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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Alberione


ALBERIO | ALBERIOLI | ALBERIONE

Alberio has a Lombard core, in Rovello Porro in the Como area, with stocks also in Turate, Como, Lomazzo and Rovellasca, a stock in the Varese area at Saronno and Gavirate and one in Milan, Alberioli, absolutely rare, is from the Belluno area, Alberione, very rare. , is typical of the Cuneo area, all these surnames should derive directly or through hypocoristic or augmentative from the medieval name Alberius of which we have an example in a Cartula ordinationis of the year 1098 in Sombreno in the Bergamo: "In Christi nomine. Year ab incarnacione domains our Iesu Christi thousandth nonageximo octavo, rotten tables, sixth indication Ego Alberius filius quondam Alkerii de loco Breno, here profesus sum lege vivere Langobardorum, presens presentibus dixi: "Vita et mors in manu Dei est; melius est enim homini metu mortis live quam spe vivendi sudden death come ". Ideoque ego supra Tree flight and statute seu iudico atque for hanc cartulam et ordinationis ...".

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


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