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Carola has a Sardinian stock at Sant`Antonio Di Gallura (OR), one in Rome, Naples, Caserta and in the Salerno area, Caroli has stocks in Lombardy in the Bergamo area, an important nucleus in Emilia and Romagna, Rome and Puglia, especially between Tarentino and Brindisi, Carolina, absolutely rare, it would seem Sicilian, of the western part of the island, Carolini, very rare, is typical of Central Italy, in particular of the Roman and Viterbo, Carolino is almost unique, Carollo has a Venetian stock , particularly in the Vicenza area and one in Sicily, particularly in the Palermo and Trapani areas, Carolo is typical of the Vicenza and Padua areas, all derive, directly or through hypocoristic forms, from the medieval name Carolus (see Carli), or from the hypochoric of the Latin name Carus, of this use we have an example in this act of 1564: "Ego Antonius, filius quondam domains Caroli ex nobilibus Gregii et Arborii, notarius ducalis civis et habitans in present civitate Vercellarum assumptus I was in college dominorum notariorum predicte civitatis de anno nativitatis Domini nostra Iesu Christi thousandth quintessesimo sexagesimo quarto ... ".

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

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