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The conductor of the French army,
Expecting to ruin the principal phalanx:
Upon the path of oats and slate,
His own- or his own men's, blood shed by those of Genoa and foreigners.
Nostradamus Century 7 Verse 39 includes references to the following locations. You can access other verses where Nostradamus mentions the same locations which is interesting for analysing and comparing the phophecy content to location and events.
|[Gennes] capitol and port of the Italian region of Liguria, located on the Gulf of Genoa in the Ligurian Sea||Appears in Verses: Century 2 Verse 3, Century 2 Verse 33, Century 4 Verse 37, Century 4 Verse 60, Century 4 Verse 66, Century 5 Verse 28, Century 5 Verse 64, Century 6 Verse 78, Century 6 Verse 81, Century 7 Verse 30, Century 7 Verse 39, Century 9 Verse 42, Century 10 Verse 60, Century 10 Verse 92|