|Département de Trasimène|
|Department of the First French Empire|
|•||Annexation of the Papal States||15 July 1809 1809|
|•||Treaty of Paris||1814|
|•||1812||11,120 km2 (4,293 sq mi)|
|Density||27 /km2 (69.9 /sq mi)|
|Political subdivisions||3 Arrondissements |
Trasimène [tʁa.si.mɛn] was a department of the First French Empire in present-day Italy. It was named after Lake Trasimeno. It was formed in 1809, when the Papal States were annexed by France. Its capital was Spoleto.
The department was disbanded after the defeat of Napoleon in 1814. At the Congress of Vienna, the Papal States were restored to Pius VII. Its territory is now divided between the Italian provinces of Perugia, Terni, Macerata and Viterbo.
- Spoleto, cantons: Arquata, Cascia, Norcia, Spoleto (2 cantons), Terni (2 cantons) and Visso.
- Foligno, cantons: Assisi, Bettona, Bevagna, Foligno, Gualdo, Montefalco, Nocera, Spello and Trevi.
- Perugia, cantons: Castiglione del Lago, Città della Pieve, Città di Castello, Fratta, Monte Santa Maria, Panicale, Passignano and Perugia (3 cantons).
- Todi, cantons: Acquapendente, Amelia, Baschi, Ficulle, Marsciano, Massa, Orvieto and Todi (2 cantons).