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Last name: Berruti

Dossier: 17719
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Language of the text: Portugûes
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Nobility: Nobili - Consignori
Nobles in:Italia (Piemonte)
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Variations Last name: Berruto,Berrutti
Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families

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Berruti
Variations Last name: Berruto,Berrutti


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Nobility crown BerrutiTortona era a matriz e o berço milenar dos B. que, ativos, versáteis, dinâmicos e prolíficos, se espalharam no final da Idade Média em Monferrato, nos Estados da Sabóia, na Ligúria, em todos os lugares proeminentes pelos altos cargos e dignidade com que foram investidos, ilustres magistrados, notários, juristas, embaixadores, médicos, prelados deixados nas terras que operavam testemunhos imperecíveis de seus méritos, ilustrados por historiadores e cronistas e lembrados nessas páginas. Presente em Tortona desde o século XI. Entre as famílias mais influentes, em 1090, eles se juntaram ao movimento, promovido por Leonetto da Calcinara, tendendo a subtrair a cidade da soberania do outro lado dos Alpes para se erguer como um município livre e independente, que foi então estabelecido em 1122 em um município elegante administrado por cerca de quarenta famílias patrícias , incluindo a do B. a quem foi conferido o atributo honorífico de "De Civitate Terdona" e ...
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Variations Last name: Berruto,Berrutti

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Language of the text: Italiano

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