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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Ligios


LIGIOS

Ligios is typical of Sassari and Gallura. additions provided by Giuseppe Concas LIGIOS: for meaning and etymology see "Ligia". We find it in the ancient papers of the Sardinian language: among the signatories of the Peace of Eleonora there are: Ligios (de) Benedicto, jurato ville Sedilo; Ligios (de) Michele, majore ville de Villa Dura. (* destroyed - Contrate Montis Acuti); Ligios (de) Petro, ville Solgono (Sorgono); Ligios (de) Joanne - de Bosa; Ligios (de) Joanne, jurato ville de Nughedu (* Nughedu.San Nicolò: diocese of Ozieri - Contrate Montis Acuti); De Ligios Joanne, ville Ecclesiarum; and finally: Lillos (de) Gunnario, Lunamadrona villas. In the history of Sardinia we remember: Ligios Antonio, a native of Oristano, bishop of the diocese of Bosa in 1402. Of his contemporaries we mention Ligios Giosuè (Bitti 1928), a politician of the Christian Democracy, a deputy, a senator and a European parliamentarian. Until the age of 20 he worked as a pastor, then began his school career up to the Degree in Agriculture at the

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


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