Flanders has a stock in Turin, one in Lanuvio (RM) and one between Pozzuoli and Acerra (NA), Flanders is almost unique, Lafiandra has a stock in Corato (BA), could derive from the name of the Flemish region and the name medieval Fiandra, an example of whose use we have in Milan in a Charta libelli contained in the Diplomatic Code of Medieval Lombardy of the year 1135: "Year dominice incarnationis milleximo centeximo trigeximo fifth, second die mensis ianuarii, indictione terciadecima. Placuit atque convenit inter Pirotum, filium quondam Bombelli Tinctoris, de civitate Mediolani, et Ysabellam, matrem et yarnum, atque Fiandram, conjugate suprascripti Piroti ... ". additions provided by Stefano Ferrazzi Flanders, very rare, seems to originate from Anzio (RM), Lafiandra, more widespread than the previous one, has a main nucleus in Corato (BA), but is also present in the north and in Lazio itself, especially in Rome , both these surnames derive from the historical region of Flanders (otherwise known as Flanders), which in the past formed an important county in northern Europe and extended from the north east of France to the southwest of the Netherlands, crossing part of Belgium; the current Flanders, on the other hand, have much more limited borders and constitute only one of the three regions of the Belgian state. In conclusion, then, the surnames La Fiandra and Lafiandra are born on the basis of ethnic nicknames attributed to the founders, who had Flemish origins.
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