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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Briolo


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Briolo, ha piccoli ceppi tra torinese edition Astigiano, nel bresciano, nel napoletano e nel potentin, Briolo, molto raro, has a ceppo a Rimini ed uno molto piccolo nel Teramana brought from the woods ed Atri e nel pescarese, Briolo has a piccolissima ceppo nel Torinese , potrebbero divert to give the name of the gods localitá come quella cited in this Cartula selling dell'anno 1028 net Bergamasco: "in the name of Christ. Hcunradus favor of the emperor Augustus, the second year of the thirteenth day of the month Aprelis, eleventh indiction. we, son of the late Ambroxii John, the same John and Raimpaldus deacon own son Sometimes the place leviatus would received as well as to the presence of witnesses, to you Andrew and Peter, the children once again Peter on the Briolo silver coins good solid nine, limited price for a piece of one of the aratoria law our ... "oh give altrc same, always with connesse term Celta Briva (bridge).

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


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Briolo
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Language of the text: Italiano

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