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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Scarafaggi


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Cockroaches is practically unique, Scaravaggi is typically Lombard of the Cremonese in particular, Pizzighettone, San Bassano and Crema, both derive from the name of the cockroach, insect anciently quoted, this use we have an example of the images of Of the Ancients of Vincenzo Cartari: "... Of the Scaravagio is read by Eusebius, that those of Egypt made a great account of it, and they revered it very much, believing it to be the true, and living image of the sun, because the Scaravagi all, as Elianus writes, and relates to Anco Suida, are males, and have no femine Between them. The waves were commanded here by the hmen of war, who brought them into the hands of the continuous carved in the rings, to show that these had to have a very manly mind, and not an effeminate point. ...".

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


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