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SPARTA | SPARTA' | SPARTANO

Sparta has a stump in the Trapanese, in particular, in Marsala, Spartà, much more widespread, it has strains in the Catania in Randazzo, Catania, Acireale and Paternò, in the Messinese, in Messina, Santa Domenica Vittoria and San Piero Patti, and in Niscemi in Nisseno, Spartano has a strain to Grottaglie in the Tarentino, a small strain in Mesoraca in Crotonese and one in Caltanissetta, Catania and Mazara del Vallo in Trapani, should derive in some cases from the name Spartà of Messina, or from the Greek city of Sparta, but generally should Derive from the Greek word spartàs (Underwood of Broom), or even from derivatives of the verb always Greek spèrno (SOW). Coat of arms suggested by Francesco Spartà

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


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