The city was previously called as Forum Cornelii, after the Roman dictator L. Cornelius Sulla, who founded it in about 82 BC. The town was ... More an agricultural and trade center, famous for its ceramics. The name Imola was first used in the 7th century by the Lombards, who applied it to the fortress whence the name passed to the city itself.
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