City of Cagli

cagliCagli is a town in the province of Pesaro e Urbino, Marche, central Italy. It is located c. 30 kilometres south of Urbino.
In the 6th century together with the towns of Gubbio, Urbino, Fossombrone, Osimo and Jesi, Cagli was one of the strongholds of the Byzantine Pentapolis. The city of Cagli is mentioned in both the Itinerarium Gaditanum and in the Antonini Itinerarium, which list all the cities along the main routes of the Roman Empire (Cagli is in fact located on Via Flaminia).