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Fabriano e tipicamente laziale of Rome, Palestrina out of the Gallicano nel Lazio nel Romano, di Fara in Sabina nel of Reate, and out of the di Monte Romano nel viterbese Romuald in, as it were, by a single, è molto probabilmente dovuto ad to the error of di trascrizione del precedente, dovrebbero, shift the dal the surname of the Latin Faberian , who derive their name Faberius dal, di questo nickname abbiamo example nellc a letter di Cicérone the Attic: "... the rest is Faberius if we call it unfolds, do not ask how, encircled want to win. however, neither insane to think that you know a man I ever was. I hear that the very being of the Treaty, as he informed me that so much harm in the buyer does not, however, that it may seem. what does she say? allowed it? but why do I argue secondly, if it were Faberianum you explain these, and buy two or large place; if not, we can not in fact of small .... ".

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

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