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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Schiano


SCHIANO | SCHISANI | SCHISANO | SCLANO

Schiano has a nucleus in the island of Elba and one in Naples, Schisani, absolutely rare, it would also be Neapolitan, Schisano, quite uncommon, is specific to the Neapolitan, Sclano, very rare, is typical of the island of Elba, all these surnames should Derive from the apheretic forms of an ethnic one that regards the founder originating from the island of Ischia. We find historical traces of these surnames in the Avellinese in 1400 with a certain fat Masullo, said Sclano quoted in an act of sale, in 1632 are listed as readers of Law in Caltagirone (CT) The Doctors Francesco and Michele Schisano and, in 1700, we find the Martyrs Ultrasixty-year-old of the Neapolitan Republic Onofrio and Salvatore Schiano di Procida, executed in 1799 by the Bourbon troops. Additions provided by Raffaello Sclano migrate from Spain to Sicily in 1200, then marquises of the Caves (in Grottola (MT)), Lords of Procida (NA) for four centuries: This House includes bishops, Pievans and generals.

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


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