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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Altini


At Altino has a ceppo romagnolo nel ravennate, a Faenza, Lugo, Ravenna, Alfonsine from the Cervia, con ceppi anche a Cesena, Forlì e nel pesarese, ed uno a Ban, che dal toponimo could refer to derived in the lonely spaces nel teatino, o da Mont'Altino nel barese, in Altinius scomparso e, as it were, the lonely spaces, as it were, by a single, parrebbe pugliese, the name of the Latin Altinus dovrebbero tutti, shift the dal, o Altinius of History of nelle di cui abbiamo un esempio di Tito Livio: "... In the Altinius of Arpi secretly by night with three, Dasius to this camp, his servants came, and promised that if the reward to him it would be, to betray Arpi. when you have the matter to the counsel of that boaster, Fabius, others for the sake his desertion was scourged and to be seen, to stake everything common with the soul of the enemy, who, after the defeat of Cannae, as with a belief in the success to stand, it would be necessary, to Hannibal, had gone away , seemed to be when the Roman contrary to his expectation and his like again, a new report appears a base betrayal ... a traitor. " Circa il ceppo dell'area pesarese, di Fossombrone, sembrerebbero esserci tracce di una nobiltà piuttosto to date.

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

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