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CAEM | CAIM

Very strange entrambi, present in time in the Brescans, derive from the name Sephardic Eminent Caim (Caino), the trace of this cognomenation we find in a treaty of peace from September 3, 1143 concluded between the story of Alfonso de Tolosa, the abbot, the consoli The inhabitants of Saint-Gilles are part of the consuls of Pisa and Genova on the other: "... Ego Lanfranchus Piper, Consul Ianuensis, and the ego Willelmus Caim, Cónsule Pisanus, this holy idem sacramentum quod facius faciemus faci consulibus Genue et Pise ... ".

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


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