Palmeri is decidedly Sicilian, Palmieri is an absolutely panitalian surname, they should derive from the medieval term palmerius, attributed to those who had made the pilgrimage to the Holy Land. In the Chronicle of the Things Needed in His Times by Dino Compagni we read in the diary of December 1294: "... the conspirators against Giano remained there, who were Messer Palmieri of Messer Ugo Altoviti, Messer Baldo Aguglioni, Judge, Alberto di Messer Iacopo del Giudice, Noffo of Guido Bonafedi, and Arriguccio di Lapo Arrighi .The notaries writers were ser Matteo Biliotti and ser Pino da Signa.All the words spoken are again much worse: so that the whole conspiracy keen to kill him, because they feared more his works which he. ", in 1406 a Matteo Palmieri is among the supporters of the Medici, in 1432 in the Archive of the Opera of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, in one act we read:" ... Stanziaro a Matteo of Marcho Palmieri lire 191 money 16. 6 ... ", traces of a family Palmieri in Prato are already found in the 1400s, an act of 1496 sanctions the succession of such Palmieri Antonio, in 1520 Bishop of Matera is a Palmieri, in 1700 imperial legacy at Poggio Imperiale (AV) is a cert or Don Carmine Palmieri. Famous personalities were the painter Giuseppe Palmieri (1674-1749) of Genoa and the Marquis Giuseppe Palmieri di Martignano (LE) famous economist of 1700. additions provided by Fabio Paolucci A Colle Sannita identifies, thanks to the parish documentation, a very Palmieri stock rich and distinct since the end of the sixteenth century, which gave birth to many cultured leading figures in the political and cultural history of our country: I recall, by way of curiosity, that Donna Carmela Palmieri, belonging to this noble lineage, was the mother of illustrious mathematician, astronomer and poet Remigio del Grosso.
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