The Manto is typically Sicilian, of Mussomeli in the nisseno, of Canicattì and Casteltermini in the Agrigento, of Enna, of Palermo and of Syracuse, Lomanto is characteristic of Mussomeli in the nisseno, with a stock also in Paterno in the potentino, they should derive from nicknames based on the Greek term ??????, ??????? mantis, manteos (magician, soothsayer, prophet), indicating that the founders exercised the craft of soothsayers.
Manti is typical of the extreme tip of Calabria, of Condofuri, Montebello Ionico, San Lorenzo, Melito di Porto Salvo and Brancaleone in the Reggio area, Manto has small stocks in the Neapolitan and Avellino area, in the Bari area, in the Reggio area and a more consistent stock in the Palermo area. in Palermo and Gangi, they should derive from a nickname originated from the Greek word ??????, ??????? mantis, manteos (magician, soothsayer, prophet).
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