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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Ansaldo


Ansaldo is specific to Genoa, Ansaldi, in addition to being Ligurian, is more properly Turin and Cuneo, with stocks also in the lower Piedmont and Milan, in Tuscany and even in Sicily, where Anzaldi and ANZaldo are widespread, derive, directly or through dialectal modifications, from Longobard name Ansoaldo of which traces have been found since 600, we remember the Bishop Ansoaldo of Poitiers tied to the history of San Filiberto, and the Ansoaldo court notary of Rotari the Lombard king of the famous edict of Rotari of the year 643. Traces of this we have, for example, in Pisa in a deed of 1210, part of the collection of Parchments of Lunigiana, where we read: "... elegit et constituit Corsum quondam fratrem Forestani et Garsendam eius uxorem et filiam quondam Bonvassalli Ansoaldi, presentes et suscipientes , operaios et rectores atque administratores. "

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

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