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by Antonio Martins , 23 April 1999
Cisalpine Republic used a vertical tricolour green-white-red (11 May 1798).
Alessandro Martinelli, 29 January 1996
Cispadana and Transpadana were merged (and also the province of Novara) and the Cisalpina republic was created on 30 June 1797. Cisalpina adopted flag on 11 May 1798. It was occupied by Austria (1799) and was restored (1800) after Marengo. On january 1802 it took the name of Italian Republic (later, 1805, Kingdom of Italy (1805-1814) ).
Jaume Olle', 13 October 1998
I located a photo of a flag at <www.quirinale.it>.
Mark Sensen, 31 October 2000
Julius Caesar used "Gallia Cisalpina" for the 'good guys' in Gallia on this side of the Alps from Caesar's point of view (Rome) - and Gallia Transalpina for Gallia on the other side of the Alps. "Gallican" was used for both areas of course.
Jarig Bakker, 9 January 2001
A military flag of the Cisalpine Republic can be seen at <www.tricolore.it>.
Dov Gutterman, 23 January 2002