935
Loreto (AA) - Italy
1936
San Martino al Monte Cimino (Abb., incorporated in Viterbo) - Italy
1937
Piana del Greci /in Albanian: Hora, or Qana [It.-Alb.] (detached from Monreale, and from Palermo) - Italy
1937
Santa Maria di Grottaferrata (Abb., Byz./It.-Alb.]) - Italy
1939
Apuania (new name, previously Massa Carrara) - Italy
1939
Vittorio Veneto (new name, previously Ceneda) - Italy

1940
Chieti e Istonio (Metr., new name, previously Chieti e Vasto, Istonio was previously Vasto) - Italy
1941
Piana degli Albanesi /in Albanian: Hora, or Qana [It.-Alb.] (new name, previously Piana del Greci) - Italy
1945
Vallo di Lucania (new name, previously Capaccio-Vallo) - Italy
1947
Ravenna (Metr.) e Cervia (united) - Italy
1948
Chieti (Metr., Istonio detached) - Italy
1948
Vasto (D, detached from Chieti e Istonio, Istonio being the latinized name of Vasto 1938-1944) - Italy
1949
Penne-Pescara (new name, previously Penne e Atri) - Italy
1949
Teramo e Atri (united) - Italy

1950
Ragusa e Siracusa (united) - Italy
1951
Pompei / Beatissima Vergine Maria del SS.mo Rosario (Prel., and new name, previously Beatissima Vergine Maria del SS.mo Rosario) - Italy
1952
Santa Severina (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1954
Acerenza (Metr., new name, previously Acerenza-Matera) - Italy
1954
Gerace-Locri (transf. and new name, previously Gerace) - Italy
1954
Matera (Metr., detached from Acerenza-Matera) - Italy
1954
Pistoia (new name, Prato detached) - Italy
1954
Prato (detached from Pistoia e Prato) - Italy
1955
Ragusa (detached from Ragusa e Siracusa) - Italy
1955
Siracusa (new name, previously Ragusa e Siracusa) - Italy
1956
Veroli-Frosinone (new name, previously Veroli) - Italy
1959
Ugento-Santa Maria di Leuca (new name, previously Ugento) - Italy

1964
Bolzano-Bressanone / Bozen-Brixen (new name, previously Bressanone / Brixen) - Italy
1964
Pomposa (Abb., incorporated in Comacchio) - Italy
1964
Trento (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
1965
Loreto (Prel.) - Italy
1967
Terracina-Latina, Priverno e Sezze (new name, previously Terracina, etc.) - Italy

1971
Concordia-Pordenone (new name, previously Concordia) - Italy
1972
Ancona (Metr., previously AD) and Numana) - Italy
1876
L'Aquila (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
1872
Perugia (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
1973
Albenga-Imperia (new name, previously Albenga) - Italy
1973
Boiano-Campobasso (AD) - Italy
1973
Potenza (AD) - Italy
1975
Ancona (Metr., new name, previously Ancona e Numana) - Italy
1975
La Spezia, Sarzana e Brugnato (new name, Luni dropped) - Italy
1975
Ventimiglia-San Remo (new name, previously Ventimiglia) - Italy
1976
Acerenza (D, previously Metr.) - Italy
1976
Boiano-Campobasso (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
1976
Matera e Irsina (Matera now D [previously Metr.], and united with Irsina, detached from Gravina) - Italy
1976
Potenza (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
1976
Tursi-Lagonegro (new name, previously Anglona-Tursi) - Italy
1977
Acerenza (AD, previously D) - Italy
1977
Matera e Irsina (AD, previously D) - Italy
1977
San Marino-Montefeltro (new name, previously Montefeltro) - Italy
1977
Trieste (detached: Koper) - Italy
1978
Massa Marittima-Piombino (new name, previously Massa Marittima) - Italy
1979
Capua (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1979
Conza (AD, previously Metr.), Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi e Bisaccia (united) - Italy
1979
Cosenza e Bisignano (united, and San Marco Argentano at the same time detached) - Italy
1979
Foggia (Metr., was immediately subject to the Apostolic See) - Italy
1979
Manfredonia (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1979
Oppido Mamertina-Palmi (new name, previously Oppido Mamertina) - Italy
1979
Rossano e Cariati (united) - Italy
1979
San Marco Argentano - Scalea (new name, previously San Marco Argentano) - Italy
1979
Sorrento (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy

