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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Albenzi


ALBENZI | ALBENZIO

Albenzi, very very rare, is typical of the province of Rome, of Gallicano in Lazio and of Rome itself, Albenzio has a small stock in Irpinia in Bisaccia (AV) and a primary one in Bari and Cassano Delle Murge (BA), should derive from medieval name Albentius of which we have an example in Albenzio Rossi in a funeral tombstone of 1606 in Rome: "... fr. Albentius De Rubeis in Vetrario clericus hermit study religionis in Deum ac pietatis in proximum ecclesiam hanc Ascensions Domains dicatam ..." , he is also spoken of in the Acta Visitationis under Alexander VII: "... Albentio da Cetrario in Calabria a man fearing the Lord God having gone to the Monte d 'Ancona to receive some charity from those Fathers Camaldoli of Montecorona, gave him the Prior a white tonic of their habit with which he came to Rome in the year 1586 and took the habit of a hermit of pure white wool on top of the naked meat without a hood ... ".

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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