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Etymological origin of Italian surname: D angio'


Anjou, very very rare, has a small stock in Rome and an equally small one in Trebisacce in the Cosenza area and in Ardore in the Reggio area, Dangiò, equally rare, would seem to be northern, D'Angiò, the less rare, has a strain in Formia in the Latin area and in Rome and one in Naples and Nola in the Neapolitan, they should derive from the fact that the forefather was a native of the ancient French province of Anjou, the current department of Maine-et-Loire. additions provided by Ettore C. Anjou According to Amedeo Miceli of Serradileo and other authors, the Angiò calabresi, the surname Angiò, from the French Anjou, was assumed by some Angevin nobles, who descended to Calabria in the XVth century following Louis III they remained there even after his death. In the documents I found the surname Angiò is also reported in the variant d'Angiò and often referring to the same person. bibliography - Amedeo Miceli di Serradileo "A declaration of Louis III of Anjou from the city of S. Marco in Calabria" in ASCL, year XLIII, 1976, pp. 69-81 - G. Rohls "Dictionary of surnames and nicknames of Calabria" Longo Ed. Ravenna

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

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