1980
Brindisi e Ostuni (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1980
Lecce (Metr.) - Italy
1980
Otranto (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1980
Trani e Barletta (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
1981
San Paolo fuori le Mura (is completely deprived of territory, but remains territorial Abb., so that the Abbot is still member of the Italian Bishops' Conference) - Italy
1981
Santi Vincenzo ed Anastasio alle Tre Fontane (territorial Abb.; suppressed; its territory was attached mainly to Sovana-Pitigliano-Orbetello, and also to Civita Castellana and Nepi)
1981
Sovana-Pitigliano-Orbetello (new name, previously Sovana-Pitigliano, enlarged with most of the territory of the Abb. of Santi Vincenzo ed Anastasio around Orbetello) - Italy
1981
Velletri e Segni (united) - Italy
1982
Bitonto (new name, after Ruvo detached) - Italy
1982
Campobasso-Boiano (Metr., new name, previously Boiano-Campobasso) - Italy
1982
Chieti e Vasto (Metr., united) - Italy
1982
Ruvo (detached from Bitonto) - Italy
1982
Pescara-Penne (Metr., new name, previously Pescara) - Italy
1983
Ripatransone-San Benedetto del Tronto (new name, previously Ripatransone) - Italy
1983
Terni, Narni e Amelia (united Terni e Narni with Amelia) - Italy
1985
Macerata-Tolentino-Recanati-Cingoli-Treia (united) - Italy
1986
Acquapendente (incorporated in Viterbo) - Italy
1986
Adria - Rovigo (new name, previously Adria) - Italy
1986
Ales-Terralba (new name, previously Ales e Terralba) - Italy
1986
Alghero-Bosa (united) - Italy
1986
Alife-Caiazzo (united) - Italy
1986
Altamura-Gravina-Acquaviva delle Fonti (united) - Italy
1986
Amalfi-Cava de'Tirreni (AD, united, Sarno detached from Cava and united with Nocera Inferiore) - Italy
1986
Anagni-Alatri (united) - Italy
1986
Ancona-Osimo (Metr., united) - Italy
1986
Arezzo-Cortona-Sansepolcro (united) - Italy
1986
Ariano Irpino-Lacedonia (united) - Italy
1986
Assisi-Nocera Umbra-Gualdo Tadino (united) - Italy
1986
Avezzano (new name, previously Marsi) - Italy
1986
Bagnoregio (incorporated in Viterbo) - Italy
1986
Bari-Bitonto (Metr., united) - Italy
1986
Belluno-Feltre (new name, previously Belluno e Feltre) - Italy
1986
Brindisi-Ostuni (AD, new name, previously Brindisi e Ostuni AD) - Italy
1986
Camerino-San Severino Marche (united, and San Severino new name: Marche added) Italy
1986
Catanzaro-Squillace (AD, united) - Italy
1986
Cerignola-Ascoli Satriano (new name, previously Cerignola e Ascoli Satriano) - Italy
1986
Cerreto Sannita-Telese-Sant'Agata de' Goti (united) - Italy
1986
Cesena-Sarsina (united) - Italy
1986
Chieti-Vasto (Metr., new name, previously Chieti e Vasto) - Italy
1986
Civita Castellana (new name, previously Civita Castellana, Orte e Gallese; to which were also united Nepi e Sutri) - Italy
1986
Civitavecchia-Tarquinia (new name, previously Civitavecchia e Tarquinia) - Italy
1986
Conversano-Monopoli (united) - Italy
1986
Cosenza-Bisignano (new name, previously Cosenza e Bisignano) - Italy
1986
Crotone-Santa Severina (AD, united) - Italy
1986
Fabriano-Matelica (new name, previously Fabriano e Matelica) - Italy
1986
Faenza-Modigliana (united) - Italy
1986
Fano-Fossombrone-Cagli-Pergola (united: Fano, Fossombrone, Cagli e Pergola) - Italy
1986
Ferrara-Comacchio (AD, united) - Italy
1986
Foggia-Bovino (Metr., united) - Italy
1986
Forlì-Bertinoro (united) - Italy
1986
Frosinone-Veroli-Ferentino (united: Veroli-Frosinone, and Ferentino) - Italy
1986
Genova-Bobbio (Metr., united) - Italy
1986
Gorizia (Metr., new name, previously Gorizia e Gradisca [Metr.]) - Italy
1986
Isernia-Venafro (new name, previously Isernia e Venafro) - Italy
1986
Lamezia Terme (new name, previously Nicastro) - Italy
1986
Lanciano-Ortona (AD, previously Metr., and new name, previously Lanciano e Ortona [Metr.]) - Italy
1986
Lanusei (new name, previously Ogliastra) - Italy
1986
