Ales is typical of Palermo and Palermo, of San Giuseppe Jato, Piana degli Albanesi and Partinico, with stocks also in Marsala in the Trapani area and in Caltagirone in the Catania area, Alesi has an important stock in western Sicily and one in the Marche, Alesio, absolutely rare. , it would seem from southern Italy, should derive from the Albanian name Ales (Alessio), or from the Byzantine name Alexios, from which Ales himself derives, based on the Greek term alexein = defend, protect, with signifiEC, CB, 9C9Cindi of defender and protector ) (see ALESSI). Historical character was Giuseppe D'Alesi who in 1647 led the Palermo revolt against the administrative structure of the State.
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