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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Scarpellini


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Very rare shoe is from Brescia, Scarpelli in addition to the main nucleus in Tuscany, seems to have a strain in the South Milanese and Cremonese, in the Bari and one in the Cosentino, Scarpellini has a stump bergamasco, a forlivese and a Pisano, typical southern Scarpello, It could have in addition to the main strain in Sicily, even one in Calabria and one in Puglia, could derive from dialect nicknames originated from the craft of Stonemasin, as we see for example in 1400 in Bergamo with Giovanni known as Scarpelli de Leveratis, of Gromo (BG) quoted in a deed written in Gromo on March 17, 1467, use perhaps already present in the 1100 when in one act, taken from the diplomatic code of the medieval Lombardy, written in Cavenago in 1154 it reads: "... Of the gratia Laudensem episcopum, present Nuvelo, Clerico Laudensis Ecclesie, and priest Alberto de Cavenago et Scarpello and Lanfranco de Trexeno vicedomno et consentientibus ei,... ".

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


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