La Spezia-Sarzana-Brugnato (new name, previously La Spezia, Sarzana e Brugnato) - Italy
1986
Latina-Terracina-Sezze-Priverno (new name, previously Terracina-Latina, Priverno e Sezze) - Italy
1986
Locri-Gerace (new name, previously Gerace-Locri) - Italy
1986
Lucera-Troia (united) - Italy
1986
Manfredonia-Vieste (AD, new name, previously Manfredonia e Vieste AD) - Italy
1986
Massa (new name, previously Apuania) - Italy
1986
Matera-Irsina (AD, new name, previously Matera e Irsina) - Italy
1986
Melfi-Rapolla-Venosa (united, Melfi e Rapolla, and Venosa)- Italy
1986
Messina-Lipari-Santa Lucia del Mela (united) - Italy
1986
Mileto-Nicotera-Tropea (united, Mileto, and Nicotera e Tropea) - Italy
1986
Modena-Nonantola (united) - Italy
1986
Molfetta-Ruvo-Giovinazzo-Terlizzi (united Molfetta-Giovinazzo-Terlizzi with Ruvo) - Italy
1986
Montefiascone (incorporated in Viterbo) - Italy
1986
Montepulciano-Chiusi-Pienza (united) - Italy
1986
Nardò-Gallipoli (united) - Italy
1986
Nocera Inferiore-Sarno (united, and Nocera Inferiore is a new name, previously Nocera de' Pagani) - Italy
1986
Orvieto-Todi (united) - Italy
1986
Perugia-Città della Pieve (Metr., united) - Italy
1986
Pitigliano-Sovana-Orbetello (new name, previously Sov.-Pit.-Orb.) - Italy
1986
Porto-Santa Rufina (united, previously Porto e Santa Rufina) - Italy
1986
Potenza-Muro Lucano-Marsico Nuovo (Metr., united, previously Potenza-Marsico Nuovo, and Muro Lucano) - Italy
1986
Ravenna-Cervia (Metr., new name, previously Ravenna [Metr.] e Cervia) - Italy
1986
Reggio Calabria-Bova (united) - Italy
1986
Reggio Emilia-Guastalla (united) - Italy
1986
Rossano-Cariati (new name, previously Rossano e Cariati) - Italy
1986
Salerno-Campagna-Acerno (Metr., reorganized and united Salermo-Acerno with Campagna) - Italy
1986
San Benedetto del Tronto-Ripatransone-Montalto (united) - Italy
1986
Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi-Conza-Nusco-Bisaccia (AD, and united Conza, Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi, and Bisaccia [Conza Metr., united in 1913 and 1921] with Nusco) - Italy
1986
Savona-Noli (new name, previously Savona e Noli) - Italy
1986
Siena-Colle di Val d'Elsa-Montalcino (Metr., united: Siena, and Colle di Val d'Elsa, and Montalcino) - Italy
1986
Sora-Aquino-Pontecorvo (new name, previously Aquino, Sora e Pontecorvo) - Italy
1986
Sorrento-Castellammare di Stabia (AD, united) - Italy
1986
Spoleto-Norcia (AD, united) - Italy
1986
Sulmona-Valva (new name, previously Sulmona e Valva) - Italy
1986
Teggiano-Policastro (united, Teggiano with new name, previously Diano-Teggiano) - Italy
1986
Tempio-Ampurias (new name, previously Ampurias e Tempio) - Italy
1986
Teramo-Atri (new name, previously Teramo e Atri) - Italy
1986
Termoli-Larino (united) - Italy
1986
Terni-Narni-Amelia (new name, previously, Terni, Narni e Amelia) - Italy
1986
Trani-Barletta-Bisceglie (united) - Italy
1986
Urbino-Urbania-Sant'Angelo in Vado (Metr., united) - Italy
1986
Vallo della Lucania (new name, previously Vallo di Lucania) - Italy
1986
Velletri-Segni (new name, previously Velletri e Segni) - Italy
1988
Massa Carrara-Pontremoli (united, and new name for Massa) - Italy
1989
Genova (Metr., new name, previously Genova-Bobbio) - Italy
1989
Piacenza-Bobbio (Bobbio detached from Genova and added) - Italy

2000
Agrigento (Metr.) - Italy
2000
Catania (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
2000
Monreale (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
2000
Pesaro (Metr.) - Italy
2000
Urbino-Urbania-Sant'Angelo in Vado (AD, previously Metr.) - Italy
2001
Catanzaro-Squillace (Metr., previously AD) - Italy
2001
Cosenza-Bisignano (Metr., previously AD) - Italy~
2002
Manfredonia-Vieste-San Giovanni Rotondo (new name, previously Manfredonia-Vieste) - Italy
2005
San Paolo fuori le Mura (Abb., suppressed and territory incorporated into Roma) - Italy
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