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However, it was a flourishing city, a Municipium with its own statutes, magistrates and art collegia.Apollinaris of Ravenna brought Christianity in the 1st century CE.In 1513 Reggio was handed over to Pope Julius II, the city was returned to the Este after the death of Hadrian VI on 29 September 1523.In 1551 Ercole II d'Este destroyed the suburbs of the city in his program of reconstruction of the walls, at the end of the century work on the city's famous Basilica della Ghiara began, on the site where a miracle was believed to have occurred.The city however maintained a relevant autonomy, with laws and coinage of its own.

Reggio began as a historical site with the construction by Marcus Aemilius Lepidus of the Via Aemilia, leading from Piacenza to Rimini (187 BC).Later another famous Italian writer, Francesco Guicciardini, held the same position; in 1474, Ludovico Ariosto, author of Orlando Furioso, was born in the Malaguzzi palace, near the present day townhall.He was the first son of a knight from Ferrara, who was in charge of the Citadel, and a noblewoman from Reggio, Daria Maleguzzi Valeri, as a grown man he would be sent to Reggio as governor on behalf of the dukes of Ferrara, and would spend time in a villa outside the town ("Il Mauriziano") that still stands. For the educational method, see Reggio Emilia approach, for the city in southern Italy, see Reggio Calabria.

For the basketball club "Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia", see Pallacanestro Reggiana..

His son Azzo was expelled by the Reggiani in 1306, creating a republic ruled by 800 common people; in 1310 the Emperor Henry VII imposed Marquis Spinetto Malaspina as vicar, but he was soon driven out.