Saracinelli, very rare, is typical of Ancona and Perugino, Saracini is quite rare and you identify two nuclei, in Siena and Anconetano, perhaps a strain in Lazio, Saracino is decidedly Apulian, should derive from the medieval name Saracino or nicknames Related to Arab origins or nicknames linked to episodes referring to Islamic. In 1215 in Siena we find in one act: "... Above mentioned instrument Paganello of Galgano, Consul of Montieri, promises to Saracino of the wealthy citizen Sanese, who stipulated for the commune of Siena,... ", in an act of 1336 in Perugia we find as texts:"... Amatus Pauli, Vandutius Saracinelli, Ranaldus Rubei,... ", in 1500 we find a Cardinal Saracino, in 1600 in Milan Gerolamo Saracino is the criminal vicar who will instruct the trial of Sister Virginia. The nun of Monza.
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