Camilla is typical of the Cuneo area of Niella Tanaro and Mondovì, Camillacci is typically Lazio, of the Romans and of the frusinate, Camilletti is typical of the Marche, of the Perugia area and of the Roman area, Camilli is specific to the central area that includes the Grosseto area, Lazio, the Abruzzo, Umbria and the Marches, Camillini is typically Romagna, from Ravenna, Forlì, Rimini and Pesaro, Camillo has stocks in the Veneto, in the Roman, in the Neapolitan, in the Foggia and in the Palermo, Camilloni looks like Marche and the Perugian and Roman, Camillucci besides the Marchese stock has a strain in the Terni area, in the Viterbo area and in the Roman area, Camilluzzi, very rare, it is typical of the Terni area, Cammilli, certainly Tuscan, it is typical of the Florentine and Pistoia. of these surnames is to be found in the ancient name Camillo, the Italianization of the personal samotracio Kadmilos, who, in ancient Greek mythology, was the name given to the father of the Cabiri (divinity of ell'oltretomba, venerated as Grandi Dei in a mystery cult that had its center in Samothrace): from the mythological figure of Kadmilos, later on, the so-called camilli took their name, young priests who witnessed particular sacrificial rites, known as the Mysteries of the Great Gods. Having said this, however, it should be noted that in some cases the surname Camillo could derive from a variant of the surname Camillò (see this surname). As far as the surnames in question are concerned, therefore, these are the surnames or personal names of the founders or of the nicknames attributed to them.
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