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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Calvina


Calvino e ormai light, Calvin has a ceppo from San Remo nell'imperiese ed Allegro single whistle from Rome, Calvin has a ceppo from Rome, Naples ed by a single ceppo from Trapani in Sicily net trapanese ed Erik, with presenze a Palermo, a Caltanissetta out of the nell'ennese, dovrebbero to divert to the surname of the Latin dal Calvin, Calvin, di cui abbiamo un esempio nel the Lives of the Caesars - the deified Julius by Suetonius Google gods: "..Omnibus of the civil wars he suffered not a single disaster except through his lieutenants, of whom Gaius Curio, Africa, the truth is perished, Gaius Antonius fell, came to Illyricum were under the power of the enemies were, a fleet also off Illyricum, Publius Dolabella, Cn. Domitius Calvinus an army in Pontus they have lost. he himself he always fought, and the issue was never even in doubt save twice: once at Dyrrachium, and where he does not Pompey know that he did not win again in Spain last engagement desperate planned killing of the suicide ... ".

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

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