Bisaccia is an Italian town with 3831 inhabitants (as of 31 December 2015) and until the 16th century bishopric in the province of Avellino. It is part of the Mountain Comunità Montana Alta Irpinia. It was destroyed in the 1980 earthquake and rebuilt near the historic site. In antiquity, the place was a city of the Samnites and was called Romulea. The Castle of Bisaccia dates back to the Lombards and was restored by Emperor Frederick II, who hunted in the woods of Bisaccia. See also: List of Bishops of Bisaccia