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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Florenzo


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Fiorenza is widespread in Sicily, in the Reggio area, in the Salento area, in the Campania region and in the Roman area and the lower Lazio region, Fiorenzi, very rare, it has a stock in the Roman area and one in the area of L'Aquila, Fiorenzo, it is southern, Florenza, almost unique, it is probably due to errors of transcription of the previous one, Florenzi, absolutely rare, has a stock in the Roman and in the Rieti area, Florenzo is almost unique, all these surnames should derive from the Latin cognomen Florentius, Florentia of which we have an example in the Res Gestae a Fine Corneli Taciti of Ammianus Marcellinus: "... nam et horrea fast works surrexerunt alimentorumque in isdem satias condita, et civitates occupatae sunt septem: Castra Herculis, Quadriburgium, Tricensimae, Novesium, Bonna, Antennacum et Bingio, ubi laeto quodam eventu etiam Florentius praefectus apparuit immediately partem militum ducens et commeatuum perferens copiam sufficient m usibus longis. .. ".

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


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