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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Sciarretta


SCIARRA | SCIARRETTA

Sciarra is typical of the center of Italy and Puglia, Sciarretta is also typical of Lazio, Abruzzo, Molise, Casertano, Beneventano and Napoletano, should derive directly or through Hypochoristic from a nickname originated from the word Sciarra (lite), Certainly attributed to a very quarring character of the ancestor, nickname as that of the Ghibelline Prince Romano Giacomo Colonna called Sciarra (+ 1329), who on 7 September 1303 kidnapped and slapped the pontiff in Anagni the Pope Boniface VIII °: "... Tandem a suis propriis Concivibus Anagniae patria his/captus consignatusque in Manus Charrae Columnae Inimici on the Mortalis/Romamque redux post Captivitatem/in Castro Sancti Angels Fatis cessit.... ", we find traces of these cognitive- Urbisaglia (MC), at the beginning of 1300, with Sciarra Magistri Pertempi of Sarnano, also in 1300 in Lazio in Cave (RM), with the notary Nicola Sciarra, in 1600 Nell'aquilano raging the brigand Marco Sciarra.

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


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Nobility: Cavalieri
Language of the text: Italiano

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