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Ancient Sardinian house, called Campus or De Campu, which, according to authoritative genealogists, belongs to the Giudicale lineage of the gods Thory, de Laccon, dè Serra, who for over 400 years reigned, uninterruptedly, in the four Sardinian Kingdoms of Torres, Arborea , Cagliari and Gallura, whose members, as judges, had sovereign rank. Numerous characters of this family are among the wealthiest "Paperos" in the Kingdom, as evidenced by the chronicles and the Acts of the time, such as Gitillesu dè Campu-Furatu dè Gitil, husband of Susanna dè Thori, whose rich donation to the "Cassianesi" of the Church of San Nicola in Solio, consisting of the sale of vineyards, servants, livestock, books, sacred furnishings, silver objects, still arouses amazement and amazement in researchers. The members of this family, moreover, always under different toponyms of origin and origin "dè Gitil, dè Tiria, dè Ualles, dè Bosove", occupied important and prestigious public offices, ...
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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