The name Alberto arrived in Italy with the Lombards first and then with the Franks, it derives from the name Adalberto which originates from two Germanic words athala (nobility) and berth (splendor), that is to say one of noble lineage, of splendid nobility. The name, by imitation, was given, in medieval times, to children as an index of nobility and then as a simple wish. The surnames, although distributed throughout the peninsula, have a greater concentration in the north, where the influence of the Lombards first and the Franks later was greater. Very rare Alberta is specific to Castelnuovo Della Daunia (FG), Albertacci, extremely rare, has a very small strain from Trieste and one from Turin, Albertarelli, extremely rare, would seem to have a stock in the Milanese and one in the Ravenna area, Albertario is in the area between Milan and Pavia , Albertazzi has a nucleus in the Bolognese area and a lineage between Pavia and Piacenza, Albertella would seem to be specific to Verbanese, Cannobio, Cannero Riviera and Verbania, Albertelli has a small stock in the Alessandria area and Genoa, has Lombardi strains, in Milan and in Cedegolo in the Brescia area, and has Emilian stocks, in Piacenza and Bettola in the Piacenza area and in the Parma area at Corniglio and Parma, Alberti is Panitalian, Albertin, typically Venetian, is specific to the area that includes the provinces of Padua and Rovigo, Albertini is typical of the area that includes Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia Romagna and Marche, Albertino is Piedmontese, Carmagnola and Carignano in Turin and Cuneo, Albertis is practically unique, Alberto has a nucleus between Turin, Cuneo and Savona and strains in the Neapolitan and in the province of Catanzaro, Alberton is typical of the Vicenza area even if it is present in a significant way also in the Treviso area, Albertone is from Chivasso (TO) and from Turin, Albertoni would seem Lombard, of the from Brescia, Cremona, Milan and Mantua, but also has significant presence in the Bolognese and Florentine areas, Aliberti has a main nucleus in Campania and stumps in the area of the strait, in Rome and in Piedmont, Aliberto, very rare, has a stock in the Messina area and one in the Naples area.
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