Alberici is widespread in western Lombardy, in Emilia and in Rome, Alberico has a Lombard lineage, one in the area that includes the Roman, the Latin, the Aquila, the Pescara, the Theatine, the Campobasso, the Caserta and the Neapolitan , Alberighi, very rare indeed, is specific of the Ferrara area, Alberigo, absolutely rare, it would seem Piedmontese, Albrici, typically Lombard, is especially specific of the Bergamo area, Bergamo and Vilminore di Scalvi and Cologne in the Brescia area, Albrighi, extremely rare, has some presence in the northwest of Lombardy and in the Ferrara area, Albrigo has some presence in Trentino and a stock in the Verona area, in Sommacampagna, Verona and Bussolengo, Albrisi, almost unique, it is from Milan, Albrisio is practically unique, Albrizi is an altered form of Albrizio that it has a stock in Naples and one in Bari. They should all derive from alterations of the name ostrogoto Alaricus, Albericus, a word composed of the two terms albhi (elf, elf) and rix, ric (King, Lord) who together assume the meaning of King of the Elves. The Latinized name in Albericus spread in the peninsula, the surname deriving from this, identifies a medieval origin, probably Franca, of the family.
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